Artful Home (Madison, WI): all manner of beautiful art objects, furniture, lamps, apparel, and jewelry, created by artists in the US and Canada.
Best American Arts (Columbus, OH): extraordinary selection of jewelry, pottery, picture frames, leather goods, and other treasures, all made by American artists.
Made in Santa Cruz: a great selection of artglass, jewelry, softgoods, and more by artists and artisans in Santa Cruz, CA
The Henry Ford (Dearborn, MI): in addition to being a great place to visit, THe Henry Ford has pottery, glass, tiles, Merino wool yarn, and hand-dipped candles, all made by the artisans at Greenfield Village.
Iowa Artisans Gallery (Iowa City, IA): beautiful art and handcraft items, including wood, glass, pottery, prints and jewelry, by nearly 200 Iowa artisans.
Piedmont Craftsmen (Winston-Salem, NC): a guild of over 400 craft artists, working in glass, fiber, metal, clay, leather...you name it!
Stowe Craft--Remarkable Things (Stowe, VT): a wonderful collection of American-made handcrafts, including furniture, jewelry, pottery, and fine art. Almost all products carried are made by American artisans
Sweetheart Gallery (Woodstock, NY): handcrafted furniture, clocks, lighting, jewelry and fine art
Southwest Indian Foundation (Gallup, NM): pottery, jewelry, and crafts of all kinds, handcrafted by members of the Navajo tribe and the pueblo tribes of the Zuni, Laguna, Acoma, and Hopi. Not all are madproducts e in USA, so read product descriptions to confirm country of origin. (Much, but not all, of the apparel is imported.)
American Mug Pottery (East Liverpool, OH): ceramic kitchen products including mugs, butter keepers, and utensil crocks in vibrant colors. I especially like the square handled mug, very stylish. Available from The American Mug Pottery Store at Amazon. [As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases]
Adirondack Stained Glass Works (Gloversville, NY): beautiful stained glass panels available in their gallery, and lamps and other smaller pieces available online.
Bujno Pottery (Adamstown, PA): handcrafted pottery, high-fired with gray, white, or wheat glaze and your choice of cobalt or gray-green decoration. Many items, including crocks and plates, can be personalized.
Deneen Pottery (St. Paul, MN): handcrafted mugs in lots of shapes and colors, usually featured at gift shops in National Parks and historic sites with the custom medallion for each site (collectors beware!). Also available with the Deneen factory building medallion direct from the pottery. I especially like the round belly shape that seems to keep hot drinks warm longer.
Ephraim Pottery (Lake Mills, WI): hand-thrown, sculpted, and glazed art pottery. Truly exceptional, with many themes drawn from nature.
Glass Eye Studio (Seattle, WA): blown glass paperweights, votive candle holders, ruffle bowls, hummingbird feeders and many, many wonderful ornaments. I first saw these at the gift shop at George Washington's Mount Vernon.
Glassybaby (Redmond, WA): blown glass candle holders, drinkers and whiskey glasses, plus corked carafe and cup sets for your bedside table. All products crafted by glassblowers at shops in Seattle and Redmond. The company donates a share of each sale as community mini-grants via the Glassybaby Foundation.
Haand (Burlington, NC): handmade ceramics for the table, including mugs, plates, and serveware. [Affiliate: I earn commission on purchases through this link]
Hanselmann Pottery (Corrales, NM): a full line of handmade stoneware with a creamy oatmeal-colored glaze, beautiful in its simplicity.
Old Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge, MA): redware pottery and handmade tinware from the Old Sturbridge Village artisans
Pewabic Pottery (Detroit, MI): established in 1903, this historic working pottery makes architectural tiles, framed art tiles, address tiles, and assorted pottery (cups, mugs, plates and vases) plus Detroit-themed items.
Rookwood Pottery (Cincinnati, OH): pottery tableware, tiles and decor, including amazing art tiles from a venerable company that has reinvented itself over the years.
Alegacy Furniture (Pottstown, PA): retailer of American-made Amish hardwood furniture, with online sales and a showroom.
Amish Furniture Connections (Culpepper, VA): Amish-made solid wooden furniture for every room. The site features Mission and Shaker styles in oak, cherry, and maple, made in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina.
Erik Organic (Lexington, MN): solid wood furniture, including baby cribs, and sets for living room, dining room, and bedroom. Made in USA in small Amish workshops using domestic hardwoods.
Gary Weeks & Co. (Wimberley, TX): a unique wooden rocking chair, plus other exquisite handcrafted wooden furniture (stools, dining chairs and tables)