Williams Sonoma Copper Salt & Pepper Mills
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Designed in-house, our salt and pepper mills are crafted exclusively for Williams Sonoma in a workshop in northern Italy that specializes in turned wood products. Artisans employ traditional woodworking techniques to create this classic silhouette, which is finished with lustrous copper plating for exceptional color and shine.
- Crafted of solid beech wood with lustrous copper plating.
- Ceramic mechanism in salt mill and carbon-steel mill in pepper mill are engineered to resist corrosion and optimize grinding.
- Steel knob on top allows you to adjust grind from ultrafine to coarse.
- Mills come prefilled with salt crystals and whole peppercorns.
- Designed and developed by Williams Sonoma.
- Sold individually or as a set of 2, one of each.
- Made in Italy.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Simply unscrew the top of each mill to easily refill it.
- 6 1/2" high.
- Made in Italy.
- Use & Care
- Pepper mill: Use only black, white or mixed peppercorns in this mill. Not suitable for green or pink peppercorns. Do not place salt or other spices in mill.
- Salt mill: Use only coarse sea salt or kosher salt in this mill. Not suitable for wet salts. Do not place pepper or other spices in mill.
- Do not grind mill without pepper or salt inside because this will damage the mechanisms.
- Wipe exterior with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly.
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I purchased a salt mill from you and the salt doesn't grind. Don't know what to do.Hi Alicia, We recommend trying the following steps: Open up the mill. Discard the contents. Clean the mill and grinding mechanisms with a small dry brush. Wipe the body of the mill with rubbing alcohol. Air dry all parts for at least 24 hours. Add dry rock or sea salt to the salt mill. Include a few grains of rice to absorb any moisture. Lubricate the threaded part of the mill, lightly using cooking oil and fingers, to prevent salt corrosion and increase the ease of assembly. Adjust for the desired coarseness of salt by tightening or loosening the screw that connects to the grinding mechanism. Reassemble the mill. Test by turning the grinder knob. Store the salt mill in a cool, dry place.Date published: 2019-06-24