The 20 best luxury Christmas gifts for men

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From tweed iPad cases to silk dressing robes, we have an absolutely spiffing collection of gifts for the gentleman in your life

 

1. Face coaster

This classy set of coasters is perfect for any art lovers, the portraits have been reproduced on durable lacquer coated board with cork backs.

£15 for set of 6, National Gallery shop

2. Travel backgammon

While away the time on long journeys with this great travel game for two people. The set has dice, doubling cube, dice cups and playing pieces.

£30, Gift Library

3.  Martin Parr limited edition plate

British documentary photographer and photojournalist Martin Parr has designed this fun plate. Through his photography he takes a satirical swipe at modern life and this sentiment certainly comes out through this plate design.

£65, Tate Shop

4.  Budd socks

Keep his toes toasty with one of these snug pair of socks, available in a variety of colours from maroon to light pink, there will be shade for every man.

From £18.50, Budd Shirts

5. Harris Tweed iPad case

Protect your iPad with this stylish cover. It is made from pure wool with a polyester lining and is also available in orange.

£30, Marks and Spencer

6. Jonathan Adler glasses case

Tuck your glasses away in this quirky case with its bold design. It is made of cotton and wool and was handmade in Peru.

£45, Gift Library

7.  Breaking Bad poster

The series might have finished but die-hard fans will love this bold poster designed by Matt Needle which celebrates one of the greatest television shows ever. 

£25, Southbank Centre Shop

8. Derek Rose robe

Made from pure silk, this luxurious striped dressing gown is a must for the gent in your life. It is as stylish as it is practical, with a breast pocket and two side pockets.

£275, Gift Library

9. Wool knit crew jumper

This cable knit jumper is sure to keep you warm this festive season. It is made from lambswool and has a chunky knit that will keep the chills out.

£80, Fat Face

10. Jeeves bowler hat table lamp

This is a quirky piece of homeware is the epitome of British eccentricity and will be sure to turn heads. Just ask Jeeves.

£260, Liberty

11. 1907 map pocket square

Re-live the days of the British Empire with this silk map. Osprey designer Graeme Ellisdon found this piece of cartography in a Victorian school book.

£29, Osprey London

12. Poker case of 350 chips

Who needs a casino when you have this beautiful poker set? The ceramic chips are engraved and presented in a leather case.

£745, Liberty

13. Bric’s Life holdall

For the jet setting man, this leather and viscose holdall is a great buy. It has a five-year guarantee and comes in olive and suede. 

£275, Case Luggage

14. Wooden iPhone case

If you're looking for an iPhone case with a difference then this one is perfect. With a wood grain design, it will make sure you stand out from the crowd.

£25, J Crew

15. Belt

This block colour skinny belt is a great way to accessorize an outfit while the polished black, gold and silver buckle adds to its unique look. 

£69, Paul Smith

16. The Gentleman’s Relish, Patum Peperium

For the foodie, this relish is just the thing. Created in 1828 by John Osborn, Patum Peperium is supposed to be delicious on hot toast.

(71g) £4.50, The Travelling Souk

17.  Louis Vuitton vintage dice game

Get playful this Christmas with a dice game from the designer, it features silver-tone metal cubes with five monogrammed dice.

£495, Farfetch

18. Brooks Brothers cedar shoe care kit

Any man of distinction will want to get his hands on this kit, containing horsehair brushes, creams and a polishing glove it will help him to keep his shoes looking pristine.

£110, Mr Porter

19. Gentle Man book

A great coffee table book, this one has all your man needs to know on becoming an authentic gentleman. There are codes of conduct and an insight into tailoring.

£30, Quintessentially Gifts

20. Daines and Hathaway golf wallet

Get a hole in one for the golfing man with this wallet which contains six golf tees, a pitch mark repairer and ball markets. Made from leather and also available in red and brown. 

£59, Gift Library

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