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Pepper Mill #1024

(Woods Used In This Peppermill)
Maple, Walnut, Padauk,Shedua, Amendoin, Timborana

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Pepper mill #1024
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Walnut, Maple, Shedua, Amendoin, Padauk, Timborana This captivating Exotic Woods Pepper Mill boasts an amazing combination of six fine woods, especially selected for their beautiful color variations, make this peppermill a one of a kind. Handcrafted with 11 layers of wood, this pepper mill's pattern is almost hypnotic. This distinctive pepper grinder is handcrafted by master artisan Rudy Paredes and inspired by Pinky Martins Pepper Mills, as seen on the Oprah Winfrey show and Sarah Moultons cooking shows. Enhance your gourmet kitchen or table setting with this functional work of art and enjoy aroma and flavor of freshly ground pepper for years to come with this handmade pepper grinder. Place your order now for your one-of-a-kind Exotic Woods Pepper Mill - a truly distinctive addition to your home decor or treasured gift for someone special. Arrives with a certificate of authenticity to assure you of its all-natural materials and careful craftsmanship.

Size: 10" H X 2-3/4" Dia.
Price: SOLD

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Exotic Woods Used In
Your Pepper Mill (Grinder)
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Maple: Preview Page Also called Rock Maple, Hard Maple grows throughout the United States, east of the Rocky Mountains, with the exception of Florida, South Carolina, and Delaware. It is most prominent in the New England states, Great Lakes region, and Canadian Great Lakes provinces.

This domestic hardwood ranges in color from reddish-brown to light tan, and takes stains and polishes well. With a fine, uniform texture and close grain, Hard Maple is a very strong wood. Due to its strength and stiffness, it ranks as one of the more valuable hardwoods.

Hard Maple is suitable for pepper mills and pepper grinders because it is also excellent for turning. Hard Maple brings a long-standing American tradition of durability to our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.

Walnut: Preview Page Among the most beautiful and well-known domestic hardwoods, Walnut is a rich chocolate brown with a uniform texture. The inherent durability of this domestic hardwood makes it a popular choice in furniture construction.

Walnut is considered to be one of the finest and widely used woods in the United States. It's also an excellent choice for carving and lathe work.

Walnut adds a touch of American tradition, as well as rich color and texture, to our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.

Padauk: Preview Page An eye-catching wood from Africa, Padauk boasts an intriguing color that varies from a rich crimson or brick red, to reddish-purple streaks, to bright-orange. It darkens over time to a deep reddish-brown.

This very dense exotic wood polishes to an excellent finish. Padauk is used for wood turning, wood carving and flooring, among many other applications and some on some of the finest wood products.

Padauk adds vibrant color to our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.

African Shedua Preview Page: The sapwood of shedua is white to straw colored, while the heartwood is light golden brown to reddish-brown in color. The species has a shallowly interlocked grain, is lusterous, and is fairly coarse and somewhat gummy in texture. The color variations of Shedua enhance the other exotic woods used in our pepper and salt mills and is only one of the reasons we use it in creating our pepper and salt mills.

The wood remains smooth under friction and is reported to have no odor. Shedua dries rapidly with little degrade resulting from the process. Shedua sands and polishes well. Shedua is native to Africa.

Amendoim Preview Page: Amendiom is also known as Brazilian Oak. At 1912 on the Janka Hardness Scale, Amendoim's rating is noteworthy. It nears Santos Mahogany's 2200 and towers over many other types of wood, like hard maple, and almost matches Jarrah.

Species Characteristics: Amendoim boasts stability greater than most hardwoods, and has an aversion to decay when not chemically treated. Its bending strength is also very high, making it a good choice where stress can be put onto the boards. It sands well, and is machined nicely.

Amendoim appears lustrous, with a reddish brown heartwood and more yellow-brown sapwood. Amendoim shows a moderate color change over time and exposure, darkening to a richer brown with red highlights. Amendoim has been selected to use in our pepper and salt mills for all of the above charistics which also enhance all the other exotic woods used in our mills!
Amendoim is a popular choice for cabinetry, and fine furniture. Amendoim is native to Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina.

Timborana Preview Page: These are some of the species characteristicsof this beautiful exotic wood. Timborana is a hard wood that holds a solid resistance to fungus and termites. The drying process for Timborana is a longer process than most other woods. Also, Timborana retains its smoothness under friction.
Timborana is cream to yellow colored against a lighter yellow with dark streaks. Over time, reddish coloring can occur in the wood. After even longer, rich brown coloration will take place, usually within 6 to eight months depending on the exposure to light.
We use this exotic hardwood in our pepper and salt mill not only for its hardness, but for the beauty and color variations of this wood and make the other exotic woods used in our mills even more appealing and desirable!
Woodworking Qualities: Sanding Timborana can be difficult, while sawing can be very difficult because of its hardness but all this is worth the extra effort because it polishes to a high luster and looks beautiful in our pepper and salt mills.
Timborana originates from Central America and Brazil.

Other Quality Features Used
In Your Pepper Mill (Grinder)
To Make Sure you and future generations will be able to enjoy
this beautiful exotic wood pepper mill grinder.

Mechanism Used: Our peppermill grinders are manufactured by "Chef Specialties" that has been producing quality metal components for three generations. Theses grinders are crafted from solid, cutlery-grade stainless steel to withstand the rigors of commercial use. With the lowest return rate in the food service industry, it's not a surprise that "Chef Specialties" peppermill grinders are considered the finest by many of the world's top Executive Chefs. These mechanisms carry a lifetime warranty, which is backed up by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our salt mills are fitted with non-corroding nylon gears.

Finish: We finish our pepper mills (grinders) and salt mills using a commercial grade, high gloss lacquer with an added catalyst to give the finished product a more durable finish. We than buff the finish in a three step process with the proper polishing compounds to produce a high gloss, quality finish which can be seen on the photos of these mills.

For those who prefer a more "natural" wood finish, our mills are sanded step by step with different grits of sandpaper until we have achieved the "smoothness" that is required for the next step. The mill is then put through a four step process of buffing with different compounds and finally finished with a type of "carnauba" wax, which gives the mill a more "natural" look, and yet ends up with a durable finish to be used in any type of food preparation.

Certificate Of Authenticity Included With The
Purchased Of Your Pepper Mill (Grinder) Or Salt Mill

Your peppermill or salt mill will be signed and shipped with an identification number and an "Identification Card" describing the woods used, the year that the mill was created with a serial number assigned to your mill. Please put this card in a safe place. Your mill will appreciate in value and may one day become "a family heirloom" and this card will add value to its Collectivity and Authenticity. Please remember that all woods change color as they age, so you must protect your mill from direct sunlight and excess heat or humidity. Your mill must never be stored above the back of your stove or ever immersed in water.

You have nothing to lose with my Iron-Clad, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee:

Warranty: We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, no questions asked. If you have any problems with your pepper mill or salt mill just return it for repair, refinishing or replacement. Just return it within 30 days of purchase if you are not satisfied with the quality, workmanship, or operation of your mill, for a full refund of your purchase price. The grinding mechanism of your peppermill has a lifetime warranty.


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