Folklore tells of terrible beasts that lurk in the depths of the ocean, waiting to devour unsuspecting ships. But don't be afraid. Rachel Kirk's handmade stoneware sea monster is too cute to be dangerous, and it's even willing to share its mouthful of salt. The colorful creature is actually a salt pig—a small, large-mouthed piece of pottery used to store everyone's favorite savory seasoning. Glazed inside and out, it keeps its contents from clumping, is uncovered for easy access, and promises not to lure any sailors to your table. (We can't say the same for a home-cooked meal.) Handmade in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.