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9 Of Our Favorite American-Made Goods Right Now

From established companies to emerging artisans, the American maker movement has never been more robust. We plucked standout items from coast to coast that will perk up your winter and add style to your world.

american made simon pearce glass pitcher
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Bold Pours


Simon Pearce’s sturdy yet graceful glass pitcher is hand-blown in Vermont and stands a foot tall. $160,

state optical co. frames
Photography by: Peter Ardito

A Fine Spectacle


Forty-five people working in Chicago at State Optical Co. create chic frames like these that come shaded or not. $407,

alexa allen bowls
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Graphic Art


Colorado maker Alexa Allen molds one-of-a-kind bowls out of leather -- just right for holding jewelry or displaying on their own. From $25 each,

rancho gordo heirloom christmas lima beans
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Hit the Spot


Cook up a pot of Rancho Gordo’s California-grown heirloom Christmas lima beans for a healthy and hearty meal. $6 for 1 lb.,

herbivore rose hibiscus spray
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Spritz Me


Herbivore’s rose-hibiscus spray, concocted in Seattle, lifts your mood while hydrating your skin. $32 for 4 oz.,

raleigh denim workshop jeans
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Good Jeans

These flattering designs with cool washes from Raleigh Denim Workshop may become your true blues. From $225 each,

michele o hana porcelain nested bowl set
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Chef’s Prep


New York ceramist Michele O’Hana’s six-piece porcelain nested-bowl set is as gorgeous as it is practical. $360,

gearharts fine chocolates
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Strike It Rich


Wow your valentine with these tasty stamped Gearharts Fine Chocolates, in Virginia. From $22 for 9 pieces,

lostine bronze wall hangers
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Off the Hook


Lostine’s sculptural bronze wall hangers are cast in a small foundry in Pennsylvania. From $110,