Novica's hand-crafted items from around the world are the odds-on favorite for finding perfect Fathers Day gifts without spending a fortune.
Of course, if you happen to have a fortune to spare, what Dad wouldn't appreciate that Porsche he's longed for, a trip around the world, or Super Bowl tickets?
If you can't afford to give your father a South Seas island vacation, let him daydream about it in a hand-crafted hammock with a tall glass of his favorite beverage in his hand.
You can buy hammocks and swings in a dazzling array of styles and colors.
Novica’s artisans from around the world use ancient crafts and update them to create 21st-century art.
These gifts add a bit of the tropics to any back yard.
Toss in some margarita glasses or a beer pitcher along with that fabulous hammock to complete the ambiance of dad’s retreat.
Handblown and etched glassware at Novica are crafted by local artisans and help preserve cultural heritage. You may find:
Glass pitchers, glass coasters, glass cigar ashtrays, and a glass mask are other unique items if your father favors glass collectibles.
Novica is a green company that partners with National Geographic and supports the Global Compact, a UN initiative to honor human rights in business relationships.
Men’s jewelry is another top choice for perfect Fathers Day gifts.
A leather wristband is manly and affordable. For something more upscale, try a silver wristband.
A ring with a semi-previous stone and an unusual motif, such as a dragon, may suit some dads
Select from over 900 masks to find one that perfectly expresses the sentiment you want to convey -- knowledge, peace, kind neighbor, good heart and dozen of others.
Masks span styles from brightly colored Carnival, coconut faces appropriate for Tiki bar decor, to masks worn for ceremonial and ritual purposes.
A few suggestions for perfect Fathers Day gifts, whether your dad's retreat is an outdoor Tiki bar or a den filled with books and memorabilia:
Research shows that men bond and show they care by doing things. You may prefer to schedule a day at a ball game, museum, out fishing, or a one-day gambling cruise depending on what your father likes and the amenities where you live.
In the long run, a thoughtful present, even the gift of your time, means more than an expensive one that has little or nothing to do with what your father likes.