Billykirk No. 92 Cash/Card Case, $85.00
the first post we’ve done on Billykirk. A while back, we wrote about the No. 165 Carryall from the highly respected leather company that was started in ’99 by two brothers. This time it’s their No. 92 Card/Cash Case that’s getting a write-up. With the great craftsmanship and a reasonable pricepoint, it’s no surprise this customizable (they’ll emboss up to three letters in between the snaps) case is one of their most popular items. It’s made with the front pocket in mind from waxed cording, German Prym snaps and nickel hardware with slots on both the interior. Simple, rugged and made in the USA… how you like that?
Felt Flower Ponytail Holder
Missy Petunia was started by a mom in Virginia who was looking for alternatives to the traditional bow for her girls. After some trial and error, a line of very sweet clips, barrettes and ponytail holders was created. The assortment has grown since the company launched and now Missy Petunia sells everything from felt clips with initials or shapes, to onesies and mobiles. Are items are customizable, offered in a ton of colors and made to order. Great gifts, I should know – my nieces and nephew are rocking pieces from the line!
Customizable Brass Lighter
what gift to give to your guy? The Brass Lighter from In God We Trust can be hand stamped with custom characters of your choice. A cool keepsake that you can find online at Refinery29, or at one of the four In God We Trust Stores located in NY.
Santo by Zani 9mm Pendant, $425
one of these pendants and was totally disappointed when I came home after wearing it one afternoon to find the bullet had somehow unscrewed itself. Nonetheless, I still need to do a post on it because in my opinion, they’re pretty great. So, the special order line is called Santo by Zani, it was started by Zani in 2008. The pendants are made from cast iron bullets and range in price depending on the metal, type of stone and style you pick. The top of each bullet unscrews and inside is a scroll to write a wish, goal or whatever else – just be sure it’s screwed on tight.. real tight.
Photo: Santo by Zani