Actually in Turkey it seems to be the other way around (1 hole for pepper, many holes for salt).
I've never understood why, although DW does use a lot more salt on her meal than I.
But in 18th- and 19th-century England, more traditional looking salt-and-pepper shakers (also called pots or casters in those days) were produced in a range of striped or patterned earth tones.
In the 19th century, Staffordshire potteries produced salt-and-pepper shakers as parts of cruet sets.Many of these were novelty characters with pink cheeks and big hats.In the 1900s, with the advent of movies, shakers with character heads in the shapes of stars like Laurel and Hardy were popular—later, Staffordshire firms made more respectful sets bearing the stern images of famous cricket players either bowling or up to bat.An original receipt or gift receipt is required for all returns and exchanges.Returns with a gift receipt will be refunded in the form of a Merchandise Credit for the amount indicated on the gift receipt.Effects included dark treelike shapes that were produced by dropping an acidic solution containing urine (how, one wonders, did they discover that…) onto an object’s wet surface before firing.Other designs such as cat’s eyes were achieved by applying multiple colors of slip from a multi-chambered pot in repeated or hand-manipulated patterns.Well, not that I am a pro now, but it turns out that getting old and met various types of men gave me some interesting perspectives you might want to know. I still think that relationship is not for everyone and not a goal.For me a goal is something that you can measure and control.Information provided by food manufacturers is label data.Manufacturers are responsible for descriptions, nutrient data and ingredient information.Then again, she also puts a lot more pepper on her meals too. I'm a waitress at a pizza restaurant and this is the policy we follow.In the United States, the phrase “vintage salt-and-pepper shakers” brings pairs of kitschy pink elephants, playful black-and-white kittens, and matching Jack terriers to mind.) We were told that it's for the visually impaired - an international standard.