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Personalised Cartridge Salt & Pepper Shakers - Mr & Mrs

 
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Product Description
We know that there's nothing quite like rustling up a home-cooked meal for you and your loved one! It's time to set the mood with some candlelight, put on some music and pour the wine...ah bliss!

Yet why is it that just as you sit down to tuck into your culinary creation, cutlery poised, you realise you've forgotten to get the salt and pepper from the kitchen - again! And it's no wonder you forget about them when they look so uninviting...

Our personalised salt and pepper shakers are the answer to your lacklustre condiment canister prayers! Made from stainless steel in a polished silver and gold-coloured metal, the shakers are shaped like a gun cartridge and are sure to add style and finesse to your dining table! 

Reading 'Mr [Surname]' on the salt and 'Mrs [Surname]' on the pepper shaker in an elegant script font, you can add a surname to be engraved in an upper case font for that extra special touch. A charming wedding, anniversary or Valentine's Day gift that they definitely won't go forgetting about!

What Can I Put On My Salt & Pepper Shakers? 

Personalise it with a surname of your choice, using up to 12 characters.

Use our innovative preview feature to see how your personalisation will look. Simply enter the surname you wish to appear and press the Preview button. 

Dimensions (approx.): Height: 8cm x Diameter: 3.5cm 

Material: Stainless steel

Contents: 1x Salt Shaker (3 Holes), 1x Pepper Shaker (5 Holes)
Customer Reviews (4)

100% would recommend this to a friend

5
/ 5
Sooo pleased!
Fast delivery and really pleased!
By Mandy from Norfolk
5
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Soooooo pleased!
Fast delivery and not disappointed!!
By Mandy from Norfolk
5
/ 5
Fantastic purchase
The salt and pepper cartridges are lovely and the happy couple over the moon with them thank you very much.
By Smeg from Preesall Lancashire
5
/ 5
Great
Bought the salt and pepper for our sisterand brother in law.they loved the idea of their surname being on them
By Keypaeganpiggy from Lincolnshire
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