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Mother's Day Gifts from the Hamptons

She's done so much for you over the years, why not get her something special this year, just to show how much you appreciate her? Forget the cheesy flowers: we've rounded up a bunch of Hamptons-centric gifts to honor the woman who gave you life. If you're a mom yourself, why not send a link to this post as a not-at-all subtle hint to those ungrateful little bastards your beloved offspring?

Mom loves antiques! How about this blue-and-white transferware souvenir plate, c. 1900? It's $110 on etsy. It would look delightful hanging on the wall of any East Hampton house.

Got deeper pockets? How about this fabulous industrial trolley to use as a desk? $1900 from Laurin Copen Antiques in Bridgehampton.

East Hampton resident Xenasdad makes beautiful coffee tables or wall art out of old printer's trays and collections of seashells. Commission him to make Mom something similar for $790. She'll treasure it.

Show Mom you understand how much strain you put her under with a couple bottles of Wölffer Estate Vineyard's rosé, about $15 each. She'll love the design on new "Summer in a Bottle."

Got a mom who loves to cook? Give her a cookbook from Loaves & Fishes in Bridgehampton, about $25 each.

How about some gorgeous scented all-natural soaps made here in the Hamptons from Southampton Soap Company? A sampler is $65.

A spa day for Mom is a classic for a reason: they're fantastic! The Head-to-Toe Ocean Radiance treatment at Gurney's Inn is $300. It's two hours of pure luxury with a one-hour Swedish massage, and then a reflexology treatment with a facial.

Finally, one item that has nothing to do with the Hamptons per se but would look stunning in any area home is a Georgia Peachez wreath. We're crazy about Suzy's Christmas designs, but she has recently branched out into summer wreaths made with seashells and vintage Shiny Brites. Pick up this beauty for $175.