Copper and Brass Pepper Mill
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A pepper lover's dream.
This copper and brass pepper mill harkens back to a design used for coffee mills in the early 1900s by Greek soldiers out in the field. Today, it makes a useful and adjustable pepper or spice grinder -- not to mention, a gorgeous addition to your table.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Copper and Brass
2.8" W with handle x 8.25" H
Care & Notes -
The pepper mill has a lacquer on the exterior to prevent a patina from forming. It can be removed with a solvent such as Methyl Ethyl Ketone.
Meet the Maker
Blackberry Farm, nestled in the Smoky Mountain foothills, received its name by chance: in 1939, Florida Lasier was exploring the area where she and her husband decided to settle when she snagged her silk stockings on a wild blackberry bramble and felt a prick of inspiration. Flash-forward to the 1970s, when Kreis and Sandy Beall worked to turn the farm into a 4,200 acre estate. Sam Beall continued his parents' legacy, and it's now known world-wide as a welcoming resort that embraces the ideals of gourmet cuisine and true Southern hospitality.View Full Profile
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