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Stanton Manufacturing would like to introduce you to it's line of quality wooden products including wood and wooden boxes. They are crafted in the U.S.A. from walnut, alder, aromatic cedar and cherry. We do offer custom items and woods to fit all your needs, if you don't see exactly what you want give us a call to discuss your requirements. We have full finishing capabilities to produce a quality lacquer finish on most items. Located within our facility is equipment and experience necessary to handle high volume production runs. CNC routers, late model turning lathes and other equipment allows us to produce a variety of items suitable for your home, business, or office. 
If you have questions or would like to place an order please call us at 888-556-0759. Orders will be shipped via U.P.S., shipping charges will be added to your order. At Stanton Manufacturing we strive to produce quality products by combining superior workers and the latest technology. We combine technology with the skill of master craftsmen to deliver orders which are of the highest quality and delivered on time. Stanton Manufacturing was founded in 1934 by Lon Stanton and moved to it's present location in 1946. We began making novelty items from Eastern Red Cedar. Today Lon's children and grandchildren operate the business and have expanded into a 45,000 square foot facility with 20 employees utilizing many different species of wood to produce high quality products. Our family is proud to have served many customers during this time and look forward to a lasting business relationship with you. We thank you for your interest in our company, if you have further questions about our capabilities feel free to call us at 573-365-2441 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CST Monday - Thursday.

Employee photo from the late 1940's taken at the present day location of Stanton Manufacturing

Some of the first souvenir items produced by Stanton Manufacturing

The original home of Stanton Manufacturing located on Business Hwy 54 in Lake Ozark, MO
This structure was destroyed by fire during World War II
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