Harold Import Company Releases Catalog

LAKEWOOD, N.J.-Housewares company Harold Import has mailed out its newest catalog, which contains 260 pages and more than 300 new products from dozens of categories, including Transitionals souffles, creme brulees and ramekins, Essentials kitchen tools, baking and food preparation, coffee and tea accessories, kitchen gadgets and woven textiles.

 

This year's catalog features the seventh consecutive H. Hargrove painting to grace its cover, called "The Town of Erice," representing the Italian town of Erice (pronounced EH-ri-chay) and incorporating Harold Import brands. Dating back 2,000 years, Erice is perched high on a mountain in the province of Trapani, in Sicily, and is one of the places the Italian born Hargrove puts on his must-visit list every time he's in Italy, the company said.

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