Holiday Gifts for Janeites

Posted November 29, 2016 by Whitney in Top Ten Tuesday / 5 Comments


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  1. No Janeite should be without a copy of the 1995 adaptation Colin Firth and Jennifer Elle are my favorite Darcy/Elizabeth pairing and is a must for any collection
  2. If you’d  like to be a bit more obvious with your devotion an Austen Fan Necklace is sure to do the trick
  3. Barnes & Noble has beautiful bound editions to classic novels Including six Austen novels (and one novella) in a single volume.
  4. Why not protect your iphone with a protective case that lists all six novels that intersect with the author’s name.
  5. Out of Print is a wonderful site for merchandise  inspired by classics.  I actually have several of their t-shirts but wouldn’t this P&P bag be great to carry all your books from the library?
  6. Lithograph is another fantastic website that sells prints of beloved novels.  Although, the illustrations are made of lines from their book.  The one pictured here is Sense and Sensibility
  7. I love having a cup of tea when I curl up with a good book.  This mug has a wonderful mantra “Keep Calm and Read Jane Austen”.
  8. Why not put something in your Jane Austen mug. How about a Pride and Prejudice Anniversary Notions Sampler
  9. For the hardcore Janeite a replica of Jane Austen’s turquoise ring can be found on Etsy
  10. Part of the beauty of Jane Austen’s novels lies within the town and manors depicted in the stories.  A pillow for your bed listing these locations is the perfect addition to any bed.

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5 responses to “Holiday Gifts for Janeites

  1. This is a good list. I especially like the iPhone case and the bag. The bag is a lovely blue! I like the idea of the sampler as well.

  2. I love the BN bind-up edition, it’s so gorgeous! And the Lithographs site tempts me all the time, but I have yet to purchase anything.. I do know these would make awesome gifts for certain people, though. 🙂 Great list!

  3. I do love those Barnes & Noble editions, even though I haven’t read P & P it would be nice to have that edition with 7 books. And I’ve never seen the ’95 version although I did see the ’05 one, but I can imagine Colin Firth as a great Darcy (I don’t know Jennifer Elle).

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