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Faire Marketplace curates six Bay Area makers for holiday gifts

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As you're building holiday gift lists, look no further than Valencia or Hayes streets to delight everyone on your list.

San Francisco-based Faire, a curated marketplace for local retailers and independent brands, commissioned a survey conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 2,000 U.S. adults to find out what will be on everyone's wish lists this year. This holiday season nearly 200 million Americans (61%) are planning to shop for many of their gifts at local retailers.


Use this gift guide to discover local favorites to delight everyone on your list this year—we've even included a special something for those in the Bay Area who may be missing their hometowns this time of year.

Etta + Billie

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Etta + Billie was founded by Alana Rivera in 2009 in her San Francisco kitchen. Their products are still blended and shipped from the brand's SF studio. As a Certified Green Business, Etta + Billie maintains strict sustainability standards in all areas of their business to make this a truly eco-friendly gift option. // @ettaandbillie

​Crow Canyon Home

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Crow Canyon Home has been supplying top quality enamelware to those seeking the perfect balance between timeless good looks and enduring practicality since 1977. They offer the largest selection of enamelware in the United States. This small, family-owned business located in San Francisco was the originator of the splatter design in enamelware—perfect for all home chefs. // @crowcanyonhome

Fellow

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Fellow was started with the goal of bringing product ideas from a sketchbook to the kitchen table. The line of sleek and design-focused coffee accessories is perfect for any meticulous coffee or tea lovers on your list. // @fellowproducts

K+M Extra Virgin Chocolate

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Celebrated Napa chef Thomas Keller has established an unparalleled reputation from the Michelin Guide and among those who've visited his restaurants. In Tuscany, Armando Manni has forged a similar reputation for quality by producing super-antioxidant-charged extra-virgin olive oil. Together, the two have crafted chocolate unlike any other. They've collaborated with the University of Florence to develop a new methodology to preserve the naturally occurring antioxidants in the cocoa beans, for a complex chocolate that draws the full potential out of every bean. // @kellermannichocolate

Julia Canright

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San Francisco–born Julia Canright is a bag maker and block printer. She makes bold, block printed and painted canvas bags by hand in the Bay Area. She's committed to quality and craftsmanship with unique designs inspired by traditional Indian, Japanese, and West African block printed textiles, as well as modern and expressionist art. Her designs express a return to old-world craftsmanship with a fresh, modern aesthetic. // @juliacanright

Homesick Candles

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Homesick's hand-poured candles began as a hobby in 2016. To this day, each candle is created by hand, one by one. Using input from locals, Homesick Candles has crafted scents that embody those places and bring them home. This is a perfect gift for anyone new to the Bay Area to help them feel more comfortable in their new home away from home. // @homesick

// faire.com

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