BESPOKE GIFT BOXES

Customized and deeply desirable, Pointy Snout's luxurious Bespoke Gift Boxes are guaranteed to delight. Each one is truly one of a kind, curated to the client's preferences and assembled to satisfy a range of tastes and wallets.

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CERAMIC DISHES FROM MASA DESIGNS

Designed by Chef Masa Takayama for Masa restaurants and now available exclusively through Pointy Snout, each stunning Masa Designs porcelain dish is the ideal size for a single portion of our finest caviar, a dollop of crème fraîche and a micro-green garnish.

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CAMEL BONE SPOON SETS WITHOUT CASE

These camel bone spoons are hand carved by artisans in Kenya. With vegetable pigment coating long stems, these ivory-like pieces make a gesture against the commercialization and illegal trade in ivory.

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STURGEON AT PLAY - LIMITED EDITION BOOKLET

Our playful collaboration with artist Gerardo Blumenkrantz and star copywriter Marty Cooke is available for purchase for the first time this holiday season exclusively from Pointy Snout. Each booklet is one of a small run of 250, and features 8 commissioned illustrations as well as a hand-lettered edition number. An ideal pairing with your caviar gift.

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CAMEL BONE SPOONS IN A HANDMADE CASE

This award-winning wooden box is constructed in maple with an ebony button that activates a concealed mechanism, freeing two Pointy Snout camel bone caviar spoons tucked neatly within. The box is handmade in Japan; the spoons are hand carved in Kenya.

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Caviar Key

With a twist of the wrist, our caviar key easily opens each of our caviar tins and makes a perfect companion to a set of our camel bone spoons. An ideal gift for the caviar connoisseur.

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“Caviar” by Anne Koch

Mimicking the exact egg of Pointy Snout sustainable caviar, artist Anne Koch designed a sculpture in the form of black sturgeon fish eggs.  The mound is created to look like the caviar has been poured out, emptied, discarded, reflecting the seeming luxury of waste.

The mound hides a holding area for one 100 gram tin of caviar.  It can also be used to hold diamond rings, pearl necklaces, and gold teeth.

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