I'm assuming this are items for sale, so, what does it mean a lot? You want to make a sale, and you should not save efforts in doing so. Plus, any info that helps you close the sale is always useful. Plus, based in your description, I think you don't have a lot of info, but you have some "noise".
First of all: assuming these are items for sale as mentioned above, I can see 2 common paths:
1. Save for "later purchase"
you're saving items for "later purchase" and not as part of a checkout flow. If this is the case, I'd recommend to try to "close the deal" ASAP and stop worrying about providing "traffic leaks". But if you want to follow this path anyways, there are some things you can consider:
- from your description, you're leaving out the most important part: the call to action or CTA
- as you mention, the user has gone through a selection process, thus he knows some info. So, you only need photo, name, price and some selling points if you wish, like the editor pick, featured, whatever. Note that I left out the COMPARE button. I strongly recommend you to test this, but in general, I avoid users to compare things as much as possible in order to avoid distractions. Your decision, of course, but if you feel like adding more options to the process, try related products (like "users who bought product 1 also bought product 2")
- as I mentioned you don't have a lot of info, as a matter of fact it's pretty restricted. In general, we (I mean my studio) consider A LOT of info anything that can't be added in a clean way in a small phone screen. So I took your info and did this quick mock:
(the 3 circles on top are supposed to be icons for your additional conditions)
See how they fit in a single screen, and as a matter of fact there's still a lot of place. So let's shrink it even more:
See? You don't have a lot of info. And keep in mind I have added a HUGE call to action!
2. Save as part of a checkout process
Here, it's even easier. Just add the picture, name and price. Everything else is noise and absolutely not needed
3. Save as catalog or collection
This is an additional option that could happen if you aren't actually selling, but creating user-driven catalogs. In this case, you may consider the same approach as 1, only that instead of "buy" you should change to "add to catalog" or something like that. This is an unlikely scenario, but since I don't know your real scenario, it's worth mentioning.
Be very careful in adding more friction to a sales process. Any additional link or distraction will affect your sales volume, sometimes to massive extents. Keep things clean and direct. If you want to sell, just SELL, drive the user to the desired end by following logical paths and avoid unnecessary decorations or info that will derail the user for the chosen path