Vermont Essential Buyer's Guide Offers Quality Handmade Wooden Gifts for the Holidays

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New online Vermont Essential Buyer's Guide offers hundreds of quality, handcrafted, Vermont-made wooden gift ideas for the holiday. From fine furniture to home accents to toys and games, the Essential Buyer's Guide features work from over 100 Vermont wood artisans.

For more than two centuries, Vermont wood artisans have built a tradition of craftsmanship and fine furnishings. Now, for the holiday season, that history and heritage have married with technology to make Vermont wood products available online via the Essential Buyer's Guide at With hundreds of items, ranging from wooden toys and jewelry boxes to beautifully hand crafted furniture, the Essential Buyer's Guide offers unique and thoughtful holiday gift options.

"Vermont is known for its heritage of producing high quality products -- be that furniture or cheese," said Rich Stammer, President and CEO of Cabot Cheese. "The farm families who own Cabot and the wood artisans of Vermont have come together to present consumers with the best that Vermont has to offer this holiday season."

Over 100 wood artisans spanning the state are showcased on the Essential Buyer's Guide website. Well-known furniture makers such as Copeland Furniture, Charles Shackleton Furniture and Cotswold Furniture are featured alongside boutique artisans such as X-Man Puzzles, makers of hand cut wooden jig saw puzzles, and Tardie Woodworking, a small shop that produces beautiful bowls, vases and artistic turnings as suitable for display as they are for the dining table.

"The scope of talent among Vermont's wood artisan community is what makes the Essential Buyer's Guide meaningful," says Stammer. "From furniture and home accents, to high-quality building supplies, to intricate wood carvings, anyone who appreciates fine craftsmanship will find something to love, and the website will put them directly in touch with the artisans."

For more information about the Essential Buyer's Guide, or to shop online, please visit


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