NB: I have read the earlier post Textbooks on set theory, but the information in that post is not sufficiently specific to answer my question here.
To put it somewhat glibly, I am looking for a book that does for elementary set theory what Edmund Landau's Foundations of Analysis does for analysis.
In other words, I am looking for a book on elementary set theory that explicitly proves everything it asserts, no matter how obvious the assertion or how tedious, or "routine", the proof.
Such a book not only avoids "proofs" such as "obvious", "routine", "exercise" but also the likes of "by induction on $\alpha$", or "proof sketches" in general.
As for coverage, the book should at least cover ordinals and cardinals, and, especially, their respective arithmetics.
EDIT: Since this post has received nothing approaching an answer, I think it is in order to relax the requirements somewhat. Please regard the description above as "an ideal to strive for," and propose candidates that you consider approach it most closely.