Published on December 19, 2017 by Florence Fabricant for The New York Times - Link

A Vessel for the Most Important Seasoning

These salt cellars to adorn the holiday table are designed by Anders Rydstedt. Called Pinch, they have a translucent glass storage container about two by three inches, with a ruffled or “pinched” square cover in stainless steel, copper or brass, which has a depression to hold the salt for serving. Mr. Rydstedt makes the cellars at UrbanGlass, the nonprofit studio in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, in collaboration with Brooklyn Metal Works in Prospect Heights: UrbanGlass Pinch, $95 for copper or brass, $106 for stainless steel, 647 Fulton Street (Rockwell Place), Fort Greene, Brooklyn, 718-625-3685, urbanglass.org.