This holiday season, we’re rounding up unique gift ideas for states across the country, featuring businesses owned by farmers, artisans, crafters and creatives. Here’s our selection of gift ideas highlighting Made in Oklahoma gifts, from the only Native American chocolatiers to elderberry-infused skin products, awarding-winning artisan cheese, and Hawaiian-inspired jewelry crafted from eucalyptus trees and locally sourced wood. Find more at madeinoklahoma.net.  

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MOKU

MOKU blends Hawaiian and Native American influences to create a unique line of wearable artwork. Craftsman Jimmy Gramblin and his wife moved from Oklahoma to Maui and survived a terrible tropical storm that devastated thousands of eucalyptus trees. When the Gramblins moved back to Oklahoma, they brought the wood with them and continue to craft unique pieces in Sand Springs. Peruse MOKU’s Etsy shop, Facebook page or website for unique jewelry including leather cuffs, wood earrings, tie pins, cufflinks, sunglasses, wood wallets, bottle openers and more.  

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