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Coasters in Guatemala Marble - Set of 2

Coasters in Guatemala Marble - Set of 2

€50,00
Unit price
per 
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€95,00
Retail price
Since centuries, the natural stone marble has been the incarnation of style and beauty. Even artists such as Michelangelo made use of the beautifully timeless material marble for their sculptures. This trivet made of the famous green Guatemala marble will upgrade any dining table. The bottom made of cork is an essential detail in the use of the trivet.
Manufacturing:Handmade in Italy
Our Artisan: Fiammetta's Cava, from Carrara, since 1818
category: Luxury Artisan
Our Marble manufacturers produce for some of the world's most reknown brands like: Saint Laurant, Moncler
Manufacturing: Handmade in Italy
Our Artisan: Fiammetta's Cava, from Carrara, since 1818
category: Luxury Artisan
Our Marble manufacturers produce for some of the world's most reknown brands like: Saint Laurant, Moncler

We do not make any profit by selling products.

Manufacturer Cost:
€31,97
Modelling, Materials, Labor, Packaging
Logistic:
€5,00
Warehousing, Shipment & Return
Operations:
€2,24
Invoicing and Customer Service
Transaction cost:
€0,90
Payment Service Fees
R&D:
€1,91
Research, Design and Development
VAT:
€7,98
Tax amount
TOTAL: €50,00
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.

  • Guatemala Marble
  • Long-lasting product

Delivery time:

3-4 working days

Shipping & Return policy

Quality focus

Quality focus

Accessories

With Cork Base

Color

Green

Details

Set of 2 pieces

Dimensions

D: 10cm H: 1cm

Material

Guatemala Marble

Fiammetta

Carrara Marble at its finest since 1818

The history of our family's marble began in 1818, when Duchess Maria Beatrice d'Este granted the family the right to excavate the white marble of Carrara. Since the nineteenth century, the family's quarry supplied marble for the construction of public works in the most important European capitals.

Fiammetta

Carrara Marble at its finest since 1818

The history of our family's marble began in 1818, when Duchess Maria Beatrice d'Este granted the family the right to excavate the white marble of Carrara. Since the nineteenth century, the family's quarry supplied marble for the construction of public works in the most important European capitals.

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