It doesn’t have to be Italian leather or French Bordeaux to be luxurious. Check out these luxury gifts of more than $750, all made in America.
Kluft’s “Madeline Collection” of mattresses feature cotton plaid, upholstery-grade fabrics on the exterior, and 40 pounds of cotton layering for the interior. Hand-made in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., the mattresses also have hand-tied coils and eco-friendly fibers on the inside. Cost: $6,000
Robin Wade’s “SuperNatural" desk is hand crafted from sustainably-harvested Alabama oak, which is naturally milled with an in-house sawmill. Owner Robin Wade says his works have a “very real and of-the-earth” feel. Dimensions: L55" x H30" x W35" Price: $5,000
Made in Nazareth, Penn., the Martin D-28 is made of Sitka Spruce and East Indian Rosewood. The company has been manufacturing guitars since 1833, and the D-28 is considered one of the company’s classics. The guitar comes with a solid ebony fingerboard and starts at $2,999.
This CUTCO cutlery set is handmade in Olean, N.Y., and includes 32 pieces housed in a carved oak block. The set, which includes pairing knives, a carving fork and kitchen shears, is backed by CUTCO’s “Forever Guarantee,” which covers the cost of sharpening and repairs for the life of the product. Cost: $2,254
With fabric made in North Carolina and assembly done in California, this luggage has done its share of traveling before it starts making journeys with you. Made of military-grade nylon fabric, the company claims this luggage has twice the tear resistance and four times the wear resistance of others. Cost: $750
Made in Dallas by American Leather, the Comfort Recliner comes in three sizes to accommodate different heights and weights. Its ergonomic design offers support to five key pressure points in the body, and the headrest moves up and down for neck support. The Comfort Recliner ranges in price from $3,500 to $10,000 depending on size and leather type.
We’ve got a list of luxury items all made in the U.S., with a price as high as the quality.