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Stumped by what to get for the hostess who lacks nothing? Upper East Side boutique Adrien Linford might have what you're looking for. Stocked with a wealth of exceptional high-end wares, many with an Asian pedigree or aesthetic, the small shop carries a tremendous breadth of items—jewelry, picture frames, stationery, furniture, accessories, and books on decorating, food and travel. The collection of tabletop items provides everything you'd need to create an intriguing place setting (minus the plates); there are chargers, placements, napkins, napkin rings, and other assorted odds and ends. You can coordinate items or mix and match for a more ad hoc look. Sourcing the wares from myriad independent manufacturers, most of whom are working in unique idioms, Adrien Linford carries the beaded and inlaid tabletop accoutrement of Kim Seybert; the neo-Faberge bejeweled boxes and picture frames of Jay Strongwater; lacquered furniture from Pacific Connections; Maria Yee's Asian-sourced small furniture and accessories; jewelry from Alexis Bittar and Wasabi; and lighting from Gary Magakis and Guy Corrie. Stock changes weekly.