Christmas Shopping in Savannah Offers Gifts for Everyone on Your List



Shopping is always fun in Savannah, but especially during the Yuletide season, the "giving spirit" is alive and well throughout the city’s many shops, boutiques and gourmet markets.

For a unique selection of gifts, ShopSCAD offers specially crafted items by Savannah College of Art and Design students, alumni, faculty and staff. You'll find distinctive items such as one-of-a-kind cutting boards made from fallen timber, to stunning handcrafted jewelry, art work, accessories and more.

If you're looking for soft handbags and leather goods for someone on your list, be sure to visit Satchel. Along with being able to purchase the bags and accessories you see there, you can design your own.

Jewelry is always a hit for Christmas and some of the best–and most reasonably priced–pieces can be found at ZIA Boutique, a Broughton Street store offering unique handmade jewelry in a worldly ambiance.

The "health buffs" on your list will appreciate anything you give them from Verdant Kitchen - especially their Ginger Pecans. This self-styled "gourmet and wellness" company focuses on food and snacks made with ginger and turmeric.

For the children on your list, a visit to Punch & Judy offers everything to designer diaper bags to plush stuffed animals and cute clothing.

Savannah-made treats make great gifts for family, friends and colleagues. Pick up delectable cookies at Byrd’s Famous Cookies @ City Market and local honey at Broughton Street shop the Savannah Bee Company.

 


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Nourish
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Operating as a "green company" since the 1990's Nourish has been providing environmentally-friendly, non-toxic, and biodegradable products since Deb Graybeal began making soap in her kitchen. Today, three retails stores and an online business...  Read More


Punch & Judy
Photo courtesy of Amy Pine


Since 1946, this family-owned baby and children's store has been a Savannah mainstay for nursery décor dressing newborns and little ones in name-brand fashions. In addition to carrying a wide selection of high end baby furniture and strollers,...  Read More




What could be sweeter for everyone on your list than a honey-related gift from the Savannah Bee Company? Founded in 2000 by Georgia native and beekeeper Ted Denard whose passion for honey set him on this path, the Savannah Bee Company has become...  Read More


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It's Christmas year round at The Christmas Shop, a beautifully staged store tucked into one of the Historic District's most ornate buildings. Unusual seasonable ornaments, collectibles, jewelry and other appealing holiday décor are a draw....  Read More


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What could be sweeter than a gift of delicious chocolate made by Savannah's only artisan chocolatier? What started in his grandmother's kitchen as an eight-year-old boy, kicked off Adam Turoni's award-winning success. A graduate of the Culinary...  Read More


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Satchel
Photo courtesy of Satchel


Tucked into a former comic book store, a small boutique in the Historic District is home to Satchel, provider of fine leather goods specially crafted on the premises by three designers. Founder Elizabeth Seeger opened Satchel in 2006, armed...  Read More


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ZIA Boutique has been wowing shoppers with its reasonably priced handmade jewelry and accessories since Zia Sachedina open his boutique in 2005. The Kenyan-born former model of Japanese-American and East Indian descent crafts much of the exotic...  Read More




When Ben T. Byrd, Sr. began baking small batches of cookies from his bakery in Savannah, Georgia, in 1924, little did he know that he'd be kicking off a cookie dynasty. He packed his cookies in wooden crates and personally delivered them to...  Read More


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The Savannah College of Art and Design retail store showcases the talents of local artists and designers and is a "must see" when shopping in Downtown Savannah. You'll find unique jewelry, home décor, paintings, pottery, photography, apparel...  Read More


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Set in a charming 18th century cottage - listed on the National Register of Historic Places - this enchanting gift shop was founded in 1946 as a ladies' handkerchief shop. Now considered Savannah's premier gift boutique, it offers something for...  Read More


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