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Beautiful and useful, this lovely handmade pottery salt shaker features a unique fill-and-shake-from-the-bottom funnel, see the third picture for a close up view. There is no stopper!

To fill, turn over and pour salt into the funnel. Turn the shaker upright. The salt will be caught between the funnel and the walls. Shake to dispense, some salt will make its way through the top of the funnel and scatter onto your food. Hard to describe, but very easy to use!

A orange sculpture for your table with a secret use!

Measures approximately 3x3x4.5".

P.S. It also works well for ground pepper! Look for a coordinating fruit here...

This is a representative photo -your shaker will be very similar and I guarantee that it will be just as nice!

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All pottery from StudioÉLAN is created by hand from soft clay using the potter’s wheel or slabroller. The clay used is durable stoneware. The glazes are non-toxic. Pieces can be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher, although handwashing will prolong their life. I hope you enjoy using it as much as I enjoy making it!

I refund excess shipping on multiple items.

I ship internationally.

I am open to both custom and wholesale orders.

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Eleanor Hendriks

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Orange Salt Shaker / Handmade Wheel Thrown Pottery


  • Materials: pottery, ceramic, stoneware, clay, orange green glaze
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 501 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people