Rivsalt was born from the mind of designer
Swedish designer Jens Sandriger during a trip to Beijing.
Having dinner at a famous Japanese restaurant in the city, Jens thought: this is really cool!
Before his eyes, the chef had just ground a Himalayan pink salt gem directly onto the guests' plates. That's when the Rivsalt idea was born: a unique dining experience that puts salt truly at the center of the table and the kitchen. From China to Sweden, the Rivsalt family of products soon spread around the world, becoming a must-have for taste enthusiasts.
The elements that make up the Rivsalt family of products are a synthesis of what the Earth offers and what man can skillfully work with.
Untreated oak bases and stainless steel graters highlight natural raw materials that are anything but common and, at times, rare.
Each element in the Rivsalt line fills objects hitherto considered everyday with meaning and value: salt, licorice, pepper and toothpick become experiences out of the ordinary.
For RIVSALT, salt and pepper are essential in the kitchen.
They offer a variety of flavors and endless possibilities and are fun to look at. They deserve to be put in the spotlight and luxuriously displayed. So say hello to RIVSALT's newest product: SALT & PEPPER.
Himalayan salt stones come from northern Pakistan, in the area called the "salt chain," not far from the Himalayan Mountains.
It is a natural rock salt that was created when prehistoric seas evaporated about 250 million years ago.
The salt rocks range in color from pure white and beautiful pale pink to dramatic deep red, depending on the iron oxide content. Perfect for your beloved weekend getaway. Long peppers come from the Indonesian island of Java. These aromatic peppers have their own distinctive character combined with the well-known taste of black pepper. Grated on your plate, the bell pepper will surprise you with unexpected aromas of licorice, anise and cinnamon. With a final spicy sensation.
Think regular black pepper with a special twist.
Dimensions: 228 x 62 x 26 mm