American Made Gifts



We are compiling an ever growing list of American gift manufacturers & brands, which may include large corporations, small companies and individuals.


On this page you'll find a wide variety of U.S. made products that are often given as gifts, things like handcrafted artisinal items, tasty foods & treats, books, home decore products and much more.

Page created Sept 24, 2015, and the listings last reviewed Thursday, July 6, 2017 by

Browse by type of gift, also check out the featured companies below.





Blair Cedar and Novelty Works

Blair Cedar and Novelty Works in Camdenton, Missouri is the world leader in the production of cedar souvenirs, novelties and gift products. Over these past 80 years, a third generation of Blairs have continued the tradition of working at Blair Cedar and continue to help create, manufacture and sell Blair Cedar products to the souvenir and gift industry. Blair Cedar is proud to continue our tradition as an American manufacturer while providing jobs to our local community.

Sweet Jules Gifts

8 unique flavors: Classic Vanilla Bean, Fleur de Sea, Dark Chocolate & Pecan, Jules of Paris (chocolate caramel with sea salt), Beer & Pretzel, Sicilian Orange, Bananas Foster, Cafe Italiano (coffee).

Gina B Gift Cards

Gina enjoys working with creative freelance artists from around the country. Each contributes a unique talent, bringing a broad range of art styles to Gina B Designs. Although, the way we communicate has changed, we believe that greeting cards will always play an important role in how we make someone feel "special."

Gina B Gift Cards

Weaving tendrils of love, hope, and encouragement onto every page, each book in the Eat Your Peas Collection begins with a PROMISE to be there for a loved one throughout life’s joys and disappointments. Artfully illustrated. 72 pages. 12 endearing titles to choose.

Some of the companies listed in this directory that make products here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well.

Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.