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One of the things I’m finding at estate sales, etc. is salt and pepper shakers. I did a post a while back on my first antique mall booth, and showed some of the salt and pepper shakers I have bought.
I continue to look for them everywhere I go, because they usually don’t require much investment, and usually people like them! Those pictures from my booth can be viewed here. The booth is still going strong although it looks different. The china cabinet has been sold and lots of other stuff too! Maybe one day soon I will have pictures of the new booth to share.
My favorite salt and pepper shakers are these…I use them often. They were given to me by my daughter when she moved into her new home. These didn’t fit into her new decor…but they did mine! The pattern is Daisy Chain by Gail Pittman.
I couldn’t resist buying these little guys….they were made in Japan and so cute!
This retro pair of S and P shakers was sold this week on Etsy! I love the look and they are very functional too!
I have sold several sets of S and P shakers including two hugging geese, a set of pigs, and the hen with eggs in the mall link. I love to look for them, and wish I had enough space to collect them!
How about you? Do any of you collect Salt and Pepper shakers? Tell me about it!