Three of the top-selling Christmas items of 2015 are dog boots, Italian coffee grinders and soapstone pots, according to The New York Post. These items are particularly popular in the New York City area.Continue Reading
The MoMa Store sells the Italian manual coffee grinder for $275, as of December 2015. When it first hit store shelves, the grinder sold out within weeks. It originated in Northern Italy in the 1900s and is still produced there today.
Canada Pooch sells Pooch Wellies for about $18. These are waterproof boots meant to protect dogs' paws from salt-covered streets during winter. Canada Pooch offers these boots in a variety of sizes and colors, and they are very easy to clean between uses. They are protective, yet thin and light enough to allow the dog to walk comfortably.
Whisk, a kitchenware and tabletop company, sells soapstone pots that have increased in popularity in recent years, according to The New York Post. Brazil has produced this type of pot for over 400 years, but the U.S. only recently imported it. The pot is handmade, with copper handles and decorations. It is made of talc and magnesite, which allows it to retain heat longer than ordinary cookware.Learn more about Christmas