Amefa – Pepper and Salt Mill set – Gold & Black
Enjoy every eating moment with Amefa!
Amefa offers you a wide range of cutlery models and associated products so that you can create the right atmosphere for every occasion. Whether for breakfast with your family, dinner with your friends or a festive barbecue, Amefa has a design for every occasion or style and makes everyday enjoyment of good food even more attractive.
Pepper and Salt Mill set
Pepper and salt are the most commonly used spices in Western cuisine. Then why would you hide them in the kitchen cupboard?
These stylish and colorful windmills are really a sight to behold, so they can be nicely put on the counter or even on the dinner table. This way you give your kitchen a professional touch and you can offer your guests a pinch of salt or pepper in style.
This set consists of two reels, one in black and one gold
The mills are 25.5 cm high
The elegant reels are made of the strong “rubberwood” and are finished with a beautiful glossy coating. Due to the strong ceramic grinding, these mills are very durable and last a long time.
Gold and black are the trend colors of the moment. The colors can be combined well with ice blue, dusty pink, white and silver. As a result, these articles can be used in many living styles. So you can also combine this pepper and salt mill set in the table setting and create your own atmosphere.
This can range from a warm appearance due to the warm color of gold. Do you prefer modern? Then combine gold and black with other (metal) shades such as steel and silver. In addition to luxury, this also gives a tough and industrial look.
Do you prefer rural? Then combine gold and black with wooden accessories.
Amefa stands for “Apeldoornse Messenfabriek” and was founded in 1931. Amefa has since grown into one of Europe’s most important suppliers of cutlery, kitchen knives and related table and kitchen supplies. Amefa carries several brands, including Amefa, Richardson Sheffield, Paul Wirths and Lou Laguiole. Amefa’s head office is located in Apeldoorn, but it also has its own branches in England, Germany, France, Poland and Hong Kong and sells its products in more than 50 countries worldwide.