From The Huntington Shop in San Marino, CA:
A cheerful tea-brewing system decorated with cherry blossoms. It's a double-walled tumbler with a stainless steel tea influser that takes loose tea - and with a ceramic lid. The double wall helps keep the tea hot.
A collapsible vase (hard to figure out exactly how it would work) -- that can be folded flat and stored away when not in use. It's made from layers of polymers that give it a strong, flexible form that's glossy and transparent -- and it will not chip, break, or fade. Comes in various sizes and colors. A truly unusual gift.
From the Winterthur museum & gardens:
For the ecologically minded, planters constructed of reclaimed wood. They also have quite a distinctive look to them, and would be the perfect thing on the right deck or patio. Comes in two sizes, 12 and 14 inch diameters.