Consumers are invited to the annual mega warehouse sale of house wares in New Castle, DE on Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12. Thousands of people converge on the industrial complex in the first state each year for bargains and factory seconds from premium European brands: Emile Henry, Duralex, LeKue, Mauviel and Rösle.
Cooking enthusiasts will have opportunity to buy, at factory prices, the stainless steel garlic press, the French ceramic pie dish, the copper skillet or the hundreds of other kitchen products, they’ve been coveting for years. The two-day sale is on Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12 in the Centerpoint Business Complex, in New Castle, DE. Cash and credit cards will be accepted. For additional information on the sale, please call 302-326-4800.
For cooks who don’t know these brands, Emile Henry colorful, all natural, heirloom quality ovenware and tableware is made from Burgundian clay in the French town of Marcigny. Mauviel cookware, one of the only copper cookware manufacturers left in the world today, is made in Normandy of 90-percent copper and lasts a lifetime. RÖSLE award winning, German designed kitchens tools are backed by a lifetime warranty. Duralex is the French manufacturer of the renowned French Picardie drinking glasses and Lys glass bowls. LeKue is the Spanish manufacturer of platinum silicone cooking tools and bakeware designed for healthy cooking.
Products from all five brands are sold in the premier kitchen stores and online catalogs had have been featured in hundreds of articles and shows in the national media including the Today’s Show, Good Morning America, Food Network, Cooks Illustrated, Fine Cooking, New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, The Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping Magazine and the Los Angeles Times.
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