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Deluxe Dinner Party Set - Edible Gold Leaf, Gold Flake and Brush

Deluxe Dinner Party Set - Edible Gold Leaf, Gold Flake and Brush

Deluxe Dinner Party Set - Edible Gold Leaf, Gold Flake and Brush

Ref: 2319/C2
This glittering gift of edible gold is perfect for adding some sophisticated glitz and glamour to the dinner table. With 12 leaves of fine gold leaf to embellish your gourmet dish and a sprinkler of gold flakes to pour into the champagne toast this is the complete gold dining experience.

Each gift pack contains:
  • 1 x Edible Gold Leaf Booklet ( 12 leaves, 50 x 50mm) (E175)
  • 1 x Fan Brush
  • 1 x Gold Flake Shaker (100mg) (E175)

This item can be sent as a gift directly to a recipient with the option of including a gift card and personalised message. If you would like to send a gift please follow the instructions at checkout.
Price:30.95
37.14 inc VAT

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Type of Giftwrapping
  • Standard   
  • Valentines   



Important Safety Information
Edible 23ct Gold Leaf is available in different forms, known as food colouring agent E175, as designated by the European Commission (EC). Edible Silver Leaf is known as E174. Both are designated as limited additives for chocolates. Edible gold leaf Flakes and Dusts are also offered in certain countries with specific exemptions for use in sparkling wines, liquors and other alcoholic beverages.

23ct Edible Gold leaf and Edible Silver leaf are manufactured with extreme care and controls and adhere to the FDA guidelines of edibility. Edible leaf has no taste or smell but has a very luxurious appearance. All of the products hold safety certification and are Halal and Kosher. Certification is available on request. All of our products comply with US and EU safety standards. Each item bears the manufacturers name, address and the lot number of the product. 

We recommend that interested parties refer to individual countries’ particular legislation regarding the use of these products where they will be offered