Louis-Sherry Chocolates - 12 Piece Harrison Howard Tin
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Harrison Howard was born in 1954 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Much of his professional career has been devoted to mural work in private homes, and has included screen prints, panels, easel paintings and watercolors. In the most recent years his focus has been on easel painting and limited edition prints, often with bird, animal or floral motifs.
In 1881, Louis Sherry introduced the French chocolate-making tradition to New York and quickly established a reputation for excellence. Sherry's dedication to quality is present today in every truffle we craft. Only the highest quality ingredients, ethically sourced from Ecuador to Madagascar to the Caribbean coast of Venezuela, are used by our master chocolatier. In celebration of our heritage, each array of chocolates is packaged in the traditional Sherry's tin, a recast of the original, now more than 100 years old.
“When it's a matter of good taste--Sherry's.” Such was our founder's promise 130 years ago. We strive to live up to it today.