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Marble Salt Keeper

Handcrafted in Pakistan

Availability:
in stock
SKU 7400120

Marble Salt Keeper

Handcrafted in Pakistan

Availability:
in stock
SKU 7400120
Original price $39.99
Original price $39.99 - Original price $39.99
Original price $39.99
Current price $29.99
$29.99 - $29.99
Current price $29.99
STORY
Good people deserve good gifts. The Marble Salt Keeper makes a heartwarming housewarming or host gift for someone whose character is commendable. With a sheesham wood lid and spoon, the marble canister includes a bag of pink salt crystal and is finished with a printed tag reading "Salt of the earth: an individual or group considered as representative of the best or noblest elements of society." This gift was crafted by makers working with Dominion Traders, a third-generation family business that pioneered fair trade practices in Pakistan's stone industry and works with artisans regardless of religion or ethnicity.
DETAILS
  • Marble salt keeper with sheesham wood lid and spoon
  • Includes 3.5 ounces finely ground pink salt crystals (bagged separately)
  • 3DX3H inches, spoon is 4L inches
  • Handmade in Pakistan
ABOUT THE ARTISAN
Dominion Traders
PAKISTAN
Dominion Traders works with underprivileged artisans who make stone and shesham wood crafts in the city of Karachi. It disperses orders to independ...
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SHIPPING & RETURNS

Shipping Policy

Standard shipping generally takes 1 business day to fulfill and 5-8 days to deliver to the continental US. Expedited shipping is available at an additional cost and is not included in free shipping. Expedited shipping generally takes 3-5 business days to arrive.

Return Policy

We have a hassle-free return policy. Eligible returns must be received within 60 days of purchase and in their original condition.

Customer Reviews

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Dan
Great salt keeper

The marble base is nice and sturdy and the wooden top has a slanted inlet that allows the wooden spoon (which measures a half teaspoon) to partially rest inside, handle sticking out, with the lid closed on top. The online pictures don't show this inlet feature so I was very pleasantly surprised to discover it. It is a lot more convenient to have the spoon secured inside vs. just sitting on top of the cellar. My only concern is that the wood portion around the inlet is slightly off-colored from the rest of the lid.