A Signature salt mill (small). The Signature salt and pepper mills feature a fully adjustable CrushGrind® mechanism. The ceramic mechanism delivers unrivalled levels of precision and can grind salt, pepper or dried herbs and spices.
Also available: Signature pepper mill (small), Signature salt and pepper mills (medium), Signature pepper mill (large), Signature tray (for medium mills).
Read our guide to learn more about how-to care for your salt and pepper mills, as well as how to refill them.
Part of the Signature kitchen collection, which includes kitchen knives, scissors, utensils, kitchen accessories, kitchen storage and textiles. Each piece has been designed to bring order to your kitchen, with storage and display ideas that will blend the satisfaction of a tidy space with a welcome sense of calm.
The Signature salt mill (small) is made from durable ABS plastic with a stainless steel top.
Care & need to know
The Signature mills have a 10 Year Guarantee.
Delivery & Returns
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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.