Stavros Gkatzoulis

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Simply modern bottle set spells out its contents in a black and white letters, rendered in a bold, contemporary font on white stoneware with wooden lids.

Shop Loft Oil and Vinegar Bottle Set. Simply modern bottle set spells out its contents in a black and white letters, rendered in a bold, contemporary font on white stoneware with wooden lids.

White Ceramic Oil & Vinegar Set

Stylish tableware for every day including glass and ceramic serveware, cake stands, carafes, and contemporary mugs.

True 6.75" Grape Oil And Vinegar Set

True 6.75" Grape Oil And Vinegar Set

i'm a lab rat, i NEED these! so it would be a really nice gift ;) $19.99

Lab Flasks - Oil and Vinegar The ‘Earl' Oil and Vinegar set is a lab ware based cruet set. Inspired by the iconic Erlenmeyer chemistry flask, Earl brings a scientific element to sophisticated dining.

Round Bucket Salt and Pepper and Toothpick Caddy 36.00 This cute tin caddy includes three mason jar shakers. One is for your salt, one is for your pepper and the one with the two holes is a toothpick holder for those warm nights out on your picnic table eating sweet corn on the cob! What could be cuter? 5 x 5 x 2.5"

Round Bucket Salt Pepper and Toothpick Caddy - dia. x Includes green glass Mason Jar salt, pepper, and toothpick shakers.

Amazon.com: 1 X Mason's Jars Box Salt and Pepper Caddy with Wood Handle: Salt And Pepper Shaker Sets: Kitchen & Dining

Mason's Jars Box Salt & Pepper Caddy with Wood Handle - Box of 2 This charming Mason Jar Caddy measures wide, deep, & tall to top of handle. This caddy holds one salt & pepper shaker set with the classic Mason jar logo printed on the front

These are perfect for summer cookouts!!! Jam Jar Salt and Pepper Shakers - Martha Stewart Good Things

mini jam jars as portable salt and pepper dispensers. Martha Stewart Living, July 2011 Place a piece of clear tape over a lid, and use a marker to create a pattern of holes. With a pushpin, pierce the lid at each mark. Remove tape, and head to the picnic.