A gift for a man who has everything!

October 28, 2015

Customers that come into our shop are sometimes looking for unique gifts that they have never seen before or in some cases attempting to find something for the man who has everything. We've got you covered!  Interesting enough we have had tremendous luck with statement trays by a company called Mariposa.  The Mariposa statement tray measures 6.75" x 3.75" and is made completely from recycled aluminum.  It will never tarnish!  But what do you do with this tray?  From a man's perspective, I have one of my own, it is a token.  A small gift of affection that makes a big impact.  It can be a reminder of family, colleagues, events or milestones that stir the heart.  A reflection of those we are fond of and thankful that they were a part of our lives as well as a message that fits our personality.  The tray can be placed on a table as your enter the house, or can sit on your bureau where you can put your cufflinks, money clip, watch and keys when turning in after a long day.  All in all, the statement tray is tasteful, simple, understated, thoughtful, gorgeous yet "manly".   Yes, "Manly!"  Mariposa has some really good trays already put together, and you can certainly customize or have one monogramed as you desire.  Our recent favorite at Elizabeth Richard is "Work Hard.  Play Harder".  It's definitely a life statement for those "tough to shop for men" in our lives.  For more info on Mariposa statement trays you can search here or reach out to me at Elizabeth Richard - arthur@shopERG.com





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