We flagged up the new Cath Kidston Clocks pattern in the summer but the range is still expanding. It's certainly hard to resist the charms of these Clocks salt and pepper shakers.
Details aren't exactly plentiful, but if you are the kind of person who wants to own some Doctor Who Tardis salt and pepper shakers, the picture above has probably already sold you.
Another must-have for the vintage gamer, these Pac-Man Ghost salt and pepper pots.
For the retro gaming addict who just can't let go, we have these Space Invaders salt and pepper shakers.
Actually, the official name is 'retro arcade salt and pepper shakers', which might well be down to a rights thing. But we know what they are, little arcade aliens, adapted here for seasoning your food. It's probably what you call a 'talking point' at the table.
Talking point, seasoning, whatever you use 'em for, the price is £9.99 for a pair.
This Egloo Telephone Box salt and pepper set by David Roberts mixes the very traditional with the contemporary.
The 'Egloo' is Roberts's word to describe the shape of his shakers: a mixture of egg and igloo. Their unusual shape contrasts to the image depicted on each one, which offers a small piece of nostalgia for your kichen table. For example, in the set pictured, the egloos feature a classic red phone box while another design shows a traditional London guard.
The Egloos cost £18.
Buy them from Magma books