NEW YORK (AP) — Ruth Bader Ginsburg is gone but far from forgotten.
With the death of the Supreme Court justice on Sept. 18 came an outpouring of gift prospects in her honor. Ahead of the holidays, Ginsburg is absolutely everywhere. Head to Etsy.com and Amazon for unique items if you’re looking to gift an admirer, but sellers elsewhere are also stretching their brains to come up with all things RBG.
A few gifts for consideration:
MASKS: The folks at Refined Raccoon Textiles are selling masks and donating 10% of each purchase to the American Cancer Society in Ginsburg’s honor. The mask features a repeating design of RBG’s head against a black background. It’s 100% cotton, two layers and costs $30 on the company’s website, Therefinedraccoontextiles.com. The Etsy shop NativeAmericanShirt has one for $11.98 with the late justice’s face and the message: “Fight for the Things You Care About.” $11.98. Check out all RBG face masks at Amazon by clicking here.
MUGS: Ever gifty, there are enough RBG mugs out there to hold a tanker full of coffee or tea. The Etsy shop PettyBettyCo has one in black and white ceramic with Ginsburg in silhouette and the words: “Speak Your Mind Even if Your Voice Shakes.” It’s printed on both sides for lefties and righties. $14.99. Check out all RBG mugs at Amazon by clicking here.
ORNAMENTS: Looking for a tree bauble? The store at the New York Historical Society Museum & Library has Ginsburg, who was a New York native, in robe and her signature jewelry. The 6.5-inch-high ornament is handmade by disadvantaged rural women in Thailand and hangs from a gold cord. It’s an exclusive for the society. $14.95. Check out all RBG ornaments at Amazon by clicking here.
FOR KIDS: Creator Lizzy Russinko is selling a onesie with a unique, minimalist design. It’s a line drawing of a crown and the initials “rbg” in lowercase lettering. She’s donating 20% of proceeds from the onesie and all items in her RBG collection to the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project. The onesie is $19 at her website, Lizzyrussinko.shop. Books for the young include “I Dissent: Ruth Bader