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Perfex Pepper & Salt Mills

Heavy aluminum, with a carbon-steel grinding mechanism and a classic, simple design. Adjustable grind mechanism. Pull-out chute for easy loading. 4" tall.Read More

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Heavy aluminum, with a carbon-steel grinding mechanism and a classic, simple design. Adjustable grind mechanism. Pull-out chute for easy loading. 4" tall.
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Glad I have this
Purchased this ""old fashioned"" pepper mill a few months ago. I liked the vintage appeal and mostly it was about the looks. Here's the wonderful news: It's easy load, easy to operate & I see this as lasting generations! Also, I like to SEE my pepper (not so finely ground) and this is wonderful for that. Honestly, it's the perfect way to dispense pepper. I was thinking about getting an electric one (for the table) but am still on the fence since I feel spoiled with this tried & true product. If you're picky about food (and pepper) and don't mind hand grinding (not difficult) then this is your ""go to"" grinder
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October 28, 2011
Great Peppermill
My husband and I bought one of these wonderful peppermills in the early '60s. Still works beautifully. I bought another one in the late '80s, use it daily. It also still works beautifully with no problems with grind selection, loading is so easy and I love the way it looks which is why we bought it in the first place. The one I just purchased from SLT was for my daughter. She requested it as a birthday gift. Now she wants the salt mill as well. I highly recommend this charming and well designed peppermill - works forever
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November 30, 2013
My go to wedding gift
My family has used Perfex pepper mills for at least the last 50-60 years. My mom's was handed down to my sister so I had to buy my own when I got married. I bought one for my daughter when she grew up and she still uses & loves it. Now I give them as wedding gifts to any serious cook or family member. I have never had a problem with my Perfex pepper mill. Love them!
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Pepper mill was a gift. Really, really like it. Assume salt mill will be as satisfactory. Easy to fill, nice compact size for counter and table.
DIANA K on Jun 17, 2015
I bought it as a gift on the recipients recommendation
BETH H on Apr 29, 2015
Very reliable and durable mill. I have had two over the last 20 years and am ordering another for a friend.
Sylvie G on May 15, 2015
They are unique gifts that hopefully last a long time and bring back memories of their wedding day.
Robert P on Apr 18, 2015
Where were these salt and pepper shakers made?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2012
Best Answer: Heavy aluminum, with a carbon-steel grinding mechanism and a classic, simple design. Adjustable grind mechanism. Pull-out chute for easy loading. 4"" tall. Made in France
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Apr 5, 2012
are these $90.00 each?
A shopper on Sep 20, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, these are priced individually.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Sep 21, 2014
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Does the salt mill corrode?
c b on Jun 21, 2015
Best Answer: To be honest, I only have the pepper, my salty mill, which I seldom use (because I use kosher salt and sel Gris for seasoning, and MALDON and flour de sel for finishing) has a ceramic burr, rather than steel. I will volunteer that I've had my PERFEX since 1975: it was the first kitchen tool I ever bought. It was even more expensive THEN than it is now, and $90 was a big deal when I was earning $50 A week in Summer stock; but I've never regretted it. I've dropped it in soup and stock pots several times, and it still works like a dream.
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I love my peppermill and salt grinder, but would love to know how to clean them? I have had them for approximately 5 years and need to keep their appearance as good as their terrific ability
A shopper on May 28, 2015
Best Answer: Mine are aluminum so I just wipe them with a damp cloth. The ouside acquires a fine patina with age and I haven't needed to clean the inside.
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