Waterford Lismore Salt & Pepper Shakers
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    Our Amare serving collection is a play on proportion and precision. Its mid-century silhouettes feature lustrous metal bases, capped with translucent alabaster lids. The alabaster is made in Italy, by artisans with five generations of knowledge of working with this stone, and the stone comes from the last existing alabaster quarry in Tuscany. The teaspoon in the sugar bowl is actually volumetrically one teaspoon, giving authenticity to the saying: "I'll take a teaspoon of sugar in my coffee."
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    L'Objet's handcrafted salt-and-pepper set brings a sparkling modern element to the table.
  • kate spade new york Salt and Pepper Shakers, Woodland Park Zebra and Giraffe
    macys.com
    Full of personality, animal-shaped salt and pepper shakers are a fun surprise at any table from kate spade new york. Featuring a white zebra and black giraffe with whimsical gold detail.
  • ANNA by RabLabs Amare Serving Set Stainless Steel
    shophorne.com
    Our Amare serving collection is a play on proportion and precision. Its mid-century silhouettes feature lustrous metal bases, capped with translucent alabaster lids. The alabaster is made in Italy, by artisans with five generations of knowledge of working with this stone, and the stone comes from the last existing alabaster quarry in Tuscany. The teaspoon in the sugar bowl is actually volumetrically one teaspoon, giving authenticity to the saying: "I'll take a teaspoon of sugar in my coffee." Includes the sugar bowl and spoon, salt and pepper set, and creamer.
  • ANNA by RabLabs Amare Salt And Pepper Set Gold
    shophorne.com
    Our Amare serving collection is a play on proportion and precision. Its mid-century silhouettes feature lustrous metal bases, capped with translucent alabaster lids. The alabaster is made in Italy, by artisans with five generations of knowledge of working with this stone, and the stone comes from the last existing alabaster quarry in Tuscany. The teaspoon in the sugar bowl is actually volumetrically one teaspoon, giving authenticity to the saying: "I'll take a teaspoon of sugar in my coffee."

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