Drift pinch pots are designed to sit together as a pair, the fluidity of the steel shapes contrasting with the angular wooden stand and forming a unique statement for the table. Each pinch pot is pressed from 18/10 stainless steel, hand finished and displayed on a walnut base. Ideal for salt and pepper, condiments, spices or dips.
The shape of the individual pinch pots reflect the larger Drift bowls on a miniature scale. Whatever the occasion, elevate it with our extensive Drift Collection; including candle holders, salt and pepper shakers, pinch pots, bowls, trays, pitchers and collection of barware.
The Drift pinch pot and stand set is made from finest 18/10 stainless steel with a mirror-polished finish. The wooden stand is made from oiled Walnut.
Care & Need to Know
To find out how to care for your Robert Welch salt & pepper pots, please see our Tableware Product Care page.
The Drift pinch pots have a Lifetime Guarantee. The stand has a 2 Year Guarantee.
Delivery & Returns
UK standard delivery is free for orders of £50 and over, and £3.50 for orders under £50. Delivery is normally made within 2-4 working days. Subject to stock availability. Please see our Delivery page for more information, other options or for delivery times to other territories.
We pride ourselves on our consistent delivery promise and often exceed customer expectations, however, please be aware that we may need to change our delivery timescales when we are unfortunate enough to experience operational challenges.
If you would like to contact us about your delivery, the Customer Care Team are available on 01386 840 522, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm GMT (excluding Bank Holidays), via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through live chat on the website, 7 days a week.
For further information, please see our Delivery page.
Designing the Robert Welch way
Robert Radford Welch MBE, RDI was one of the most respected British designers of the 20th-century. He believed that everyone should be able to use beautifully designed products in everyday life. After training as a silversmith at the Royal College of Art in London, he specialised in design for stainless steel, establishing a company in his own name in 1955.
Today, the company works to ensure its rich legacy remains an inspiration to the design team, whilst continuing to innovate in terms of technique and technology.