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When the leaves start changing colors and the air starts to cool, it’s time to break out the fall decor! From Fitz and Floyd, these acorn salt and pepper shakers come with a matching oak leaf platter. Painstakingly hand painted, they are incredibly beautiful. When you’re serving soups, casserole or autumn fare passed down in your family for generations, you’ll season your meal not only with salt and pepper, but with the spirit of the fall, too!

Shakers & Tray Details

  • Material: Hand painted ceramic earthenware
  • Dimensions: 3-1/2"L x 6-1/4"W x 2-3/4"H
  • Weight: 0.34 lbs
  • Care: Handwash
  • Collection: FITZ AND FLOYD
  • Country of Origin: China

About the Collection
Fitz and Floyd has held a reputation of putting elegance first for more than half a century. From stylish homes to lavish palaces, their iconic sense of sophistication has become synonymous with fine design.

Their hand-painted ceramic giftware, dinnerware, tableware and décor are meticulously created to meet the highest standard of craftsmanship. Whether it's a tea service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II or your very first set of dishes, each piece receives the same level of quality and care.

A national launch at ShopHQ, the First Ladies Collection is distinctly designed by Coleen Christian Burke with the Fitz and Floyd design team to incorporate unique storytelling elements that are inspired by White House traditions. From the White House to your house, the First Ladies collection brings a new level of heart and sophistication to your table.

Fitz and Floyd
Putting elegance first

Coleen Christian BurkeAbout the Guest
As a three-time member of the White House Christmas decorating team, Coleen Christian Burke has served First Ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama. She's also an author and a nationally recognized White House historian with an expansive repertoire in television presentation. Using her breadth of knowledge, she has teamed up with Fitz and Floyd to design the First Ladies Collection, which is inspired by the holiday traditions of beloved First Ladies including Jackie Kennedy and Nancy Reagan.