The Cole & Mason Sunderland Acrylic Pepper Mill offers a sleek and stylish presentation that will fit right at home on any number of kitchen counters or dining tables. Unlike your traditional wooden mills, Inverta mills are designed with its grinding mechanism at the top. This means that they need to be inverted to use. The main benefit is that your tables and counter tops will remain free of excess salt and pepper, saving you time on cleaning them after each use.
Established in 1919, Cole & Mason's world-renowned salt and pepper mills remain wholly designed in England. With mill designs from traditional to modern, these innovative mills not only enhance your home and food with function and optimum flavor, but bring great style as well. Every kitchen and home deserves a mill that delivers the ultimate in seasoning time and time again.
- Care Instructions: Hand Wash / Do Not Submerge
- Warranty: 10 Year Mechanism Guarantee / 2 Year Mill Guarantee
- Color: Clear
- Materials: Acrylic / Stainless Steel
- Dimensions (W x H): 2.6 x 5.5 in.
- Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Q: Is my mill covered by a guarantee?
A: Yes. All Cole & Mason Salt and Pepper Mills are covered with a mechanism guarantee (ranging from 10 Year to Lifetime). The mills themselves are covered by a 2 year guarantee. Accidental breakage and damage from misuse are not covered by the mechanism guarantee.
Q: How long is the manufacturer's guarantee?
A: For mills, our manufacturer's guarantee covers any other parts outside of the lifetime mechanism guarantee for 2 years from the date of purchase. On non-mill items, the manufacturer's guarantee is 2 years on all parts.
Q: How do I change the grind setting of my mill?
A: If your mill has a knob, turn this anti-clockwise for a coarser setting or clockwise for a finer setting. The knob will either be located on the top of the mill, or on the base depending on which mill you have.
Q: Can the mechanism on my mill be replaced?
A: Mechanisms cannot be replaced as they are built into the mill. Mechanisms feature a warranty that ranges from 10 years to a lifetime depending on the mill.
Q: Can I put salt in my pepper mill and vice versa?
A: This depends entirely on the mechanism. Salt can only be used in a mill that has a nylon or ceramic mechanism. Salt cannot be used in a carbon steel mechanism. Pepper can only be used in a mill that has a ceramic or carbon steel mechanism. Pepper cannot be used in a nylon mechanism. The only mills where salt and pepper can both be used are if they have a ceramic mechanism.
Q: Can I put my mills in dishwashers or ovens?
A: No, Cole & Mason Mills cannot be put in dishwashers or ovens.
Q: What is the best way to clean my mills?
A: The best way to clean a mill is to use a damp (not wet), colorless cloth. After cleaning, dry the mill straight away - do not leave wet. The mechanisms should not be rinsed, submerged in water, placed on a wet surface or get wet in any way. Please do not use cleaning products on the mills, for example, anti-bacterial spray.
Q: Why has my mill gone rusty/moldy?
The primary reason why your mill would have rusted is water exposure. Putting the mill in a dishwasher, washing it in a sink, wiping it with a damp cloth and not drying after.
Incorrect storage, like leaving the mill in a damp place or leaving it outdoors could also cause rust.