Jonathan Adler was born in farm town in New Jersey, 1966. Jonathan Adler's pottery begins its life in our Soho studio, where Jonathan and his team design and sculpt every prototype. The product you are viewing is produced by skilled artisans at our main workshop in Peru. They make molds from our prototypes and then hand craft each piece from high-fired stoneware or porcelain. Our Peruvian workshop was found through Aid to Artisans, a non-profit organization that connects designers in America with artisans in developing countries to promote fair trade.
|Item: Salt And Pepper Sets||Material: Stoneware|
|Color: White||Size: Less Than 4"|
|Style: Novelty||Country of Manufacture: Imported|
Questions & Answers
Jonathan Adler Elephants Salt and Pepper Mills
Jacqueline from GREENWICH, CT– Verified Buyer
These beautifully made shakers add a lovely touch of whimsy to a family or 'grown up' table setting.
Well crafted & useful
K.J. from Saratoga Springs, NY– Verified Buyer
The salt and pepper mills were shipped very quickly and well packaged. They are very well crafted, study and beautiful; and occupy the center of our breakfast table. Everytime I use them they make me smile because of their uniqueness.
deb from hampton, NH– Verified Buyer
The salt and pepper shakers are lovely, of course, but the decorated box cam with a huge green sticker plastered over the top. SInce the box is celery part of the presentation, this was disappointing to say the least.
Katie from Ogden, UT– Verified Buyer
I love these little Salt and Pepper shakers. They were a splurge for my new apartment, and I can't wait for my first dinner party to show them off. I'm not sure which is supposed to be for salt and which for pepper as there aren't any markings on them. I guess i can use whichever I want.
Beautiful gift but box was disappointing
Molly from Somerville, MA– Verified Buyer
These were a gift to my sister. She loves anything Jonathan Adler and she adored the elephants. The one disappointment was that there was a large packaging sticker placed directly on the decorative box; I spent 20 minutes trying to scrape it off with a razor blade. Of course there was adhesive residue and bits of paper left over and so it marred the presentation of the box.