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Buroni

25 Corso Camillo Benso Cavour, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy

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PELLETTERIE e VALIGERIE A PAVIA

Nel 1937, in un piccolo laboratorio artigiano, animato da un’innata passione per la tradizione manifatturiera, viene fondata l’azienda Buroni. Oggi l'attività prosegue nei due punti vendita ubicati nel centro storico di Pavia e in un Outlet Store.
Come allora, la filosofia non è cambiata: cultura della qualità, a favore della soddisfazione della clientela.
Decenni di esperienza si traducono in attenzione ai trend di settore, senza trascurare ricerca e tradizione: un mix di professionalità e competenza che raccoglie le migliori firme della categoria esistenti sul mercato.
25 Corso Camillo Benso Cavour, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy

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