Seltmann Weiden Salt and Pepper Shakers Bavarian Blue
Vintage Salt and Pepper Shakers. This vintage porcelain set of salt and pepper shakers is by Seltmann Weiden, West Germany. The pattern is Bavarian Blue, a floral pattern. The shakers have snap on plastic lids, which are rather hard to get off. They are approx. 2 1/2" tall x 1 3/4" across the base. They do have some wear, aging and staining. This set dates to before 1990.
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