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Is Ethan Allen made in the USA?

Posted by holly-kay (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 24, 13 at 19:50

I recently went to EA and liked a lot of their furniture. I ordered four rush bottom chairs for my breakfast table. While there I talked to a decorator and she came to our home measured and laid out the living room that we are redecorating.

I just met with her to go over her fabric suggestions etc. and she said the furniture would take twelve weeks from the time I placed the order. My rush bottom chairs are only supposed to be six weeks.Twelve weeks seems like a long time if the product is made in the US. So do you know? I really like Smith brothers and I know that it is made in the states.


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RE: Is Ethan Allen made in the USA?

I used to live in NC. On a flight, I was seated next to a person who had worked for a long time in the furniture industry - I'm not sure his position but he was pretty high up in an administrative type of job. He told me that most of the companies in NC that used to manufacture in the USA now manufacture in China and have been doing so for years.

I know that Flexsteel and Old Hickory Tannery still manufacture in the US, and I believe also Stickley. I don't think EA does.


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RE: Is Ethan Allen made in the USA?

Ordered 6 upholstered (custom) dining chairs from EA this year. They were made Mexico. Spendy, we are very pleased with the quality.
~bgj


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RE: Is Ethan Allen made in the USA?

Most of EA is not USA made.

Some Stickley is made in Viet Nam.


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