About the Designer
Born to Catalan parents, Xano Armenter grew up in Balaguer (Lleida) and Vigo (Pontevedra). Studied graphic design and art at the Escola Eina in Barcelona (1973-1980); landed in 1980 in New York's East Village. Worked with Milton Glaser (1981-1984); held exhibitions in various locations in Lower Manhattan (such as the legendary Limbo Lounge, after which his carpet was named). Influenced by both graffiti and a renewed figurative style, his painting developed an expressive urban style scored by a deep black drawing line, blending expressive sensitivity with the contemplative beauty of design. He presently lives and works in New York and Barcelona.
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|Item: Salt And Pepper Sets||Color: 1: Black|
|Color: 2: White||Color: 3: Red|
|Size: Less Than 4"||Style: Novelty|
|Country of Manufacture: Germany|
Terri from CA – Verified Buyer
These look just as you see them here in the picture. Great quality and work well. I'm very happy with them.
Perfect all the way around
Lori from High Point, NC – Verified Buyer
Second set I have purchased...conversation pieces but way more functional than novelty salt and pepper shakers
Sweet and innocent
alison from tiverton, RI
I collect salt and pepper shackers these remind me of me and my friend hahaha
O so cool
Terri from Madison,wi
Bought the redwhite set...angel and devil. Everyone who sees them sitting on my stove laughs.
Francois from Peace River, AB – Verified Buyer
a cool product, I am happy that it is plastic so it won't brake. I think it adds a touch of difference on the table.
Anonymous from North Carolina – Verified Buyer