Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar
Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar
Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar
Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar
Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar
Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar

Copper Salt + Pepper Cellar

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Inspired by a double cellar found in France. The top salt cellar fits securely in place over the pepper cellar, and features a lid with a brass knob. Perfectly kept by the stove for seasoning your cooking!

This piece is vintage character and modern luxury copper ware with timeless style and functionality - and will be cherished for generations to come. The perfect showpiece for your kitchen or table!

* Lined with tin.

* Dimensions 5.5" total height.

* Each cellar 3.25" diameter x 2.25" height.

Made in Europe.

 

Use and care tips:

  • Your piece has been hand-tinned using the 'wiping' technique and therefore swirls and bumps are inherent (especially in antique, very old pots) and do not affect the quality of use.

  • Only use wood or silicon-coated utensils when cooking with your newly tinned pot. Do not use metal or sharp utensils (even a fork) that could scratch or gouge the tin surface.

  • The surface of your pot is almost 'non-stick' and should not be scrubbed with abrasive sponges or brushes. A reminder that tin melts at 450F, so never heat your cookware while empty or use it in a hot oven without food inside.

  • Hand-wash and dry immediately for best results. Polish the exterior as desired.

  • Copper is a super-reactive metal and sensitive to changes in temp and moisture and even light. So just by being in your kitchen (or even in storage) the copper will discolor or darken and marks will appear. If it bothers you to have it that way between uses, just do a quick polish. You can do a 'dry method' for quick touch-ups or a full polish method (rinsing with water) for bigger jobs.

  • How can I keep my copper cookware gleaming?

    • Traditional polishing methods include using lemons and salt, white vinegar and salt or commercial liquids and pastes made for copper.


              

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