Day #9 of USA in a Day

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Day #9       (to see what I found on days 1-8 go to the USA in a day tab)

Intro: I am on a hunt for things in my home that are made in the USA.
Each day I will try to post an item or two from my house.
Why? To support companies that are in my country.
Take a second and look at the product or item you are using and see where it is made.

Pot Potpourri Press tins were popular in the 80's and I found them useful for lip gloss, storing trinkets, and desk decorations. I have a collection of these tins I bought way back then. I also keep an eye out for them at thrift shops and yard sales.

The Pot Potpourri Press company went out of business years ago.

I use these tins for storage of Christmas tags and such on my wrapping counter

Bermuda Bags. Although I lived inland from the Atlantic Ocean at the time I carried a Bermuda Bag, ii's my favorite style of purse. The handles were made by Pappagallo.  My parents bought these for me and then when I was older they bought me a larger version of the bag. Some of the covers are from Pappagallo and The Wee Gentress of Valley Forge which is also The Vested Gentress.

The Wee Gentress and Vested Gentress went out of business years ago. As far as I can tell Pappagallo is out of business too.

Where is your purse made?