Sea Monster Salt Pig
Who better to guard your salt than a creature of the sea? Rachel Kirk's Sea Monster Salt Pig (does that seem like too many nouns in a row to anyone else?) spins the classic seasoning crock into a two-finned, two-toothed beast fit for a fairy tale.
One where he plays the friendly sea monster wingman, not the evil beast the hero must slay. Despite calling him a sea monster, the little guy doesn't look too scary or like he's out for blood. He probably won't even eat up all your salt or secrete toxins into it while you're cooking.
Kirk handmakes her stoneware salt pigs, glazing them both inside and out to keep contents from clumping.