Since 1980 we have quietly set trends in the Houseware & Gift Markets working with fine American wood, leather and other mediums to deliver tabletop items found nowhere else. We’re family owned and operated – and design, make & imprint products for wholesale distribution to the gourmet trade e.g. retailers, mail order catalogs, restaurants & culinary academies, wineries … even popular Food Channel shows (yes that’s our “Original Wine Bottle Pepper Mill” that Emeril’s used for +7 years on his “Live” show).
In 2001 we began serving the Promotional Market so that businesses could benefit from the same quality products, service and experience as the pros. We’re quick, nimble and thoughtful of your needs. And offer low minimums and exceptional service that’s second to none as evidenced by the 5 Star Ratings we’ve consistently received from ASI and Sage Distributors for the past 9+ years in a row.
What makes our products effective? Their attractive design, commercial quality craftsmanship and attractive price points. They are:
- Excellent movers with healthy margins
- Consistently generate repeat business, and
- When imprinted … make highly personal mediums which recipients proudly use, display & enjoy with family & friends for years.
As you would expect from our name – most of our items are American made using some of the best woods and hides which also come from sustainable American sources. And you might be pleased to learn that most of those sources are located in some of the most economically isolated and deprived areas of our country.
So please enjoy our new web site and don’t hesitate to Contact us if you have a specific request, a challenging client project, or just want to learn more. Getting started couldn’t be quicker or easier!
AMERICAN ARTISAN does not sell direct to the public. Our products are on;y available through Promotional Product and Advertising Specialty Distributors/Dealers . The purpose of this web site is simply to provide information on our products & services, and to enable interested parties to inquire where they might be purchased.