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“American made gifts for all giving occasions. Our gift collections arrive complete with elegant gift packaging, ready to give to your friends and loved ones.”

“Every Item is Made in the USA”

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Holly adds: I have actually had a shop on Etsy since 2008, but I have never listed anything ;o(. It is time to change that. I have started to make charm bracelets using vintage (and new) items that I have collected over the years. Each one is unique. So, in the next few weeks I will be adding some items to my Etsy shop-hollymaren’s EPHEMERA ETCETERA. I will also be adding vintage jewelry and fun items for helping you create your own special art work.
I hope you will  check it out (give me a few days)-thank you!


“Etsy is the world’s handmade marketplace.”

“Our mission is to empower people to change the way the global economy works. We see a world in which very-very small businesses have much-much more sway in shaping the economy, local living economies are thriving everywhere, and people value authorship and provenance as much as price and convenience. We are bringing heart to commerce and making the world more fair, more sustainable, and more fun.”

You can find just about anything here! Beautiful, funky, unique, one-of-a -kind, gorgeous items abound. I have included some pictures below of sample products picked at random.





Holly adds: this company also sells beautiful jewelry, flatware, and glassware, along with many figurines. I have no idea if these items are also manufactured here in the United States, I will check into that. They have so many things to choose from that I decided to post more than my usual three pictures of their products, however, I did limit them to items that would be made in the US. Of course I had to add the “Holiday” (with holly) pattern; I am sort of partial to that one.

“Lenox is proud to be an American company designing for Americans. We are the only manufacturer of fine bone china in the United States, produced at our state-of-the art facility in Kinston, North Carolina. As we celebrate 123 years of excellence in design and manufacturing in the United States, we invite you to celebrate with dinnerware as beautiful and unique as the country in which it was made.”


vThis is such a beautiful website to visit and shop.


“Artisan gifts, with a truly local flavor”
Smoked Wild Salmon
Artisan Gift Baskets
Design Your Own Gift Box
Hand Blown Glass Ornaments
Artisan Candies & Treats
Handwarmer Mugs & Pottery
Hand Blown & Fused Glass Art
Glass Eye Collectible Series
Gourmet Food
Specialty Coffee, Tea & Cocoa
Gifts for the Northwest Home
Books, Cards & Calendars
Pet Treats
Northwest Souvenirs
Jewelry from the Northwest
Wines from Washington

“In 1984, Gillian and Jack Mathews opened the first Made In Washington store at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. That store brought an entirely new concept to our area a wide variety of quality products, all made in Washington state by local artists, crafts people and small businesses.

Today, Made In Washington has five stores throughout Puget Sound, and we remain thoroughly dedicated to the ideals of that first store: offering a wide variety of quality products which celebrate the very best of Washington state.”

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Unique Accessories with a Western and Southwestern attitude.

[We are] Looking for products to sell at fairs and events.  Wouldn’t it be just great to be able to sell products that were made in the USA?   Some of my new wholesalers are advertising Made In USA products.  I will buy those before others.

If you have accessories for sale in the wholesale market,  or know a company that I could get in touch with, please let me know.

Sometime soon, I would like my booth at fairs and events to say “All My Accessories Are Made In The USA.”

Martha’s Daughter

Sierra Vista, Arizona

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