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Egg separator ($13), at Zeb’s General Store, Main Street.
Soft wool sweaters from Ecuador ($50), at Cool Wear North, Main Street.
Botanical lamp shades featuring flowers, dried grasses and ferns ($50) or Shaker-style cherry end tables ($200-$400), at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Main Street.Lake Placid
Bobsled Red, upstate wine from a Finger Lakes vineyard ($8), at Mirror Lake Liquor Store on Main Street.
High Peaks topographical trail map ($6) or Jenex Rollerskis ($270), at High Peaks Cyclery, Main Street.
Baby-shearling coat for men by Robert Comstack ($2,500), at Ruthie’s Run, Main Street.Manchester
All-cotton baby quilts in floral and geometric patterns ($49 to $55), at Garnet Hill, Route 11/30.
Gray herringbone Johnson (Vt.) Woolen Mill vest ($59), at Heinel’s Clothiers, Main Street.
Venetian mirrors with scroll, rococo and leaf patterns ($250-$900), at N. Keen and Company, Historic Route 7A.Stowe
Children’s tea basket with miniature porcelain cups and saucers ($25), at Stafford’s Country Store, Main Street.
Hand-sewn quilts ($1,000), at Prints & Patches, Main Street.
Vermont Farm Table with tiger-maple top ($1,990), at Vermont Furniture Works, Main Street.