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Old Dutch International 4? Inch Antique Embossed Stovetop Salt & Pepper Set

Old Dutch

Old Dutch International 4? Inch Antique Embossed Stovetop Salt & Pepper Set

  • Hand-embossed salt and pepper set in an antique finish
  • Crafted of copper by skilled artisans
  • Grapevine motif
  • Riveted handles; plastic plugs underneath for filling
  • Each measures 4-1/4 by 2-3/4 inches; wash by hand


"Antique Heritage" Stovetop Salt and Pepper shakers. Large
capacities require filling less often, whether used at stovetop or dining
table. Stainless Steel Construction with an Antique Copper Finish. Coordinates
with other ÀœHeritageÀ items such as Canister Sets, Cookie Jars, and Kitchen
Tool Caddies. Each shaker measures at 3.75" x 2.75" x 4.25".Hand wash only
with a damp cloth and hand dry thoroughly. Do not soak in water. Not
dishwasher safe. The antique look of these salt and pepper shakers
puts them right at home in a kitchen with exposed brick walls and racks of
copper pots. Keep them handy on the stove where they'll season up stews and
roasts with a good hearty shake. A grapevine motif is hand-embossed around the
middle of each shaker by skilled artisans, adding to the old-fashioned
quality. Each features a squared riveted handle and a plastic plug underneath;
the only difference between the two is the number of holes in the domed top.
While copper cookware often comes with a lacquer that needs to be removed
before use, the lacquer on the salt and pepper shakers does not require
removal. Splatters from cooking can be cleaned off with a soft sponge and
detergent; abrasive pads and cleansers will scratch the surface. Each shaker
measures 4-1/4 inches tall and 2-3/4 inches in diameter, excluding the handle.
Care of the copper salt and pepper shakers is easy: wash by hand in warm,
sudsy water, wipe dry, and avoid harsh pads or cleansers that can scratch the
finish. Because Old Dutch copperware is hand-crafted, slight variations from
one piece to another are to be expected. --Ann Bieri