Flowers? Finished. Dinner? Don’t bother. What Mom really needs are tangible luxuries. Here, five tradition-busting gifts that ay “Happy Mother’s Day” in high style.

Pound for pound Melt Mom’s heart with a handmade one from artisan Ann Morhauser, in eight sophisticated shades, or clear with hand-painted pure platinum or 24-karat-gold banding. And zero calories. Sweet Hearts (above) by Annieglass, $37-$49. (888) 761-0050, www.annieglass.com

Donna Reed never had it this good If you really want to get on Mom’s good side, spring for the Ultimate Spa box by the hot New York purveyor of eco-friendly wares, IIKH (“two KH”). Mom will revel in the scrubs, serums, and moisturizers — some infused with grapefruit and rose. You will revel in knowing you made her relax — for once. $200. (212) 675-9400, www.twokh.com

Light of your life Prove that she’s a strong, illuminating force with Umbra’s signature Chorus candelabra, by superdesigner Karim Rashid, in chrome-plated die-cast steel. $55. (800) 387-5122, www.umbra.com

Plump her up Okay, we’ll allow the flowers, but only if they’re these pop-art roses à la Warhol, printed on sophisticated silk-and-wool-blend pillows. (The reverse side is a coordinating lattice print.) This is one bouquet that’ll stay bountiful year-round. By Thomas Paul, $110. (718) 522-1767, www.environment337.com; or (866) 781-9494, www.velocityartanddesign.com

Table setting with a twist Chuck that fusty old china in favor of Kate Spade’s cool new Corona Grove, in everything from plates, bowls, platters, even a coffeepot. It winks at an art deco past but has just enough modern flair. Five-piece place setting, $139. (800) 519-3778, www.katespade.com