Foodies covet culinary treasures from around the world. But they're blown away by traditional hardgoods and cookware even more. Instead of one night of deliciousness, they get a lifetime of enjoyment from a gift like this.
This is a set of two mustard pots and one oil pitcher with a wooden caddy was made for the centuries-old mustard firm, Maille back in 1955. (Maille is still renowned for their dijon mustards to this day.)
A piece like this lives on the dining room table. Anything can be stored in the pots, regardless of what the hand-labeling says. Sugar, salt, Marash Red Pepper flakes and of course, mustard. The oil pitcher is incredibly easy to fill and pour and since most of the Mediterranean considers olive oil a condiment, not just for cooking, it reinstates olive oil to its rightful place of prominence.
It's already an antique, but it'll become an heirloom.