The lids and bands of these well-known jars are made in Muncie, Indiana as are the jars. Ball’s Mason jars are a near perfect example of food storage and are staples of homesteading.
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Randolph Engineering in Randolph, Massachusetts creates the aviator glasses for our military. Roger that!
The ProStock Ash Wood Bat by Louisville Slugger out of Louisville, Kentucky is as popular today among baseball greats as it was when the Great Bambino used the famous bat. They are the only baseball bats that deliver that beautiful crack that says “summer.”
This wood table was designed by George Nakashima, Woodworker, and is manufactured in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Wooden Spoons made by Fort Remington of Oxford, Florida are yet another example of great products that are made in the U.S.A.
The 600-thread count Sei duvet cover is cut and sewn at the Matteo factory in Los Angeles, California. The factory sits directly next to the company’s design studio.
Craftsmanship, simple lines and rich materials are halls of The Henrybuilt Kitchen made in Seattle, Washington. The FSC-certified wood is handled by 20 craftsman in the process.
Made by the Leatherman company based in Portland, Oregon. The Leatherman Charge AL includes scissors that slice through just about anything, with beveled edges that allow them to get extra close to whatever you’re cutting. Bit drivers for versatility, diamond-coated files for detailed work, and a 154CM clip-point knife are all housed in 6061-T6, hard-anodized [...]
The Deacon’s Bench is manufactured by the Thos. Moser company based in Auburn, Maine. For more info, visit www.thosmoser.com.
Domestic Aesthetic manufactures their Bamboo Tray in Detroit, Michigan. The company is based in Brooklyn, New York. For more info, visit www.domestic-aesthetic.com. The company was supplying metal parts to the auto industry and has now embraced the innovative bamboo tray into its inventory to stay current and vital. The company also has a line of [...]
Bauer Company of Wooster, Ohio manufactures the wooden stepladder. You can learn more about the company by visiting www.bauerladder.com.