Moon Salt and Pepper Jasper Morrison Rosenthal Arne Jacobsen Stelton Cylinda salt/pepper Marc Newson Gemini Alessi
When Jasper Morrison designed the Moon dinner service for Rosenthal in 1997, no one expected it to become one of the most popular services of all time. They probably thought it would well, since Jasper is, after all, a great, thoughtful and talented designer and the line is well priced and made from elegantly simple white porcelain. But Moon essentially went over the moon, and became an immediate hit and has remained so for nearly twenty years. And here, if you're quick, are those iconic salt and pepper shakers. Tick tock.

Designed by Arne Jacobsen for Stelton, the Cylinda line series is a winner of the 1967 ID prize. The line is made of of 18/8 stainless steel with a matte finish and is a serene, functionalist design. It has won many awards, and has achieved what many believe to be the highest sign of recognition when it was included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Danish Museum of Decorative Art in Copenhagen. Next stop your dining table?

Technically not shakers, these iconic salt and pepper mills were designed in 1999 by then up-and-coming rock star industrial-designer Marc Newson for Alessi. They were sold separately so it's rare to find them both together, and now, out of production, it's rarer still to find them at all. You've heard it before, but "last chance" simply must be said. You probably can't really afford the Newson designed jet, but these are here for the taking. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity. Okay, okay, youve been warned.