Put a Turkey on It

1. Birds of the Same Feather Coasters
Spice up your living space with these kitschy-cool coasters created by Little Odd Forest. Made of cotton twill and denim, the coasters are durable and washable. Available in several colors. $11 (1 pair); www.forestprints.com

2. Bluebird Corkscrew
Part of the Animalhouse Collection from Boston Warehouse, this whimsical corkscrew will help you open your next flight with ease. It has a tough, rust -roof metal mechanism that opens wine bottles with precision and panache. Dishwasher safe. Measures 8 inches tall. $14.99; www.perpetualkid.com

3. Winestone Birdhouse
Artist Layla Coats, based in Vancouver, Wash., handpicks all the elements — ocean-polished agates from Gold Beach, textured lava rocks from Central Oregon, mossy wood perches from local wetlands, corks from much-enjoyed bottles of wine — for her one-of-a-kind mosaic birdhouses. The base is dark walnut, and the entire house is sealed and waterproof. $35 to $145 (each piece varies in size and structure); www.etsy.com/shop/WinestoneBirdhouses

4. Owl Wine Bottle Cork Cage
See who’s hoo with True Fabrications’ owl-inspired Wine Bottle Cork Cage. Made of brushed metal, the cage will hold 115 corks, almost 10 cases of wine. It’s a fun accent piece and conversation starter with its whimsical bobble head. $44; Found Objects, 512 N.E. Third Street, McMinnville, www.foundobjectsoregon.com

5. Wine Chicken Cooker
Take chicken from so-so to sensationally juicy, flavorful and tender. The central seasoning well — filled with wine, beer, lemon juice, etc. — steams the bird from inside out. It can cook poultry up to six pounds. Handcrafted stoneware with glazed two-tone finish, molded handles and pouring spout. $29.95; www.wineenthusiast.com 

6. Tiny Bird Wine Charms
Celebrate the lovebird in your life with these handmade wine charms. Vumbaca White Studio, based in San Francisco, crafts each piece out of clay and then fires it into a classy, glassy charm. Larger orders welcome. Allow two weeks for personalization. $18 (2 personalized charms); www.etsy.com/shop/VumbacaWhite

 7. Bird Claw Bottle Stopper
Stop birds from swooping down and flying away with your unfinished bottle of wine with the imaginative Bird Claw Bottle Stopper designed by Scott Amron with Amron Experimental, based Westbury, New York. He says the chicken foot aesthetic is for added luck. Made of cast metal with a rubber stopper. $35; www.amronexperimental.com

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