When you hear “homemade,” do you immediately think of dry macaroni glued to construction paper or a yarn doily crocheted by granny? Think again. Today’s handcrafted products are often useful, beautiful, and one of a kind. We’re raising our hands to high-five these American-made treasures.
These heirloom-quality, time-tested garden tools are handmade by blacksmith and metal artisan Tuli Fisher, who forges each trowel, rake and hoe by hand in his Bozeman, Montana, workshop with domestically sourced materials. He uses traditional blacksmithing methods to heat, shape and hammer the iron, and he hand-turns the hardwood handles. Beautiful, functional, and durable.
Take all-occasion glassware on a tour de style with these statement-making tumblers. Bold bicycle silhouettes are screen printed directly onto these glasses using a special ink that cross bonds with the surface, making them dishwasher safe & durable enough to be a part of your daily cycle. Glasses made in Louisiana. Printed in Denver, Colorado.
Serve drinks with a shot of wry humor. Offering a play on how optimists and pessimists view the world, these handsome, double old fashioned glasses mark that dividing line. Hand-painted platinum rims ensure every sip has a silver lining... regardless of the drinker's outlook. It comes in a set of two glasses.
Bring a burst of brilliant color into your home with these splashy sunburst suncatchers. Artist Jim Loewer blows each one by hand from sturdy borosilicate glass, creating their flared form by spinning them. A loop at the top makes them easy to hang in a sunny window, or outside near your favorite garden seat. Handmade in Philadelphia, PA. Due to the handmade nature, each piece is one-of-a-kind.
You may not be able to get water from a stone, but you can tap your favorite spirits. Handmade from natural stones found along the coast of New England and fixed with a stainless steel spigot with a stone lever, Jeff Henderson's sturdy and sophisticated drink dispenser adds instant pizazz to any event. Handmade in New Hampshire.