The salt and pepper mills are part of the Cylinda-Line by Stelton and were created by Arne Jacobsen. The simple and functional shape makes the mills a timeless design object that matches with both the table of the 60's and the table of today.
Since 1960 the company Stelton aims at producing high-quality tableware and serving utensils made of stainless steel. For that, Stelton was awarded the Industry Prize from the Danish Society for Industrial Design several times. Moreover, many Stelton products are currently exhibited in museums, e.g. the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the British Museum in London and the National Museum for Applied Arts in Munich.
The salt and pepper mills out of the Cylinda-Line by Stelton have a height of 12.5 cm. They consist of mat-polished stainless steel. Together with the ceramic mill work, they grant you a long durability and a lot of pleasure. The pepper mill is marked by a black spot on the closing screw, whereas the salt mill has a white one.