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For the genuine article

Alabaster and brass (with antique silver finish) wall sconce, $599. At Lamp Warehouse, 1073 39th St. at Fort Hamilton Parkway in Borough Park, (718) 436-2207.

For the stylish scribbler

Antioch jacket journal, $13.95. At Court Street Office Supplies, 44 Court St. at Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 625-5771.

For the winter sportsman

Paris Champion Fastback wooden sled, $99. At Sid’s Hardware and Home Center, 345 Jay St. at Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn, (718) 875-2259.

For the at-home barista

Zassenhouse coffee mill, $59.99. At American Housewares, 85 Court St. at Hoyt Street in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 243-0844.

For the Lego fanatic

Global Views candleholder sprockets, $20 each. At Rico, 384 Atlantic Ave. at Bond Street in Boerum Hill, (718) 797-2077, www.shoprico.com.

For the urban equestrian

Wrangler denim Christmas stocking, $15. At Debbie’s Reins and Things, 322 Douglass St. at Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, (718) 797-5288.

For the young

Singing bear with eight pieces of milk chocolate Hanukkah gelt, $30. At JoMart Chocolates, 2917 Ave. R at Nostrand Avenue in Marine Park, (718) 375-1277, www.jomartchocolates.com.

For the serious chef

Kikuichi Tsuchine seven-inch all-purpose knife, $204. At The Brooklyn Kitchen, 616 Lorimer St. at Skillman Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 389-2982, www.thebrooklynkitchen.com.

For the pet-deprived

Greenpiece moss-on-frame dog topiary, $170. At Dig, 479 Atlantic Ave. at Nevins Street in Boerum Hill, (718) 554-0207, www.gardendig.com.

For stylish storage

Baijab hand-blown glass vase, $160. At Jewels by Satnick, 187 State St. at Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn, (718) 852-1421.

For the chocoholic

Jacques Torres Chocolate Pure Bliss fudge brownie mix from King Arthur Flour, $12.95. At Jacques Torres Chocolate, 66 Water St. at Main Street in DUMBO, (718) 875-9772.

Floor ’em

Shaw “Impressions” orbit pattern olefin rug, 5-feet, 5-inches by 7-feet, 8-inches, $380. Available in a variety of sizes and prices. At Boro Rug & Carpet, 1141 37th St. at Fort Hamilton Parkway in Borough Park, (718) 853-3600, www.bororug.com.

For the fitness buff

Gift certificates available in any denomination. At Harbor Fitness, 191 15th St. between Fourth and Fifth avenues in Park Slope, (718) 965-6200, and 9215 Fourth Ave. between 92nd and 93rd streets in Bay Ridge, (718) 238-9400, www.harborfitness.com.

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