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"Saltepper" Salt & Pepper Shaker won GoodDesign 2000

  A user-friendly integration of traditional salt and peppershakers. Inspired by the identical forms of the Siamese Twin, the pair is attached yet separate. Convenient and easy to use, this single shaker is a minimal addition that gives maximum effect.Salt is indicated by the minus (-) sign dispenser to remind less is best, while pepper is indicated by the plus (+) sign dispenser to encourage use for better health. Lids on either end make for easy refilling

  Saltepper is the original Thai design to receive the Good Design 2000 Award in the category of Household Product from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. It is now displayed in the museum's permanent design collection.

  The museum's historic GOOD DESIGN program was founded in Chicago in 1950 by Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr. with the participation of some of America's most important designers: Eero Saarinen, Charls and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Finn Juhl, and Russel Wright- the pioneering greats of American and modern design.

  GOOD DESIGN remains the oldest and most important design competition worldwide.