Although it’s been over a year since we heard the words “she’s mah queen“, “dracarys” or “bend the knee”, and we’re no longer counting down the days to the next season, now that winter is here, many of us are still very much obsessed with the world and characters of Westeros created by George R.R. Martin (yes, despite that last season).
You might not be that person, but we all have at least one friend who just can’t let go. Because the holidays and times of gift-exchanging are approaching, we decided to compile a list of 15 presents that every Game of Thrones fan would love in 2020.
As it is famously known that The North Remembers, we must remember the North as well this Holiday season. Decorate your tree with this House Stark Tree Ornament and remember the words the lone wolf dies but the pack survives.
Allowing you to pick the symbol of the House you identify most strongly with, these reusable cloth masks are protective, environmentally-friendly and a great way to keep the Game of Thrones spirit alive.
3. Westeros Map
Extending from the sands of Dorne to the lands Beyond the Wall and the coast of the narrow sea to the Land of Always Winter, Westeros holds most of its mystery in its lands. For a reminder of the walk down King’s Road or the sail to the Iron Islands, this map of Westeros is an amazing gift for a Game of Thrones fan.
For when the night is dark and full of terrors, and even for when the night is full of relaxation and the holiday spirit, this Targaryen-inspired candle holder is an amazing way to transform the vibe of a room and remind us of the battle between Ice and Fire.
This sparkling silver game of thrones themed necklace is the perfect gift to show your lover you would die for them. You would never think of giving it to your twin.
This wooden music box that holds a delicate version of the Game of Thrones theme song is the best reminder of the story of Westeros. With just a simple rewind of the music box, you could relive that moment any time you miss the unique feeling of Game of Thrones suspense.
Whether you remember Greywind, Nymeria or Ghost, this Direwolf ring would take you back to the beginning of the story with the Stark family at Winterfell.
This Winter is Coming Stark-themed sweatshirt is a cosy Game of Thrones gift perfect for the winter. While it does not give the same warmth as the Nights Watch armour at the Wall, it offers a more comfy alternative.
This Hodor – Hold-The-Door – inspired door stop is the cutest Game of Thrones gift for its simultaneous practical and emotional meaning.
This Christmas is Coming card is the perfect holiday-themed card to send to a fellow Game of Thrones fan. Including sketches of all our favorite characters and the most enchanting Night King himself, this card is the cutest way to send Westeros-themed holiday cheer.
This House Stark Tote Bag is a multiple-use and eco-friendly way to remember Westeros. As a tote bag goes with anything for any occasion, this gift is a great way to remember the Seven Kingdoms all year round.
Whether you are on the go or trying to discover what is West of Westeros, this Arya Stark-inspired mini bag is a multi-purpose, travel-size bag.
The vintage and Westeros vibes of this notebook is perfect for transporting us back to Cersei writing on her desk at King’s Landing or Sam reading volumes of books as a Maester.
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This scented candle trio is the perfect ode to the Song of Ice and Fire.
This broach symbolizes the evolution of the story as it began and ended with the actions of the King or Queen’s hand. As the symbol of loyalty and betrayal – it holds all our favorite themes of the story.
Nothing can heal the wound left by the show better than to read the books. And this edition is honestly too pretty not to buy.
While we all left the world of White Walkers and wildlings with mixed feelings, we can’t bring it back from the dead like Jon Snow and see the story close the way we wanted. But, as we wait for House of the Dragon, the Ironborn remind us that what is dead may never die, so we can keep Westeros alive this gift-giving season!
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