New Vintage Arrivals
Nail City Compote Antique Central Glass Company Wheeling No. 555 EAPG 1881 Large Covered Pedestal Bowl
Culver Toledo Double Old Fashioned Gold Scrolls Swirls Green Background Vintage Glass Barware
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William Adams Salt and Pepper Shakers Silver Plate Mismatched Set Antique Shakers Lion Head Pedestal Base
Redware Cars Salt and Pepper Shakers Enameled Design
Vintage Redware Cars Shakers. This is set of vintage salt and pepper shakers are redware. They have an enameled paint design on them. The shakers are marked with a Japan sticker and date to around the 50's. The cars are approx. 3" x 2 1/2" tall. The set is in good condition with some wear and aging. There is some loss of the design. The stoppers are stuck.
Wood Owl Salt and Pepper Shakers Googly Eyes Timber Line Woodcraft Japan With Box
Vintage Wooden Owl Shakers. This vintage set of wood owls are salt and pepper shakers. They are from Timber Line Woodcraft, made in Japan. These owls date to the late 1960's, early 1970's. One owl has red googly eyes and the other one has black googly eyes. The ears are a leather type material and have been squished due to storage in original box. They have wood bead style beaks. They are approx. 4" tall x 1 1/2" across. The S & P decals are no longer attached but are in the box. The box has wear, aging and writing.
Wolf Cowboys Salt and Pepper Shakers Japan
Vintage Wolf Cowboys Shakers. This is a set of vintage ceramic salt and pepper shakers. The shakers are wolves dressed as cowboys. They are approx. 4 3/4" x 2 3/8". The set is marked Japan on the bottom. I have not removed the corks. They are in great condition with minor wear and aging.
Whale Salt and Pepper Shakers Gray Souvenir Sister Lakes Michigan Lenticular Eyes
Vintage Whale Salt Shakers. This is a set of vintage ceramic whale salt and pepper shakers. One is a light gray and the other one is darker gray. They have lenticular eyes, where they look open or shut depending on the angle of view. The shakers are a souvenir of Sister Lakes Michigan. They are marked Japan on the bottom. They are approx. 3 3/4" x 2". They do have some wear, aging and staining. There is some slight chipping to the tails.