Decorate your kitchen with an antique-inspired object that once symbolized a warm, welcoming home. Hanging salt boxes were prevalent in 18th-century kitchens throughout the colonies and in parts of Europe. They were hung near fireplaces or stoves because heat kept the salt dry, and this placement made it convenient for cooking. Hang this modern adaptation in the kitchen for the same purpose, or put it in your entryway as a unique placeholder for keys and cell phones. Salt box opens to reveal one interior compartment and includes one small drawer at the bottom. The antique, held by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, was made in America between 1750-1790.
Inspired by 18th-century antique
Lidded box with covered compartment
10"L x 7"W x 10"H
Hanging hole at center
Dust with damp soft cloth
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