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November 26, 2009 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-11-26

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GUiDE 09

Where The Heart Is

Give a gift that will make them happy to stay home this winter.

Lynne Konstantin I Special to the Jewish News

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Top left: Artisan Emily Rosenfeld handcrafted her menorah ($174) from spatted maple and pewter. From Chasing Fireflies (888-700-WISH;
chasing-fireflies.com ). Bottom left: Known as the "soap bar that lasts forever" (meaning no cracking or splitting) because it has been milled
seven times, Claus Portois Favorito bath soap in red poppy ($16) is 100 percent natural and vegetable based. From Blue Mercury, the Somerset

Collection, Troy (248-649-9400; bluemercury.com ). Above: This kids' eco-friendly nesting play table and stools by Ecotots looks too cool to hide
in the playroom. Cocoa Project Table ($225) and Stools ($125 for set of 2), from Land of Nod (800-933-9904; landofnod.com ).

Where The Heart Is on page GG32


November 26 2009


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