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Handmade salt cellars from ceramicist Rae Dunn

Salt cellar San Francisco ceramicist Rae Dunn sells her work online at her shop on Etsy. I’m taken with her salt cellars with the word SALT written in tall skinny letters.

Her chunky handmade aesthetic also shows up in her sets of ceramic napkin rings with the numbers 1 to 4 stamped into the clay. 

Numbers aren’t your thing? She also makes the rings with the doggy commands “sit," "stay," "speak" and "beg” stamped in the clay. Napkin rings come in their own muslin bag.

Salt cellars, $24. Set of four napkin rings, $40 and $42. Shipping, $5.

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Photo: Salt cellar. Credit: Rae Dunn / Etsy

 

 
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