Sale price90 €
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Salt & Pepper Shakers in Holder
Manushi

vintage
Sale price90 €
Sold out
vintage

Enhance the elegance of your dining experience with this exquisite Stainless Steel Salt & Pepper Set in Holders. Crafted with a sleek stainless steel design, this set is the epitome of sophistication and functionality, making it a must-have for any kitchen.

  • The set includes a salt shaker and a pepper mill, both adorned with stunning stainless steel finishes, adding a touch of luxury to your dining table.
  • Keep your seasonings neatly organized and within arm's reach with the included stand, ensuring easy access while cooking.
  • The holders keep the salt shaker and pepper mill upright and easily accessible, exuding a sense of refinement in your kitchen space.
About Shipping & Return Details
Founded by Manuela Wyszynski in 2019, Manushi is a Parisian studio rooted in a profound appreciation for rare vintage and cherished objects. From an initial collection of rare fabrics, her discerning eye guides regular visits to Parisian flea markets, infusing each find with renewed vitality and purpose. Manushi embodies a commitment to cultivating a perpetually evolving curiosity and its ethos of "New forms of life." She equally serves as The Oblist’s Senior Curator.
Return & Exchanges

Vintage Condition Report : Excellent

The salt and pepper shakers measure 2 cm across and 4 cm high holder measure 7 cm high and 5 cm across

Details

The salt and pepper shakers measure 2 cm across and 4 cm high holder measure 7 cm high and 5 cm across

Vintage Condition Report : Excellent

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges

About

Founded by Manuela Wyszynski in 2019, Manushi is a Parisian studio rooted in a profound appreciation for rare vintage and cherished objects. From an initial collection of rare fabrics, her discerning eye guides regular visits to Parisian flea markets, infusing each find with renewed vitality and purpose. Manushi embodies a commitment to cultivating a perpetually evolving curiosity and its ethos of "New forms of life." She equally serves as The Oblist’s Senior Curator.

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