The Chef's Mill is seen here in beautiful Purple Gidgee, a native Australian timber from Queensland known for its hardness and contrast of purple-edged outer sapwood against pale golden heartwood; typically, Purple Gidgee wood often exhibits individual features such as knots and bark inclusions that with its dramatic purple edges, give each mill its own unique character.
The mills are fitted with a ceramic Crushgrind mechanism which comes with a 25-year guarantee and will grind salt, pepper, spices, herbs and more - with 14 adjustable settings providing a wide range of grinds from coarse to fine these mills can do everything. The mechanisms are fully enclosed inside the mill with no protruding top which allows for an elegant, clean design.
To fill, simply grasp the ball head of the mill and gently pull - the mill has internal ribs and catchers which hold the mechanism securely in place.
These mills make a real statement on the dining table either singly, as a tall pair or teamed with the shorter Chef's Mill. They make a perfect present for the home chef and foodie because of their state-of-the-art technology. Hand turned by a master turner, the mills are finished with a soft, durable lacquer and are at the top level of design, technology and workmanship.