Show me your peppermill

olive
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Re: Show me your peppermill

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This thread is very relevant to my interests! We’ve had the same salt and pepper mills for years (Cole and mason I think?) that died a few years ago and instead of replacing I keep buying the pre filled ones as I never get around to it.

I’m going to look into the Peugeot ones.

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absley
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Re: Show me your peppermill

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Always Peugeot for us too - D used to work for them so there's no other option. He always checks what restaurants use and it's amazing how often it's Peugeot.

We have two sets - clear plastic (15+ years old) and a wooden set with sterling silver tops, which are pleasingly heavy in the hand (we saw these at Galvin La Chapelle and fell in love with them, so I bought a set for D's birthday one year).

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nineseven
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Re: Show me your peppermill

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emma_p wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 3:22 pm
I bought S this classic Peugeot one years ago. We take it on holiday and it was one of the few kitchen items we brought in our suitcases when we moved each way. Can't be without it!

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I have this exact one too :love:

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