Victory, The New American Motorcycle Company has their corporate headquarters in Medina, Minnesota. The company also designs and manufactures Polaris Snowmobiles, ATV’s and the Polaris Ranger. The company manufactures parts in Osceola, Wisconsin,and in Spirit Lake, Iowa.
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Shaker Workshops of Gardner, Massachusetts manufactures the slightly splayed-legged form and low back of the Enfield dining chair.
These skillets were first made in 1896 and are perfect for baking and braising. The Lodge Cast Iron Skillet and their other cookware is manufactured in South Pittsburg, Tennessee. The photo is a shot of their outlet store.
Russel Wright’s 1937 American Modern line of dishes and tableware has been a popular mainstay in homes for decades. The designs are manufactured by Bauer Pottery in Los Angeles, California.
The smooth finish aluminum of the Gibraltar ALM11000 Premium Mailbox is classic. The company is an American institution. Manufactured by the Solar Group in Taylorsville, Mississippi. You can buy one at any hardware store for less than $20.
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.
Randolph Engineering in Randolph, Massachusetts creates the aviator glasses for our military. Roger that!
They are digitally designed for each vehicle and come in a wide array of colors and styles. The company is in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
There are many fine products made in the United States. Improve Toothbrush by Prevent Care Products, Inc. manufactures this item in Morristown, Tennessee. For more info, visit www.improvetoothbrush.com.
Scrap Lights by Graypants are constructed from recycled cardboard and are made in Seattle, Washington. Visit graypants.com for more information on these fun lights.
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.”
Fiesta® Dinnerware was designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead in 1936 and is now among the most collected china products in the world. As originally designed, the line featured art deco styling and bold, bright colors. The product was discontinued in 1973 and reissued in 1986 with new contemporary colors to mark its 50th anniversary. Fiesta [...]