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Holiday shopping for the Jane Austen fan

Jane Austen necklace
The sterling silver “Pride and Prejudice” on this necklace is tiny, only about half an inch. (Etsy, $25(EvelynMaeCreations on Etsy)
Jane Austen candle
“There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort,” Mrs. Elton proclaims in “Emma.” And this soy wax candle agrees. (Paddywax, $25(Paddywax)
Fan club
The serious Austenite might appreciate membership in JASNA, the Jane Austen Society of North America. (Individual $30()
Regency gown
The really serious Austenite might appreciate a Regency-era outfit like this gown and vest. Some can be ordered custom-made; this one is size 6-8. (Etsy, $100(In Scarlet on Etsy)
I’m So Over Him nail polish
From “Pride and Prejudice": "[Mr. Darcy] was discovered to be proud, to be above his company, and above being pleased; and not all his large estate in Derbyshire could then save him from having a most forbidding, disagreeable countenance, and being unworthy to be compared with his friend.” The I’m So Over Him nail polish (Ginger & Liz, $12(Ginger & Liz)
MacDonald Bath Spa Hotel
The eight-day Smithsonian Jane Austen Christmas Tour has a literary tour guide and includes a stay at the MacDonald Bath Spa Hotel. (Smithsonian, $5,995 and up(MacDonald Bath Spa Hotel)
Kate Spade clutch
This “Pride and Prejudice” clutch is the kind of thing you could take on a Jane Austen tour. (Kate Spade, $325(Kate Spade)
Mansfield Park
First edition Jane Austen novels aren’t easy to come by; this copy of “Mansfield Park” is being auctioned Nov. 29. (Bloomsbury Auctions, est. $8,000-$11,000)  (Bloomsbury Auctions)
Future Mr. Darcy onesie
Every Austenite imagines her son might be a swoon-worthy man someday: He belongs in a Future Mr. Darcy onesie. (Etsy, $15(Bookfiend on Etsy)
Jane Austen cake
If you’d prefer to make something, the recipe for this stunning Jane Austen cake is online at Sprinklebakes(Sprinklebakes)