Holly adds: I am not sure all of their products are made in the USA but many of them are.
“Our shop is one of 34 that comprise Kitchen Kettle Village, a popular tourist attraction nestled in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. The “tin” shop has been a fixture in the village for some 26 years, and in 1998, when Susan Kane assumed ownership, Tin ‘N’ Treasures was born. We carry garden flags and poles, primitive colonial lamps and chandeliers, wrought iron chandeliers , lamps and shades,candle holders and hooks of all kinds. Our black iron is made by local Amish craftsmen. Personal attention is given to your lighting needs. Made in America lighting for your colonial or primitive home.”