At Strat HQ, we consider ourselves experts at sniffing out things that look a lot more expensive than they are. Cheap, shiny metals like brass will do it; the lowest-ticket items from the priciest brands will, too. So in the spirit of one of our favorite posts on cheap but expensive-looking home décor, we went in search of the best expensive-looking gifts on Jet. Here, a teaser of what we found (a morsel, if you will), but for the whole enchilada of 40-plus gifts, head over to Jet to see all of our picks.
A starter Sonicare electric toothbrush that’s not as fancy as the others, but costs far, far less (as in under $40) for a limited time.
Perfect for someone who hosts dinner parties on the regular, the cherry-wood salad bowl comes with its own tossing (and serving) hands.
Keep your butter spreadable the way the French do — fill the interior of the lid with butter, add a smidge of water to the base, and leave it out at room temperature.
Compared to a wooden cheese board, this marble one will be way easier to clean — the matching knife gives it that extra bit of zhuzh.
This shiny kettle with its handsome gooseneck spout looks like a million bucks; considering you can buy one like Elizabeth Graves’s for $300, it’s a steal for the pour-over coffee or tea drinker in your life.
Milky glass is hugely on trend right now (chef Vivian Howard is dying to get some jadeite green glass bowls for the holidays), and this bowl gives you the look for about the price of a movie.
We’ve lovingly written about this trademarked Nap™ Robe before, but just to jog your memory, here’s what writer David Schwartz had to say: “Go ahead and gift someone it, because when you need a hug or when your roommate didn’t pay the gas bill, the Nap™ Robe is there. Just step inside and wrap yourself up, and, suddenly, life is a little easier. Blissful, even.”
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