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Find Something Pittsburgh-Themed for Everyone on Your List

Pittsburgh’s makers scene has boomed over the past few years, adding a number of vendors to an already impressive list of those who make or sell black and gold merchandise. Here you'll find everything from plates and tea towels to ornaments — and even a candle that smells like home.




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Heinz Pickle Tin Sign - $15.95 from the Heinz History Center
 

Cathedral of Learning earrings - $38 from Audra Azory
 


 

Pittsburgh City of Bridges Diptych Art Print Set - $45 from Strawberryluna


 

Pittsburgh Landmarks Flour Sack Tea Towel - $22 from Workerbird


 

“Pittsburgh Made” 10 X 20 Prints - $40 from Schiavone Studios

  
 

Yinzer Holiday cards- $4.99 each from Yinzer Cards


 

Pittsburgh Candle - $29.95 from Homesick


 

Cinnamon Whiskey - $29 from Wigle Whiskey


 

Carnegie’s Maid, a novel by Pittsburgh author Marie Benedict - $17.67 from various outlets


 

A pair of high-quality hiking socks (in Pittsburgh colors) that give back - $18 from Bombas. For every pair of socks purchased, Bombas donates a pair to a homeless shelter.

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