"Not I, nor anyone else can travel that road for you.
You must travel it by yourself.
It is not far. It is within reach.
Perhaps you have been on it since you were born, and did not know.
Perhaps it is everywhere – on water and land."
Poignant and inspirational, this quote from the beloved author is laser engraved onto our custom insert then placed inside the lid for an awesome presentation. The box itself is quite roomy too! It is approximately 7" x 6" and is constructed from wood with a beautiful cherry finish. Perfect for home or office. Makes a wonderful retirement, birthday, anniversary or nautical gift. We like this for a person that travels a lot as well. Free name plate engraving too!
Whether they are graduating or retiring why not send a lasting gift? Something that they will remember forever and can display at home or at the office. Consider our custom compass or our new piano finish keepsake box. Our wood keepsake box also makes a wonderful wedding gift too! And with free engraving you simply can not go wrong. We also have some amazing clock and compass combos (which make a GREAT gift for someone who likes to travel) and our new Galileo Thermometers. Customize them all to suit your needs. These also make wonderful corporate gifts too!
One of our hottest new gifts of 2015. It is our Love Will Find a Way series of creative gift featuring Latitude and Longitude coordinates! Our new customizable Latitude and Longitude Keepsake Coin will certainly become a treasured keepsake. A very unique and sentimental way to let your significant other know you are thinking of them. Perhaps use the location of where you first met, a favorite restaurant or if you are in a long distance relationship you could use the coordinates of where you are or where you would like to be! We love this for anniversaries, weddings, "just because", long distance relationships or to send to deployed military personnel. And for no additional charge you can add additional personalization on the reverse of the coin for no additional charge!We have two different websites you can utilize to get the coordinates you desire. We have no direct affiliation with either so please use these two or any other method to determining your information. All in all a great pocket size token they can keep with them always.
A little background on our famous Galieleo Thermometers and then a little background on the song "Baby it's cold Outside
Developed by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) this striking cherry wood thermometer will bring both character and curiosity to any office or home. It is both educational as well as entertaining and certainly will satisfy even the most discriminating of tastes.
The story behind these unique thermometers is that as he was searching for a way to measure temperatures, and Galileo discovered this fascinating method. He placed several exactly weighted balls in a cylinder filled with a liquid. He found that the balls rose or fell according to the temperature. By this method, Galileo was able to determine the current temperature. The thermometer works on the principle that the density of a liquid changes as temperature varies. Each of the glass balls is exactly weighted by partially filling them with liquid. When the temperature rises, the liquid in the glass cylinder becomes less dense, and the heavier balls sink slowly to the bottom. You read the thermometer by looking at the lowest floating ball, which indicates the current temperature. If all of the balls float to the top, the temperature is below the lowest floating ball. If all the balls sink, the temperature is above the highest ball. Our wood encased version allows for an optional Free brass engraving plate to be done on the base. Overall height is 12.25". The perfect gift! Great for awards, corporate gifts, nautical gift, military gift or any special occasion! Arrives boxed with instructions.
We love this gift for corporate functions, for an executives home or office or for anyone who would like a great unique gift with a creative touch. We offer free personalization on this piece too!
"Baby, It's Cold Outside" is a 1944 song with words and music by Frank Loesser.Although popular during the Christmas and holiday season, it is strictly a romantic winter song such as "Winter Wonderland" or "Marshmallow World".
Nothing says "Class" like our new Wood Captains Clock. It is everything he or she would want in an elegant timepiece for either home or office. We love the see through "Windowed Lid." A beautiful touch.
We offer free engraving on this item. The personalization is on a brass name plate that will be affixed to the front of the wood case.
This is a perfect gift for an executive, military personnel, nautical aficionado or just someone who likes the finer things in life. Definitely an "Instant Heirloom" and will satisfy those with even the most discriminating of tastes.
Materials: Wood - Brass and Glass
An AMAZING choice of compass gifts for a sentimental gift, corporate gift, military gift, nautical gifts or employee gift.
Clock and Compass gifts are also great for people who love to travel or your favorite travel agent!. Enjoy our compass gifts at home or office. Great for a corporate gift, for someone who likes to travel or an anniversary gift. Custom work available for large corporate orders. Engraving for all custom work is free. Custom design work is available and we offer a fast turn around time on all of out in stock items. Call us today for a quote. We can accomodate large custom engraved or sublimated gifts or small custom orders. Order 1 or 1000 we can handle your gift order with professionalism and care.
Let love find the way home with this amazing compass keychain. It is a real working compass and makes a wonderful gift for any occasion. Crafted of beautiful brass it measures a comfortable 4.5" in total length and 1.75" across. Arrives gift boxed. Perfect for anyone who is graduating, is a travel agent, serves in the military, is in a long distance relationship, is in to nautical gifts or planes.
Discover another great home décor element from One Passion Place!
These beautiful Wine Bottle Lanterns are great for indoors or out. With the attached S hook and chain you can hang these from a tree or walkway, set them on a coffee table, on your porch or make a statement just about anywhere inside your home! These create a stunning mosaic effect!
They feature glass wine bottle bodies with bottoms removed for easy tealight replacement from the base tray. And hanging is a snap with the included chain and hook.
Dimensions - 3 1/2” x 11 3/8” x 3 1/2”
Includes 1 LED tealight.
This is a great gift for your "special someone." Whether this will be an anniversary gift (wonderful for 5th year anniversaries!) or being sent to your loved one as a retirement gift, graduation gift or "just-because" we know it will certainly become a treasured keepsake of your affection.
Plenty of room to keep all of their mementoes', cards, jewelry and the like. Click here to see this beautiful wood treasure chest.
Free optional brass name plate is available!And you can also have our solid pewter "Key to my Heart" keepsake sent with the chest. The key is meant as a keepsake and it does not open or lock the chest.
Here is a bit of history on how Fathers Day got started:Father's Day is celebrated to acknowledge, and give thanks to the men who have had a profound affect in our lives. Giving a gift, sending a card or making a phone call on Father's Day to your own Father, Father In Law and to the Father of your children helps to show your love and thanks for all they have done and continue to do.
What is the origins of the Father's Day gift giving celebration?
Harry Meek, a past president of Chicago's Uptown Lions Club, is has been acknowledged as the creator of the Father's Day celebration. He promoted the idea through Lions Club speeches and eventually it was adopted. They set the day as the Sunday nearest his birthday which is the third Sunday in June. However, several years before him, in 1908, Dr. Robert Webb conducted what is believed as the first Father's Day service at the Central Church of Fairmont, West Virginia.
Father's Day continued to gain popularity throughout the years. It was finally officially established as a day of celebration by President Richard Nixon in the year 1972.