I would believe these were quite rare shakers. Made Of heavy pottery, Shawnee I believe. I have had several identical sets over the years but the black faces and hands were very dark. These are the exact mold and features and measure 5" tall, with the exception that the skin is lighter. They are very old and one has the original cork inside. Perfect condition. Would make an excellent addition to your Black Americana collection.
Beautifully detailed salt dip or salt cellar made and Stamped Germany. Hand painted Colonial man wears a tricorn hat and holds a bouquet of flowers. Made of nice porcelain and trimmed with gold on the edge of the dip. Measures 2 1/4" tall, and is pristine. 1920's.
Cute dutch boy and girl are made of heavy glazed ceramic. Marked Ceramic arts studio. They are sitting on wood logs which are the original props they sit on when they were sold. they are actually shelf sitters. Sitting, they measure 4 1/4" tall. Perfect condition.
Vintage china range shakers, art deco style. When fit together looks like a tombstone. Made of heavy china, Decorated with a simple S & P. I believe these came with the old stoves. Measures 3 3/4" tall and are in great condition with no discoloring or crazing. There is a chip on the underside of one which is hard to detect. I have photo if you would like to see). These are very hard to find in such nice condition. No corks.
Adorable and very collectible anthropomorphic baseball catchers mitts salt and pepper shakers. Measures just over 3" tall and 4" wide. Made of hand painted glazed ceramic.Decoration is under the glaze. No marks, but probably Japan. 1 cork is up inside the shaker, the other is in place. Perfect with no chips or damages.
Starting in the 1910's, George Studdy created a mischievous little pup. By 1922 he was named Bonzo and a whole devoted base of readers became collectors of this cute little guy. This is a shaker set from Japan that was probably made in the 20's-40's. Each pup is under 2" high and is marked Japan on the base. These are the smallest set made, and very hard to find in this size. No corks. There are no chips, cracks, fleabites or repairs.
These amazing range size salt and pepper shakers match the sheriff or deputy cookie jar made by California Originals. These are rarely found. They measure 5 1/4" tall and are in wonderful condition, with no damages and Still have their original rubber stoppers. Marked 727. Made of hand painted ceramic. A wonderful Collectible!!
This is a very collectible ethnic set of salt and pepper shakers. The native India couple are wearing turbans and genie pants. All they need is their magic carpet and they would fit into an old Alladin movie. Made of hand painted ceramic and measures 3 3/4" tall. Stamped with red Japan stamp, and have no corks. No chips or cracks.
Hard to find pair of salt and pepper shakers for the Franciscan Ivy dinnerware set. Each is in the shape of an ivy leaf. One is light the other dark green, and each measure 3" tall. Original rubber stoppers. Pristine condition. I have a picture of the bottom if you need to see it, email me. Old stock made in USA.
These nice large shakers match the Twin Winton Cookie Barn, and are hard to find. Excellent condition with original red rubber stoppers. Measures 5" tall. Each are marked on the bottom TWIN WINTON.
Lovely set of majolica salt and pepper shakers from the Fitz and Floyd Classics series.The pepper shaker is the conch shell with 3 holes and has sea weed and coral sitting on a foot of beautiful sea shells. It measures 4 inches tall and 3 inches wide. The salt shaker is the taller sea shell with 2 holes and also has sea weed and coral and sits atop multiple colorful seashells...
Take a look at these wonderful Black Native salt and pepper shakers. They are perfect and still have their original brass hoop earrings and nasco stickers, and original corks. Hand painted detailing is excellent and not flaked. Back of heads are flat and shakers are meant to be stood back to back. These are quite tall measuring 6". Foil stickers read: Del Coronado Nasco product Japan.
This pair of shakers are unique as they have the gold trim on the paws and feet. Starting in the 1910's, George Studdy created a cartoon of a mischievous little pup. By 1922 he was named Bonzo and a whole devoted base of readers became collectors of this cute little guy. This is a shaker set from Japan that was probably made in the 1930's. Each pup is 3" high and is marked Made in Japan on the base.There are no chips, cracks, fleabites or repairs. Some of the gold has some wear...
Adorable, retro mid-century 4" tall figural salt and pepper shakers by Enesco, featuring green-suited pixie elves sitting on mushroom's. They were made at the height of the 1950s pixie craze and there were at least three matching companion "Helpful Kitchen Pixie" pieces made to match. Original stoppers. No chips or cracks. Foil Enesco Imports Japan label is intact on the underside of the salt shaker.
Cute little native salt and pepper shakers made of hand painted wood. Faux pearl earrings, paint excellent on one, and good on the other.2 3/4" tall. Corks intact. Great example of black americana collectible.
These vintage toby jug shakers have the red ink Japan stamp. They each measure just 2 1/4" tall. They are both in wonderful condition with no damages, Hand painted with nice detailing to the facial area. No corks.
These look like Shawnee but I"m not certain. None the less they are from the 30's and very cute. Hand painted under glaze. Measures just 2 1/2" tall and no chips or cracks. They look like little bakers, or sailors, maybe chefs. Perfect but no corks.
Bonzo was a popular character from the 1920's thru 1950's,and these vintage salt and pepper shakers capture his cute style. The shakers each measure 3" tall and are in nice condition. Red Japan stamp, one cork missing.