- Halo International boasts Unique Products. // Funeral Home & Cemetery News;Dec2010, pB4
The article reports that Halo International Corp. at Cleveland suburb in Twinsburg, Ohio has 651 unique appliquÃ©s available for personalize memorial vases.
- Halo International releases two New Catalogs. // Funeral Home & Cemetery News;Jan2011, pB4
The article offers information on the two new catalog released by the Halo International Corp. to expand the available selection of urns on their current catalog and to showcase the new styles and materials of their memorial urns such as the Companion Urns and Cultured Marble.
- In brief. // Cabinet Maker;1/30/2004, Issue 5373, p5
Reports business developments in England as of January 2004. Presentation of ISO 901:2000 quality mark to Halo International, Halo National Accounts and the Vintage Tanning Co.; Instigation of a mentor scheme at the department store chain John Lewis; Deal betweel Mark Lewis and Scott Thomson.
- A simple easy chair. Clauss, T. // Outdoor Life;Aug88, Vol. 182 Issue 2, p30
Instructions for building an easy chair--one that's deemed `easy' not only because it is comfortable and simple to build, but because it's easy on the checking account. Three of the lightweight, two-piece chairs can be built from one sheet of plywood.
- The planter's chair. Clauss, T. // Outdoor Life;May91, Vol. 187 Issue 5, p50
Offers directions for building a comfortable chair that was originally designed for Jamaican plantation owners and is perfect for outdoor lounging.
- Sitting pretty. // Colonial Homes;Oct88, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p8
Presents Pennsylvania chairs by colonial artisans who were often English emigrants. Chairs from the collection of the Chester County Historical Society. Characteristics, Style.
- In a roundabout way. Hunt, Kenneth // Colonial Homes;Feb95, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p72
Features the roundabout chair. Evolution of style; Design.
- A portable chair to build. Moates, Tom // Country Journal;May/Jun93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p69
Offers instructions for building a wooden buckskinner's chair that is comfortable, portable, unbreakable and inexpensive. Construction details; Materials.
- Sit! Seymour, L.; Wegman, W. // Town & Country;Apr92, Vol. 146 Issue 5143, p148
Analyzes the chair. What it means to different people; At its basic, a chair is simply the uptown cousin of a stool; The comfortable chair is a recent invention; Chair design through history; Photos of different chairs.