I rode the train next to the former Ghurka store manager for SF who updated me on the company. When she was there it was still owned by the original owner and everything was made in USA. About 2004 new owners bought the company and started making things in China but most of all tried to make it into a fashion and women's handbag company. The good news is that there are now new owners who are dedicated to making everything once again in the USA and with a return to quality travel and men's accessories.
If you go to their website and sign up with your email address you will receive $100 off a $600 purchase right now.
I own several Ghurka bags from the 80's-2003. I get tons of compliments on them.
I used to work right around the corner from that store, and regret not having bought one of their satchels (paying $700 for a bag was a big deal for me at the time).
VentePrivee.com had a sale on Ghurka bags a few months ago, with significant discounts, unfortunately they had all sold out by the time I found out about it (curse you, time difference!).
I have one of their folding valet trays, and one of the snap rivets fell off. I sent it to them and they fixed it free of charge in their Connecticut workshop, so at least you know it's a company that stands behind its products (that was during the dark made-in-China days, BTW).
Nordstrom carries a selection of Ghurka bags in some of their stores.