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    Salt and Pepper Mill, black, 19cm, wood

    SKU: 06.6709.4500
    MSRP €39.95

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    Highlights

    • As a German brand WMF is known for its versatile stylish range of products and reliability in quality and finish. For over 160 years WMF has been making cooking, dining and drinking a real experience whilst maintaining professional standards and progressing manufacturing technologies.

    Product description

    The WMF pepper mill is a simple and elegant way of bringing out the savoury taste of pepper. The core of every WMF mill is the original Ceramill ceramic burr grinder. It is harder than steel, wear-free and corrosion resistant. The degree of grinding can be steplessly adjusted by means of the adjustment knob - seasoning is quite effortless. The grinding mechanism in some of the salt and pepper mills is at the top, leaving no traces on the dining table. Good to know: unlike standard salt shakers with holes, salt mills cannot get clogged. Today salt and pepper mills are a welcome accessory for any dining setting. They are available in wood, polished Cromargan®: stainless steel rustproof 18/10 and a combination of glass and stainless steel, or high-grade synthetic material.

    Specifications

    EAN 4000530618818
    Brand WMF
    Size sets 1-pc.
    Material Birch wood
    Material property varnished
    Product properties Ceramill® ceramic grinding mill
    Height (cm) 19
    Color black
    Guarantee 10-year guarantee on the ceramic grinding mechanism
    Care Dishwasher safe
    Design Award Good Design, The Chicago Athenaeum, 2008
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