Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper
Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper
Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper
Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper
Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper

Mrs. Salt & Mr. Pepper

£68.00
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Brand: Spring Copenhagen

Designer: mencke&vagnby

Mrs. Salt and Mr. Pepper are iconic spice mills that grind from fine to coarse by adjusting on the head. The mills are made of oak wood and appear in male and female silhouettes. An ingenious and uniquely thought-out design makes it possible to avoid the contents sprinkling on the table. This iconic and innovative grinder is perfect for the table or in the kitchen as a decorative piece.

  • 24 cm (h) 6 cm (d)
  • Clean the top regularly with a clean cloth for optimal hygiene and use beeswax regularly to protect the wood
  • Sold individually so you can pair if desired
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Brand: Spring Copenhagen

Designer: mencke&vagnby

Mrs. Salt and Mr. Pepper are iconic spice mills that grind from fine to coarse by adjusting on the head. The mills are made of oak wood and appear in male and female silhouettes. An ingenious and uniquely thought-out design makes it possible to avoid the contents sprinkling on the table. This iconic and innovative grinder is perfect for the table or in the kitchen as a decorative piece.

  • 24 cm (h) 6 cm (d)
  • Clean the top regularly with a clean cloth for optimal hygiene and use beeswax regularly to protect the wood
  • Sold individually so you can pair if desired

Next-day delivery

Most of our items are made-to-order; please consult the estimated dispatch date above. If your item's in stock, it'll be shipped the next working day. Buying a gift for someone? Let us know at checkout and we'll wrap it for you.

Authentic Nordic design

We exist to bring real and authentic Nordic style into British homes. Our collection of Danish furniture and lighting by world-renowned designers sit alongside an array of lifestyle items and home accessories from younger, emerging brands.

Design icons

Some of our pieces are almost a century old. The Nordic design output of the last hundred years (and the personalities of the designers) have become the retroactive benchmark used to critique contemporary Scandinavian design.