Typically Swiss prizes

At least 60 typically Swiss prizes are up for grabs in a free draw for all those who take part in our reader survey. These include exclusive Swiss-made items such as a genuine handcrafted cowbell from Glockengiesserei Berger, a Bärau-based bell foundry that has been operating since 1730, as well as a number of Appenzeller belts (“Chüeligurt”) produced by Daniel Fuchs, a craftsman known locally as a Sennensattler, and a Swiss silk scarf from leFoulard (lefoulard.shop), printed in the canton of Glarus. Other typically Swiss prizes include knives and pocket knives from Victorinox as well as leisure products from Swiss mountain sports brand Mammut, not to mention some exceptional cookbooks from Betty Bossy and the AT-Verlag publishing house. The total value of the prizes at the time of going to press was 3,000 Swiss francs.

 

Appenzeller belts “Chüeligurt”

genuine handcrafted cowbell from “Glockengiesserei Berger”

Swiss silk scarf in royalblue from “leFoulard”

cookbooks from “Betty Bossy” in English, German and French

literature in German from Charles Linsmayer, literary scholar and journalist in Zurich

cookbooks and restaurant guides in German from the “AT-Verlag”

kitchen knives from “Victorinox”

chees knives from “Switzerland Cheese Marketing”

beanies made by “Mammut”, labelled “Switzerland Tourism”

 

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