The "gifts" in the Design Within Reach catalog are elegant, quirky, useful and unique. And expensive! After the jump, see a silver cycle, glasses for smokers and "dolls" that will make you shudder... with prices that may shock, as well.

This Biomega AMS bicycle is an 8-speed with a chainless transmission, smooth-shifting continuous gears and a "comfortable upright seating position" but mostly it's pretty 'cause it's silver. ($1315)

OMG Airstream! My sister has always wanted one of these. This one's been outfitted by DWR so it has a classy, simple interior. All you need is the open road! And a car. And fifty grand. ($49,066)

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These little glasses look quirky because they were designed to allow users to hold a drink and a cigarette in one hand. I was gonna get 'em for Anna and Moe, 'til I saw the price. ($275 for a set of two, for flute, tall whiskey, water, wine or double old-fashioned size)

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This lamp is simple and complex, man-made yet natural, modern and retro. Designer David Trubridge was inspired by ice crystals in Antarctica and underwater coral. ($500)

A limited edition skateboard for grups whose stocks are ups. ($1000)

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The Electrobike Pi is an electric/human hybrid that uses a standard household outlet to charge up — a three hour charge will take you 30 miles, and you can extend that by pedaling. Eco-friendly and super-cool, if you have the cash. ($8000)

Ugh, need this so badly. A cute solution to "where'd I put my keys/sunglasses/tickets." The ceramic Hookbox is "durable and sleek." ($270)

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Uh, these horrifying things are wooden "toys" by Alexander Girard, but they seem like tools you'd find in a therapist's office for reenacting a nightmare or sexual trauma. Or maybe that's just me. ($145 each)

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Love the Charly box, top left, which lets your dog have a picnic: One half is a canteen for fresh water, the other half is a serving tray for water and food. It snaps together for easy hiking/road rips! (Shh, I am getting this for my sister!) ($60)

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The Tiffin Lunch Box Set, top right, is stainless steel, and the parts all snap together. Will it make bringing your lunch more fun? ($80 for set)

What's cool about the Egg Bird House, lower right, is that it kind of looks like a large, ripe fruit. It comes in other bright colors and will attract wrens and chickadees. ($150)

The bullet planter, lower left, was originally manufactured in the 1950s. It's clean and funky at the same time. ($155 & $165)

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Love love love love love. Dear Santa, receiving this globe would mean the world to me, haha. ($110)

[DWR.com]