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  1. Thank you for this list.

  2. Thanks for the post. I’m always looking for made in the USA. You show some really beautiful items too.
    Blessings, Candy

  3. Lynette D Corle says:

    This is a very timely post in more ways than one! Thank you so much for you effort…and I would love future posts with Made in America products!

  4. Great list! Thank you.

  5. hi lory,
    I am a huge Made in USA enthusiast. I love this list! I will share on my Weekend Edit in the weeks ahead!

    Laura in Colorado

  6. Lory, Ive been trying to buy AMERICAN for some time. It is difficult as there is little selection. Thank you for showing your support to American products

    1. You’re most welcome! Yes, it took quite some time to find enough pieces and hopefully the links stay live for awhile… 🙂

  7. Great suggestions that gave me some good ideas. I always try to buy American so I’ll be checking these out. (One little suggestion for your blog—the light gray print is attractive but sometimes hard to read. Even just a shade darker would help. Thanks.)

    1. Thanks, Jean! Re the grey, it’s showing as nearly black on my end. Wondering why it looks so light to some people. Will look into it.

      Btw, are you reading on computer or mobile?

  8. A home-owned furniture store rather than a chain store will be more likely to carry American made. This may be difficult if you live in a city.
    I recently bought a French chair by Sam Moore and made in North Carolina. It’s quality I can pass on to my granddaughters!

  9. Really appreciate this post and knowing where to find Made in America items. Thanks so much!

  10. Great job, comprehensive list…lots of work! Thx!

  11. Cathysherman says:

    Every piece of furniture in my home is American made Hooker, Bob Timberlake, Ethan Allen with a few antiques thrown in. My news piece is 25 years old and has been reupholstered. I did buy a recliner from an upscale retailer and I inquired if it was American made and was assured it was. Four years after the purchase the reclining mechanism failed and I contacted retailer to see about getting it repaired. They told me the chair was made in China. I no longer would consider purchasing from them. Thank you for compiling a list. Please add recliner to it.

  12. Thank you SO much for providing Made in the USA products!!

    1. You’re welcome! It’s not so easy to find, so keeping the list updated is tricky, but I just updated the links, so hopefully everything is available… 🙂