2nd Anniversary Gifts(94 items)
Discover unique 2 year anniversary gifts, handcrafted by talented global artisans! Browse our traditional cotton gifts or explore more modern alternatives.
Featured Reviews on 2nd Anniversary Gifts
Bought it as a Christmas present, pre-wrapped so I didnt see it until my fiance opened it. We were both impressed with the stitching and the quality of the cotton. The wrapping and the worry-doll, wow. how much thought and love goes into everything. Thank you.
I love this tablecloth!
This tablecloth is as durable as it is beautiful. The colors bring soft green and light brown tones to the room, and the macramé on each end of the tablecloth are a really nice touch.
Hammock Artisans of Ceará Cotton hammock
Many of the women have taught their techniques to their daughters and granddaughters, thus ensuring the hammock-making tradition is kept alive.
The people of northeastern Brazil still prefer to sleep in hammocks, whereas... read more
Popular 2nd Anniversary Gifts
Andes Men's Green Cotton Cardigan Sweater, "Villa Nueva"$99.99
The world's best cotton makes a versatile, classic V-neck design cardigan for men. Peruvian artisan Ana Fernandez brings you this simple and sophisticated sweater featuring coconut shell buttons along a moss-stitch chest with fine-knit sleeves and back.
Handcrafted Cotton Beaded Carnelian Bracelet from India, "Transformative Tranquility"
Rituu honors Buddhist meditation practices with the design of this bracelet. Meaning "bliss" in Sanskrit, the Shambhala-style bracelet symbolizes tranquility, peace and happiness – the oneness of all. Rituu expertly knots the cotton bracelet by hand with macramé techniques and crowns it with carnelian, believed to energize, and quartz.
Handcrafted Cotton Striped Rope Hammock from Mexico (Double), "Ocean Waves"$107.99
Navy blue and white create the illusion of soothing frothy waves in the design of this cotton hammock. The design is by Maya Artists of the Yucatan, who use traditional weaving techniques with experienced skill.
Long before the Spanish arrived upon the coasts of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother, due to the comfortable manner in which the body is held and swung within its cradle. Maya Artists of the Yucatan seek to preserve time-honored customs while also offering stylized versions of the original Maya hammock. For them, the hammock is a work of art. Their hammocks are incredibly comfortable, easy to maintain, and may be stored just about anywhere.
Please note: The accompanying extension ropes may vary in color from those shown in the images.
Please note: For best results, store indoors when not in use. Colors may bleed when wet.
NOTE: Because each is woven individually by hand, measurements may vary by as much as ten centimeters. There may be slight color variations from hammock to hammock.