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salt cellar-love the wooden top on this.  Make or find one to fit my own salt cellar?

salt cellar-love the wooden top on this. Make or find one to fit my own salt cellar?

Hold the salt. Made of mango wood, our Wood + Copper Salt Cellar is easily accessible for cooking and keeps crystals fresh and moisture-free with its copper plated lid.

Hold the salt. Made of mango wood, our Wood + Copper Salt Cellar is easily accessible for cooking and keeps crystals fresh and moisture-free with its copper plated lid.

A friend of mine gave me a salt pig for my wedding shower, and now I'm obsessed with them..or maybe i just really like the name...

Salt Pig or Salt Cellar in Turquoise

A friend of mine gave me a salt pig for my wedding shower, and now I'm obsessed with them..or maybe i just really like the name...

this is a great little salt pig.  the unglazed inside keeps salt from clumping as it absorbs the moisture.

Salt Pig or Salt Cellar Unglazed on the Inside in Slate Blue- Made to Order

this is a great little salt pig. the unglazed inside keeps salt from clumping as it absorbs the moisture.

Pot en céramique avec récipient salière couvercle avec couvercle en grès céramique cave pour sel poivre herbes épices turquoise vernis

Ceramic jar with lid salt cellar container with lid stoneware pottery cellar for salt pepper herbs spices turquoise glaze

Pot en céramique avec récipient salière couvercle avec couvercle en grès céramique cave pour sel poivre herbes épices turquoise vernis

Farmhouse Big Bee Salt Cellar from @bowlandpitcher - featured today on the blog as one of my favorite Market Finds for this month

Farmhouse Big Bee Salt Cellar from @bowlandpitcher - featured today on the blog as one of my favorite Market Finds for this month

"Salt wasn’t always shake-able. In the early part of the 20th century, the Morton Salt Company of Chicago added magnesium carbonate to their salt to make it flow. Before that, salt was clumpy and rough, served in little containers (salt cellars) that you’d pinch your serving out of. Of course, if you were fancy, you’d have something like these silver seashells, with accompanying tiny spoons."

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"Salt wasn’t always shake-able. In the early part of the 20th century, the Morton Salt Company of Chicago added magnesium carbonate to their salt to make it flow. Before that, salt was clumpy and rough, served in little containers (salt cellars) that you’d pinch your serving out of. Of course, if you were fancy, you’d have something like these silver seashells, with accompanying tiny spoons."

Turned from gorgeous claro walnut kitchen pinch pot and carved spoon. Wonderful for salt, rubs for the grill or that special mix for your

Claro Walnut Spice Bowl and Spoon, Kitchen Pinch Bowl, Carved Salt Cellar Spoon, Small Wood Bowl, Hostess and Gourmet

Turned from gorgeous claro walnut kitchen pinch pot and carved spoon. Wonderful for salt, rubs for the grill or that special mix for your

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