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Posted 11 months ago

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DrFluffy
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What the heck is up with this first one? What is that whichamacall it? I went thru a salt and pepper shaker phase and this is the only one I have had with this tool attached. Was it to keep the salt from sticking?
the last picture are the same size and shape, just different colors.

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  1. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 11 months ago
    I have never seen one of those,of coarse I don't usually pay much attention to S&P shakers,but I love the mechanical part of this!I wonder if you could churn butter in it?Like a single serving for toast?lol
  2. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 11 months ago
    Interesting concept... Butter churner at the dinner table... :)
  3. Aimathena, 11 months ago
    From the thumbnail it looked like a paddle, I thought maybe a mustard jar with a paddle for spreading. Could it be for smoothing jelly before spreading onto toast? It makes one wonder if it made for condiments on some sort. But... maybe its for picking up sugar cubes?
  4. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 11 months ago
    Nope,I really think it's to break up the salt,and it looks like it's been in it for a while!
  5. Aimathena, 11 months ago
    I thot that as well gargo but with the square shape I couldn't resist mentioning sugar cubes.
  6. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 11 months ago
    They are Sandwich glass Christmas Barrels and the name comes from the patient date that is stamped on the tops. Made in the second half of the 1800s. On the salts they have that little agitator to break up the salt. Im a Victorian shaker collector myself with a collection in excess of 1500 shakers. Ive also written many articles on the subject for publications in the US, Canada< and the UK. Its a fun hobby, at least I think so :)

    Scott
  7. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 11 months ago
    My pleasure :)
  8. AzTom AzTom, 11 months ago
    I would have never guessed these to be salt shakes with holes that large.
    So, would there have been matching pepper shakers in this age period or would you have just used a pepper mill?
  9. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 11 months ago
    Yes, in most cases shakers do have both a salt and a pepper. The pepper in this case would not have the agitator.
  10. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 11 months ago
    Thank you antiques-in-nj for the fantastic info. I really appreciate it.

    Thank you for the loves: GC, Aims, pops52, Phil, Leah, A-I-n, moon, kevin, Kerry, Sean, blunderbuss and AzTom.
  11. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 11 months ago
    Thank you Ted
  12. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 11 months ago
    You are more than welcome. Should you have any more questions concerning Victorian shakers, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Scott
  13. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 10 months ago
    Thank you petey
  14. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 10 months ago
    Any time
  15. Roycroftbooksfromme1 Roycroftbooksfromme1, 10 months ago
    (1500 shakers0 a whole lot of shaken going on around here ...lol love it ...
  16. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 10 months ago
    Roy... Thank you... :)
  17. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 10 months ago
    Thank you bobogal
  18. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 10 months ago
    Thank you torakitten

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