15 fun and whimsical gifts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art - that should still arrive in time for Christmas
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But thank goodness, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is, as always, at your service and to the rescue. And, until 4 p.m. EST on December 20th, The Met is offering an upgrade to two-business-day shipping for just $1, guaranteeing (as best they can) that Kris Kringle has just enough time to shoot down the chimney and slide these gifts under the tree. If you're anything like me, that should come as a tremendous relief.
We've rounded up gifts for all age groups, tastes, and interests, so rest easy, my Philistine (and otherwise lost) friends, we (and The Met) are here for you.
Below, you'll find 15 of the best gifts you can buy from The Metropolitan Museum of Art.Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks' holiday gift guides for 2018 here.
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A unicorn ornament from The Unicorn Tapestries
A coffee table book of David Hockney's delightful worksAdvertisement
A tea-infusing mug littered with Steinlen cats
An action figure of their favorite artistAdvertisement
A playable art helicone
A Paul Klee-themed marble pencil setAdvertisement
An ornate, Peter Carl Fabergé-inspired magnifier pendant
A coffee table collection of masterpiece paintings from the MetAdvertisement
A Piet Mondrian composition watch
A Native American art bookAdvertisement
A rollable, rainbow-themed piano
A fringed scarf in William Morris' Marigold designAdvertisement
Louis C. Tiffany favrile glass magnets
A tea pot adorned with Vincent Van Gogh's 'Irises'Advertisement
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