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Pepper vessel
Ted Muehling, 2000
Porzellanmanufaktur Nymphenburg

We were not able to verify whether Don Quijote, who took windmills for dangerous giants, also took a dislike to pepper mills. Rising from the table, pepper mills can indeed seem giantesque – which is why Ted Muehling’s idea of serving pepper in a pretty biscuit porcelain conch is charmingly convincing.

The conch is hand-made from white biscuit porcelain, glazed with a celadon-/apricot-colored or colorless interior surface and is meant to accompany Ted Muehling’s salt conch. We will be happy to provide consulting in our showroom and assist you in finding the perfect model for your dinner table.


H 4 cm L 7 cm W 5 cm
from € 110,00 up
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