The use of salt cellars can be dated back millennia to imperial Rome, where they were a sign of great wealth. (The now ubiquitous seasoning wasn't always so easy to find.) In our day, the salt shaker has conquered the dinner table, but a sleek, contemporary take on the classic is here to rule the table again. A base of glazed white ceramic meets a teak spoon and lid for a clean piece that befits any modernist’s table.
A sign of great wealth?... might be a stretch. But a sign of great taste? Most definitely.
Tip of the Tongue:
Measuring just over 2 inches tall, it’ll hold plenty of salt for the week's dinners, but it doesn't dominate the table. For some really unique flavors to fill the cellar, check out Jacobsen Salt Co.’s Black Garlic Salt or their Flaky White Finishing Salt.
Hand carved of white marble and sustainable rosewood. Variations in the color and veining of each piece of marble and wood make each server a singular work of art. Set includes serving fork and spoon. Size: 12"L x 2.75"W. Care Instructions: Hand wash. Use mineral oil as needed. Do not soak under water for long periods of time. Do not put in the refrigerator or freezer.