sculptural salt and peppers

posted by the scholar on October 5th, 2007
filed under: clay, design, home accessories

i really need to do a round up post of the best salt and pepper shakers i’ve seen, because there are so many good ones, but for now take a look at this earthenware sal& set from uk designer caterina fadda.

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i appreciate how the pepper shaker nestles into the salt, and the fact that this can stand alone as a mini sculpture on the table, with nothing in it at all!

available for £21.50 (us $44) at the hidden art shop, and they ship around the globe.

via cribcandy


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7 Responses to “sculptural salt and peppers”

  1. technabob Says:

    Can’t beat my pepper mill though…

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bob,

    nice star wars peppermill. is c3po the salt mill?

  3. Evisu Says:

    I like that ;). Its weird that they are both in the same “unit”. Sometimes I dont want salt and pepper!

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi evisu,

    they are not actually attached so you can select whichever seasoning you like!

    nice to see you!

  5. Bri Says:

    What a fun salt and pepper set. If you like nesting ceramics, you should check out http://saengerporcelain.com/cat_ser1.html
    Saenger is an amazing ceramicist, and I got one of his teapots for my husband for our first X-mas together.

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    nice to see you!

    ooh — i love those teapots and sake sets. i smell a post coming on featuring them… thanks for the tip!

  7. Bri Says:

    Yeah, thought you’d like those. I really want one of the sake sets too. I love the little quail look to them. Too bad I don’t drink sake. Maybe I could “force” myself to find some other use for them.

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