[Sca-cooks] OT: gold leaf, new prices
Guenièvre de Monmarché
guenievre at erminespot.com
Mon Mar 26 10:11:34 PDT 2007
What's the difference between the edible/inedible, that makes the edible
cheaper? Is it thinner? (I'm a cook and sometimes scribe, and am curious as
to whether it's worth buying 2 different types...)
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> Subject: [Sca-cooks] OT: gold leaf, new prices
> i finally got the price list from the other supplier! and they are much
> the 23k edible gold leaf (loose) is $20.50 per booklet (25 leaves) but
> i had
> to buy a box of 20 booklets.
> i went ahead and ordered a box, so for all of you that want a booklet
> cost (plus shipping).. get it now!
> for illuminating and stuff (not food)
> the current prices on patent leaf........
> 24 k $26.20 per booklet
> 23k $23.63 per booklet
> 22k 20.63 per booklet
> the lady said dont bother buying the 23k patent, as it looks and
> much the same as the less expensive 22k ... neither is going to tarnish
> indoor work.. however she did say some folks just want to use the 24k.
> i also ordered a sample agate burnisher to see how their quality is....
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