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The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

€35,00
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More than 200 delicious classic and contemporary Italian vegetarian recipes from the acclaimed Silver Spoon kitchen
Manufacturing:by The Silver Spoon Kitchen
Our Artisan: Phaidon Press, from New York, since 1923
category: Luxury Artisan
Manufacturing: by The Silver Spoon Kitchen
Our Artisan: Phaidon Press, from New York, since 1923
category: Luxury Artisan

We do not make any profit by selling products.

Manufacturer Cost:
€24
Modelling, Materials, Labor, Packaging
Logistic:
€2
Warehousing, Shipment & Return
Operations:
€1,68
Invoicing and Customer Service
Transaction cost:
€0,63
Payment Service Fees
R&D:
€1,10
Research, Design and Development
VAT:
€5,59
Tax amount
TOTAL: €35,00
Retail mark up:
The traditional retail brands calculate with a retail mark-up between 3-6 times the manufacturer costs depending on the product category.

We are collaborating with Retraced to track our complete supply chain so you know where your product is being produced and all raw materials come from. We bring complete transparency to our manufacturing process and the origin of our production.

  • Long-lasting product

Delivery & Returns

3-4 working days

Shipping & Return policy

Quality focus

Quality focus

Accessories

Language: English

Details

Pages: 376 pp

Dimensions

270 x 180 mm

Other

80 Illustrations

Phaidon Press

Home of the visual arts

The company was founded in Vienna in 1923 by Dr Béla Horovitz and Ludwig Goldscheider. Horovitz named the company Phaidon in reference to Phaedo, a Greek philosopher and pupil of Socrates, to acknowledge his love of classical culture.

Phaidon Press

Home of the visual arts

The company was founded in Vienna in 1923 by Dr Béla Horovitz and Ludwig Goldscheider. Horovitz named the company Phaidon in reference to Phaedo, a Greek philosopher and pupil of Socrates, to acknowledge his love of classical culture.

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