Christmas On Park Avenue

The Ferrari credit card holder is made in Italy and measures: 2.8" x 2.2". $80.00
The holiday spirit captures all of us with a desire to delight family members and friends with unique and memorable gifts. Your dedicated hostesses at the Ferrari Store on Park Avenue wish all Tifosi a "Buon Natale" with these offerings, appropriate to both naughty and nice. 

Here are a few suggestions:

The Ferrari credit card holder with money clip is made from supple calf leather with lambskin lining. The credit card holder is finished with ecru stitching and contrasting profiles. Embossed on the front is the Ferrari Trademark.

Ferrari bathrobe for kids in 100% cotton. $90.00
The Ferrari bathrobe for kids features red cotton with two side pockets and a silver Prancing Horse stitched onto the chest.  It can be stored in its own cotton holder.

The Ferrari Backgammon set. $1,300.00
Every last detail of the Ferrari Backgammon set has been lovingly handcrafted to the highest standard. Its Rosso Corsa red box has a double leather fastener with nickel-plated brass buckle inspired by the Ferrari GT luggage straps. The playing board is made from polished carbon fiber while the piece holders (bars) are crafted from glossy black wood.  Two leather dice cups complete the set with the Ferrari name embossed on the front.  Handmade in Italy.

The Ferrari Jumbo Watch AKA Pit-Crew watch. $400.00
The Ferrari Jumbo Watch, known around Park Avenue as the remodeled Pit-Crew watch, comes with a black or Ferrari-red dial with the Scuderia Ferrari logo embossed on the back of the case.   Featuring a titanium case and Swiss-made ETA quartz movement, it is particularly suitable to sporting and leisure use with stopwatch and counter buttons. Despite its simple yet elegant styling, this is a high performance timekeeper and is made only from the best materials in line with the true Ferrari spirit.

To underscore the link between the watch and its pit crew origins, the Ferrari Jumbo watch comes in a special rubber presentation case shaped to resemble an F1 tire.  Speaking of links, check out our Anatomy of a Pit Stop in this issue.