Mother’s Day gifts locally made in New York City

Shop these unique Mother’s Day gifts produced in New York City, and support local artists and designers.

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For Mother’s Day 2013, we tracked down unique gifts for mom that are made right in NYC, including leather clutches from Brooklyn, beauty goods created in the West Village and watches made on the Upper East Side. You’ll find them in NYC stores such as By Brooklyn, the One Well and LIC: Living.

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  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Sara Designs wrap watch, $185, at LIC: Living, 5-35 51st Ave between Vernon Blvd and 5th St, Long Island City, Queens (718-361-5650, licliving.com)

  • MCMC Kept jojoba and coconut oil blend 9-millimeter roller-ball perfume oil, $45, at mcmcfragrances.com

  • MGMY for Sprout Home Island geo planter, $39, at Sprout Home, 44 Grand St between Kent and Wythe Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-388-4440, sprouthome.com)

  • Fleabags Artemis canvas-and-leather satchel, $327 (normally $385), at Cursive at ABC Carpet & Home, 888 Broadway between 18th and 19th Sts (212-473-3000). Mention TONY to receive this discount through May 31.

  • Claudia Pearson Brownstone Brooklyn tea towels, $16 each, at Owl & Thistle General Store, 720 Franklin Ave between Park and Sterling Pls, Crown Heights, Brooklyn (347-469-0432, owlandthistlegeneral.com)

  • Sesame Letterpress Flower, Thistle and Tulip coasters, set of eight for $14, at sesameletterpress.com, or by appointment only at Sesame Letterpress, 55 Washington St between Front and Water Sts, suite 608, Dumbo, Brooklyn (347-768-8177)

  • Soapology Buttercream body lotions, $28 each, at Soapology, 67 Eighth Ave between 13th St and Greenwich Ave (212-255-7627, soapologynyc.com)

  • Studio Joo Pouch porcelain bowls, two for $70, at shop.brooklynmakers.com

  • Between the Sheets Well Played cardigan, $106 (normally $125), at btslingerie.com. Use code “TONY15BTS” at checkout to receive this discount through May 31.

  • Sarah MacFadden double oval sterling-silver earrings, $165, at Still House, 117 E 7th St between First Ave and Ave A (212-539-0200, stillhousenyc.com)

  • Bags in Progress New York suede drawstring bags, $265 each, at French Garment Cleaners, 85 Lafayette Ave between South Elliot Pl and South Portland Ave, Fort Greene, Brooklyn (718-797-0011, frenchgarmentcleaners.com)

  • John Derian Rose Spring plate, $48, at Catbird, 219 Bedford Ave between North 4th and 5th Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-599-3457, catbirdnyc.com)

  • Kismi Bella Mother’s Day gift box set (includes a body butter, two soaps, a body scrub, a lotion, a soy candle, a facial cleanser and a bath bomb), $68, at kismibella.etsy.com

  • Skinny Skinny organic rosemary and mint soaps, $10 each, at Skinny Skinny, 268 Grand St at Roebling St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-388-2201, skinnyskinny.com)

  • Twig Terrariums Grow Old With You terrarium, $125, at uncommongoods.com

  • Amanda Pearl Crystal Spike earrings, $95, at amandapearl.com

  • Sabrina Zeng x The One Well iPad clutch made from salvaged fabric and deadstock leather, $160, at The One Well, 165 Greenpoint Ave between Eckford and Leonard Sts, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (347-889-6792)

  • Photograph: Clay Kessack

    Fleabags + VPL leather clutch, $315, at VPL, 5 Mercer St at Howard St (212-966-2145, vplnyc.com)

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Michelle Han Woodblock-print linen scarf, $48, at By Brooklyn, 261 Smith St between Degraw and Douglass Sts, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-643-0606, bybrooklyn.com)

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Noir Jewelry Barbados pendant necklace, $140, at noirjewelry.com

Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

Sara Designs wrap watch, $185, at LIC: Living, 5-35 51st Ave between Vernon Blvd and 5th St, Long Island City, Queens (718-361-5650, licliving.com)

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I would not recommend this store. I purchased a dress from them this past Sunday. It was not a cheap dress. On Monday, I saw that the seams were disintegrating at three different places. The sales person refused to take it back and could only offer store credit. This is not a solution for selling defective goods.