The London Collection
COLE & MASON: THE LONDON MILL COLLECTION
Made from high grade beech wood, the new London mill honours our heritage and looks to the future with a classic, yet contemporary aesthetic.
Its timeless design will prove a stylish addition to both traditional and modern kitchens. The shape of the mill has been inspired by the beautiful Art Deco and industrial British architecture that can be found throughout the city of London, the birthplace of Cole & Mason.
AVAILABLE IN AN ARRAY OF COLOURS
THE LUXURY OF CHOICE
The London mill is available in black gloss, white gloss, red gloss, stained light beech, and stained chocolate wood.
GREAT FOR ALL YEAR ROUND
Our light stained beech is the perfect accompaniment to contemporary kitchens. Made from smooth, solid beech wood, these robust mills are a classic touch to any dining setting. Finished with a clear glaze to create a slight sheen, they can be wipe-cleaned with a microfibre cloth.
WARM AND TRADITIONAL
Our more classic Chocolate Wood mill is a dark stained beech, ideal for those who need a traditional touch to complete their table centerpiece. They never date and are robust enough to use when cooking and entertaining.
Our largest 15" pepper mill is ideal for finishing off any meal at the table. Create some theatre for your guests by holding the mill up high and mill at an angle for the added wow-factor.
LONDON MILL GLOSS
Available in 3 different colours, the glossy London mill honours our heritage and looks to the future with a classic, yet contemporary, aesthetic which will prove a stylish addition to both traditional and modern kitchens.
Made from beech wood, painted with high-shine gloss.
Featuring the Cole & Mason Precision mechanisms; carbon steel for pepper that strips peppercorns instead of crushing them, and diamond-sharp ceramic for salt, ensures maximum flavour release at every turn.
The hardwearing qualities of the mechanisms are supported by their lifetime guarantee meaning you can be assured of consistently outstanding performance for years to come.
Easily adjust the grind from fine to coarse by loosening the knob at the top. Select a fine grind for a big punch in sauces or soups, or effortlessly switch to a more coarse grind for a more subtle but longer lasting taste, great for salads or steaks.