Little hand painted Toby Head salt and pepper shakers are made of hand painted ceramic and have their original corks. Measures just under 1 1/2" tall. Excellent condition. One is marked on the bottom, but I can't make out what it says.
Not sure of the age of these little salt and pepper shakers. Little boy and girl kissing. Bases fit together. He has little dots for eyes and her little eyes are closed with lashes and she wears a bow in her hair. This is the only thing distinguishable about their gender even though they are both nude. Bodies are unglazed pottery, but bases and hair are glazed. No stoppers. Measures 3 7/8" tall. No chips or damages. Very unique, and collectible.
Heavy glazed hand painted salt and pepper shakers. THer eyes are the holes in which the salt and pepper flows. Measures 2 1/2" tall and are 3 1/4" long. Perfect condition but no stoppers.
Pretty ceramic pair of salt and pepper shakers in a light jadite green color with soft pink trim on the ruffle edge. Measures2 1/4" tall and has plastic stoppers. Nice quality made, and in excellent condition.
No need to dress the Thanksgiving turkey! They have dressed themselves, and are standing among pumpkins and veggies. Made of hand painted glazed ceramic and measure 3 1/4" tall. No chips or damages, and have their original plastic stoppers.
These cute shakers will be right at home in your country kitchen. Fresh from the farm comes the cow and her carton of Moo juice. Milk carton measures 3 1/2" tall. made of hand painted ceramic. No chips or damages, great paint and plastic stoppers intact.
This type of toothpick holder is known as Mercury Glass. It is rather light in weight. There are 3 applied hand blown glass feet with each having a slightly ball-tipped end. Circa 1850-1900. Measuring 2 1/4" tall. CONDITION : There are no chips or cracks to the glass. The mercury is in wonderful condition, especially considering its age, with no missing or dark spots. Excellent silver coloring...
This type of open salt cellar is known as Mercury Glass. It is rather light in weight. There are 3 applied hand blown glass feet with each having a slightly ball-tipped end. It is listed in the OSC book on page 93, plate 273, and it is listed circa 1850-1900. Measuring 1" tall and 1-3/4" wide. First discovered in early nineteenth-century Germany, mercury glass was used as an inexpensive and tarnish-free alternative for objects such as silver candlesticks, vases and goblets...
This set of vintage man and woman native heads are just great! Measures 4" tall and are made in Japan (black stamp). Great condition except she has been nicely repaired on her neck. I missed it when I bought them. She has the lovely "bone" in the hair, doo. Still a great addition to your Black Americana collection.
Lovely pierced plates in chrome. In good used condition, Folds up for easy storage. 9.5" high to top of handle. Each pierced plate is 7.25" wide. When unfolded will hold two pies or cakes at the bottom and one at the top. Bright and shiny, and would fit in nicely with silver. An ideal set for the collector of vintage, retro or shabby chic. No makers mark. Holidays are coming!!
Adorable young Amish boy and girl sitting on bench. This vintage set of shelf sitters are made of cast metal and marked Dalecraft on bottom of the cast iron bench. These are salt & pepper shakers. They each have one hole in the back and a cork in the bottom. Bench is in perfect condition the boy and girl have paint chipping that can also be seen in pictures. Measures about 2 1/4" high when sitting on bench and bench measures 3".
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.