The Top 'Made in USA' 4th of July 2013 Sales

PHOTO: July 4th Sales of Made in America Products
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To celebrate U.S. Independence Day -- the Fourth of July -- ABC News curated a list of products made in the United States that are on sale this holiday weekend.

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Here is a list of discounts that supports American-made products and the retailers who make and sell them:

T-shirts and DVDs

The aptly named All American Clothing Company is offering a "Buy 1, Get 1 50 percent off" promotion on all T-shirts at www.allamericanclothing.com on July 4 only. The company, based in Arcanum, Ohio, is selling a "Patriot Pack," which includes a T-shirt that states "Land of the Free" and a documentary called "Made in the USA: The 30 Day Journey."

The Perfect Wallet

Boston-based men's clothing and gear company Ball and Buck offers "The Perfect Wallet" at half off for $48. Customers can order the Perfect Wallet through Kickstarter.

Cozy Women's Knits

Women's clothing company Edith A. Miller, founded by Jennifer Murray, 30, and Nancy Gibson, 54, sells products produced in Mohnton, Pa., by one of the country's few remaining knitting mills.

The company says that Edith, "a name popular during the era when the mill was built," is the sister company of Robert P. Miller, the American heritage men's clothing line made at the mill.

Several women's items, such as dresses, jumpsuits, shorts and bralettes, from $25 up are on sale on the websites of Totokaelo and Steven Alan.

Bow ties, pocket squares and more

Everett is hosting a fourth of July sale of its products, made in Brooklyn, N.Y., with the code MADEINNYC for 25 percent off from Wednesday through Thursday.

Vanilla Cake, Cream-Cheese Frosting

Harry & David's Red, White and Blueberry cake is made in the company's bakery and sells for $39.95, a 20 percent discount.

Men's accessories

hook+ALBERT is offering 25 percent off all stripe socks and selected four and five packs of shoelaces. Sale items are up to 45 percent off.

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Men's Underwear and Swimwear

International Jock, based in Los Angeles, is offering 25 percent off every American-made brand.

Throws and bakeware

JC Penney is selling its Cannon River by the Faribault Mill Flag Throw for $75, usually $150.

A striped wool throw, handcrafted in the U.S., is on sale for $36, usually $75.

A USA Pan 6-piece bakeware set is on sale for $89.99, usually $150.

Bling jeans

Juicy Couture's Allover Bling Straight Rolled Jeans are made in the USA, on sale for $119.99, usually $168.

Slick Skincare

All of the skin care products from the New York-based Kiehl's Since 1851 are made in the USA. Through July 7, customers who shop at Kiehls.com will receive a complimentary deluxe sample with any cleanser purchase when they enter the code CLEAN at check out. One of Kiehl's newest products, Skin Tone Correcting and Beautifying BB Cream, has SPF 50 protection and is ideal for the summer.

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jewelry

Kendra Scott will be offering 20 percent off all metals, designed in Austin, and free shipping on all orders Wednesday through Sunday at www.kendrascott.com with the code FIREWORKS.

Grillers Gift

Omaha Steaks' "The Grand Grillers Gift" is offered at $79.99, including free shipping on omahasteaks.com. The set includes filet mignons, top sirloins, boneless chicken breasts and pork chops, Omaha steak burgers, gourmet jumbo franks and stuffed baked potatoes.

The "Perfect tank"

SkinnyTees, which aims to provide the "perfect tank" as well as an assortment of other form-fitting camisoles, dresses, leggings and other items, is offering a 15 percent discount to ABCNews.com readers with the code ABC15 until July 31.

Cupcakes

Sweets-lovers can go to a California-born Sprinkles bakery in Chicago, Dallas, New York, Washington, D.C., and Houston or online through July 7 for a specialty Fourth of July box, complete with six star-topped lemon blueberry cupcakes at $3.50 each.

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