Danish Cast Iron & Oak Salt Cellar
Salt has never looked so good.
Who knew a salt cellar could have so much countertop appeal? This stunning lil’ bowl gets its modern looks from Danish designer Jakob Wagner, along with Morsø’s many, many decades of metalware-making expertise. The matte black surface you see is cast iron through and through, while the handy lid on top is fashioned from soft oak wood. (Tip: Pair this gem up with the matching pepper grinder, and the lid doubles as a collector for all those leftover flecks.) Once you’re done making magic in the kitchen, go ahead and bring this keeper to the table—it’ll look right at home there, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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Cast Iron, oak wood.
4.00" D x 2.00" H
Care & Notes +-
Hand-wash with warm water when necessary. Not dishwasher-safe. Oil the wooden lid of the cellar with a food-safe vegetable oil once per month. Apply a generous amount of oil & let sit for 10-15 minutes. Afterwards, wipe off with a clean towel. Let sit overnight for the oil to fully absorb once excess is removed.
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