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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Perfect condition tall kitties. Couldn't find any like these. They were gifted to my by my 92 year old grandmother. Love them but won't use them since they are in pristine condition. I'd break them and then find out they are worth $$!
    Update: Thanks for the advice on the photos. These do have the cork bottoms that are still in one piece and can be taken in and out without breaking. I am new to this site and realize we cannot sell here. Where would one sell these types of items, including antique jewelry? EBay?

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 6 years ago
      Lol! I know exactly what you mean by breaking or even chipping, right?!? These are cute and very different. I would have bought them and I'm not even a cat person ;) Do they have the corks? When you post photos, it's best to show all sides, bottoms included. Just from experience, I can tell these are old but sometimes you just can't tell...except by looking at the bottom. If they do have the cork in them still (I imagine they do) it might be best just to leave that alone as it may break but show the bottoms anyway. And on second thought, just leave them wherever they are and when you post something else, remember you can add 4 photos, so all sides of your next post! So cute!
    2. racer4four racer4four, 6 years ago
      By style and painting, I think Japanese.
      Search for vintage Japanese salt and pepper shakers Ebay and Etsy.
      Way too cute!

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