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U.S.-made gifts for Britons and Europeans?

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I am always at a loss for U.S.-made gifts that I can bring to Britons and Europeans. Living in Maryland just outside of D.C., I want to give something that is representative of the region or at least of the U.S. AND that will be appreciated by Britons or Europeans AND that can pass through Customs.

I think: Maple syrup? Maple candy? Peanuts? Cranberry preserves? Native American handcrafts? Pecans? Revere-style silver? Trite? Boring?

Anyone on either side of the Atlantic have any ideas? Your suggestions would be a real treasure trove for the next time I need to think of a gift. Many, many thanks!

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