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Squared and irregular, these hand built vessels are modern and simple.
They are glazed in a transparent yellow hue that runs nicely in the words "sugar", "pepper", and "salt" I stamped on the outside. They were fired in the kiln twice, like all my pieces, to ensure durability.
The bottoms of these geometric containers are left unglazed and natural: they are nice to the touch and won't move around you table.
They are so cute that I am sorry to let them go, but they will bring color and fun to your table, so enjoy!
You will receive the three vessels together with three durable bamboo spoons (free with this purchase).

This listing is for one ready-to-ship set. Also note every piece is made and painted by hand, so expect small differences in size and design from the one pictured.
*The yellow glaze is actually paler than the picture*


Pepper measures approximately 1.5"x1.5"x1.5" (4x4x4cm), Salt 2"x2"x1.5" (5x5x4cm), Sugar 3"x3"x2" (7.50x7.50x5cm)

The spice cellars are also available in red, lime green, electric blue, yellow, and coral.
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Rossella Manzini

Ceramic Salt, Pepper, and Sugar Cellars in Yellow

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, yellow glaze
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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