The Profile: Vintage Salt Cellars

The Profile. Vintage Salt Cellars By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary & Entertaining Techniques Cooking & Baking Tutorials Digital Culinary Photo Journalist Editorial Director TV Cooking Personality Menu Planning Southern Recipes Southern Hostess Southern Socials Birmingham AlabamaEntertaining Essentials

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Vintage Salt Cellars

Vintage salt cellars are true gems. Many are crafted from cut glass & accompanied with a miniature heirloom silver spoon although the medium can vary. Those made from metal often times have an etched design over the surface for a lovely finish & quality to them. They can be placed on tables & passed with the pepper during the main meal or integrated into each place setting for use by the guest to season foods. Beyond traditional uses, salt cellar can be styled in a variety of ways when entertaining.

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How To Use Vintage Salt Cellars

Vintage salt cellars should be in your collection of party essentials as they can be integrated into table designs a number of ways. Begin acquiring them from Estate sales & antique markets so they will be available at a moments notice.

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Salt is the most obvious choice to fill these time-honored pieces but they can be displayed in a number of ways that elevate a standard plate of party food. Rosemary Apple-Bourbon Chutney, sauces & salad dressings are lovely ways to add eye-catching appeal to irresistible provisions. Add the condiments to them ahead of time & arrange on a polished silver tray or line them up so guests may fill them however they so please. Aside from food, float single miniature blooms in them & scatter the salt cellars around the space for a sweet look. 

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