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Porcelain White Salt Tub Pillivuyt

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White Porcelain Pillivuyt Porcelain Salt Tub Dish £10.99
Porcelain White Salt Tub Pillivuyt

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This white mini dish is perfect to grace any table - whether you use them for salt, pepper, seasonings, chilli sauce, soy sauce, dipping sauces, olive oil or anything else that takes your fancy.


Why not dispense with salt and pepper shakers and set the table with this range of mini dishes? Sometimes described as pinch pots, these elegant, yet simple beautiful white porcelain with this classic, timeless design from Pillivuyt is ideal for serving salt and pepper by hand or spoon. Elizabeth David never understood the need for salt mills and urged people use good old-fashioned salt cellars.


They are all round winners.


White Pillivuyt Porcelain Salt Tub: The Pillivuyt Porcelain Salt tub is a much higher grade of porcelain that the Chomette.  It is a genuine pleasure to hold and use - it has little ridges or ribbbed on the outside and two small handles. Made in France. 6.5 cms diamer, height to lip 1.5 cms.



Sophie's comment:


These Pillivuyt salt tubs are a real pleasure to use and hold, whether you put salt, sauces or anything else, they are just delightful and simple.


 

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