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Father's Day Gift Guide

7 excellent gift ideas for even the most hard-to-please Dallas man

Anteks knives
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Anteks thunderbird belt
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Anteks red plaid blanket
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Anteks briefcase
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Anteks MLB records book
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Anteks Indian head wallet
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Anteks golf wood opener
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What do you buy for the man who has everything? Something from Antèks Curated, naturally. At this Plaza at Preston Center shop you can find him the greatest gift for Father's Day — or any other day of the year.


These serrated knives are a grand gift for the steak-lover in your life, whether he grilled the meat himself or ordered in. Either way he should dine in style. Set of six hand-forged, antler-handled steak knives in a leather pouch, $429.

In Native American culture, a thunderbird often symbolized battle, and it is now one of the most recognized images, showing up among tribes all over the country. Hand-beaded belt with iconic thunderbird image, varying sizes, $149.

The Pak-a-Robe from Faribault is a classic accompaniment for life on the go. Perfect for picnics in the spring (a hint at a nice afternoon for the both of you) or games in the fall, this stadium blanket zips completely inside a leather-handled carrying case for easy portability, $195.

Filson has been regarded as the premier outfitter for outdoorsmen since 1897, when the founder began supplying men who flocked to the wilds of the Pacific Northwest on their way to the Klondike Gold Rush. The original briefcase — suitable even for indoorsmen — is sturdy and durable, with thick bridle leather fittings and solid brass accents, $255.

Sure, everyone knows a fact or two about Lou Gehrig or Babe Ruth or Joe DiMaggio. But true sportsmen can delight in digging through more obscure trivia in this fully leather-bound book featuring all types of Major League Baseball records and facts, $99.

The Indian Head cent was produced from 1859 to 1909, making these retired coins a collector's item as well as a window into the past. Leather wallet featuring a vintage Indian Head penny on the money clip, $55.

It's easier than ever to take a love for the game off the green. One-of-a-kind bottle openers made from recycled golf wood give a sporty touch to any gathering off the links, $85.