Holmegaard Palet Salt Mill
Holmegaard Palet Salt Mill – Enjoy some freshly milled salt from this white Palet salt mill The salt mill is made of mouth-blown, painted glass and has a beautiful oak lid and a CrushGrind ceramic mill (like the Grand Cru mill) The Palet range was designed by Michael Bang back in the 1960s, and this recreation of the earlier Holmegaard success story still bears the hallmarks of its provenance and the retro lines from this period The new, updated design fits right in with today’s homes, where new and old meet in new ways Use the salt mill alone on the dinner table, or team it with the black pepper mill in the same range to make an elegant set A great gift idea for all sorts of occasions when design is treasured alongside quality and history.
- SKU: 4343413
- Colour: White
- Material: Crush Grind ceramic mill Oak lid Mouth blown and painted glass
- Diameter: 6.3 cm
- Height: 9.5 cm
Michael Bang (1942-2013) was the son of Jacob E. Bang, Holmegaard’s first designer. In the 1960s and 1970s, Michael Bang was a designer at the Odense Glass Factory, but moved with his family to Holmegaard in the 1980s when he joined the Holmegaard Glass Factory. Here he managed the design of the mouth-blown lamps in opal-white glass in which the glass factory specialised.
Michael Bang was quick-witted, fascinating and fun and able to spellbind an audience when the glass factory organised talks and presentations.
Many of his products have now become collector’s items. Holmegaard carries his vases and flower pot covers in the MB range (1981), the Mandarin lamp (1983) and the Mixed Double bonbonniere (2003).
His Fontaine wine glass range from 1987 with the bubble in the cup of the glass is an example of some of Holmegaard’s most advanced craftsmanship and a current range in the market for exclusive wine service.