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In need of some retail therapy? Why not elevate your buying binge with some of these artistic outlets? They offer all manner of cultured curio for the creative in your life.

Pali Pancha
Candlestick Holder
$130

Pah Homestead exclusively stocks the work of Aotearoa artists, including these vibrant ceramic candlestick holders from Pali Pancha.

Pah Homestead
72 Hillsborough Rd, Auckland
wallaceartstrust.org.nz

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Kanohi and Harikoa rings 
$390-$450

Kanohi and Harikoa rings by Whanganui jeweller extraordinaire Frances Stachl (Ngāpuhi). These pieces always bring joy.

Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui
38 Taupo Quay, Whanganui
shop.sarjeant.org.nz

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Fulvio Bowl
$74

Matt Hall is passionate about making utilitarian objects inspired by mid-century design. Technically focused, Hall creates glass objects that play with colour and light.

Kina NZ Design + Artspace
101 Devon Street West,
New Plymouth
kina.co.nz

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Ravenscar House:
A Biography

$59.99

Sally Blundell's story of Jim and Susan Wakefield, their wonderful art collection and their generous gift to Christchurch.

Ravenscar House Museum
52 Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch
ravenscarhouse.com

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Glow box
$50

The Glow goodie box features a limited edition hand-crafted Wundaire candle holder, two colourful candles and an issue of Capital Mag.

Minerva
237 Cuba St, Wellington
capitalmag.co.nz/shop

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Brett Graham:
Tai Moana Tai

$65

Even if you missed this powerful exhibition and its rich stories, this lush publication is a bookshelf must-have for anyone interested in our nation’s past.

Govett-Brewster Shop
42 Queen St, New Plymouth
govettbrewster.com/shop

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