Rosevine salt & pepper shakers. Shaped like pitchers, they have a large allover chintz style. Decorated in browns,over ivory with a splash of green and rose watercolor. These are wonderful additions if you are completing the dinnerware set. They are about 3 3/4" tall. Very good condition, minor crazing shows age. No chips cracks, yellowing or repairs.
Little black pot bellied stoves, make cute salt & pepper shakers. They are plastic, stand about 4" tall and are trimmed in a gold paint. One of the plastic stoppers is missing.Otherwise good condition.
Santa head shakers. 2 1/2" red & white decorated, winking santas. Cute pair. Signed "garnet" in the ceramic under the glaze. Nice condition, but no corks.
Pottery drip glazed shakers. These are a flat egg shape with a green & brown drip glaze over yellow. Must see picture. Very nice condition except corks are missing.
Little brown jug salt, and little brown jug pepper. Made of the red clay ceramic with the brown glaze and cold paint decorations. They stand about 3 1/4" tall and all the paint is still nice, and the corks are still there. Stamped Japan in gold on back.
Mr & Mrs Mouse have been to the market! Cute pair of shakers. She is dressed with apron and hat, holding a basket full of goodies, He is dressed in his best overalls and white neck kerchief holding a basket full of goodies also. They are about 2 3/4" tall. Newer I'm sure, but a nice heavy porcelin. Plastic stoppers.
Dahlia shakers. Flat blooms white ceramic with gold accents. Very different. 1 1/2" tall x 3" across. Old and in good condition.Cork stoppers still intact.
Amish couple salt & pepper shakers. I dont believe these are very old, but they sure are cute for a collector, or just to have for Thanksgiving. They stand about 4" tall, and are brightly painted. They are in good condition.Rubber stoppers.
These nice little shakers are a solid medium brown glaze. They have an interesting vegetable motif molded into the shakers. They are 4 1/4" tall, and are stamped "Japan" into the mold under the glaze, and have their plastic stoppers. They are in good condition, with no damages.
These little dinner roll salt & pepper shakers are of the "brown & serve" variety. They are about 2" tall, good coloring. Looks like they're fresh out of the oven. Very nice condition, no damage of any kind. No corks
Lifesize avacado salt & pepper shakers measure 4" tall and look like the real thing. They are (avacado green) glazed ceramic, with original corks. They appear to be an older set, looking at the wear on the bottom rim. Excellent condition. No chipping, cracks,or crazing.
These seagull salt & pepper shakers seem to be swooping over the water looking for food both wings are upward in flight. They measure a little over 4 1/2" to the top of the wingtips. They are ceramic with their natural coloring of white, blues, and greys. No chips cracks or crazing, and have their original plastic stoppers.
Very odd pair of pink pig salt & pepper shakers. They measure about 4 1/2" tall and appear to be made from pink balls of yarn. The glaze is pink with red accents done in red cold paint. The cold paint shows minor chipping on the ears of one, but still looks pretty fair. I can only say these are very odd! But different! No corks or makers mark. The ceramic has no damage or repairs.
Lifelike oranges, salt & pepper shakers. They are the size and texture of small oranges!Ceramic. Almost 3" tall, very nice condition, with no damage of any kind. Has the plastic stoppers intact. So realistic you'll want to peel them!
These hand painted pottery shakers have red & yellow roses trailing around the top of the shakers. I'm sure they are made by a reputable pottery maker, but not sure which one. They are 3" tall, have a foot, and broadens toward the top of the shakers. 1 old cork is inside one shaker. They are in pretty good condition, with a very tiny chip on the underside of the base on one. Not noticeable until turned over and closely looked at. Very minor crazing.
Yellow pottery cowboy boot and hat, salt & pepper shakers. Actually the hat is more of a sombrero type hat. It appears to have a name across the front of the hat,The second word being "Utah", but it is faint and I can't make out the first word. The boot measures 3 1/4" at the tallest point. They are in very, very nice condition. Corks are intact also.