Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Rednesday - Vintage Salt and Pepper Shakers

My first post for Rednesday 2011 I thought I would post pictures of some vintage salt and pepper shakers.
These are so cute. I bought them years ago and they make me smile.

I love anything Rooster, these salt and pepper shakers are my lastest thrift store find


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18 comments:

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

What a nice collection. Perhaps one day you will post more photos of some of your other salt-n-pepper shakers. I always find it very interesting to see what interests people.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Love the salt and pepper shakers, especially the first ones! I have a Mama one just like it but she has plastic measuring spoons in her skirt and then one little girl shaker was with her. I guess the other one was broken...

Hugs,
Debbie

Darla said...

I really like both of these.

Paula said...

Oh, Ann- I love them both!! The rooster ones are such a beautiful color!

Nezzy said...

Oh girl, my Granny Walden had the first set, what memories that shook up in this old brain of mine!

Thanks for sharin' your movers and shakers with us!

God bless and have a most marvelous day sweetie!!!

SueLovesCherries said...

My grandma had a china cabinet full of S&P's when I was growing up - wish I had them now!

LV said...

A lot of people collect salt and pepper shakers. I enjoyed seeing some of yours.

Shelley said...

I have the little hen to this set...it was my mama's and she gave it to me...love the post on your Tiny Tears as well...she is so sweet in her pink diaper...I am a huge doll fan...love them...enjoyed my visit with you...blessings,Shelley

Julie Harward said...

You have such cute treasures...I just love both of these! :D

Margie said...

These are great! I posted some roosters S&Ps too this week and some "ugly" chickens. Yours are quite lovely!

Deb said...

so cute....

NanE said...

Happy REDnesday! I remember my Grandmother had a set of those S&P shakers too.

Mimi Sue said...

You have the cutest collections! So adorable. Mimi

janis said...

I have an Aunt Jemima Cookie Jar that matches you Black Folk Art Shakers. I love this collection!
Thrift store. Antique Malls are a passion of mine. Very cool♥

GWENDOLYN KAY said...

Love both sets. But I love the roosters!
Blessings~
Gwenny

mangocheeks said...

Oh they are beautiful. I especially love the first one. I woudl never find anythign like that in the U.K.

Happy New Year to you.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are really wonderful! It's so hard to find the older ones in such great shape...and both of them together! ♥

Anonymous said...

I recently picked up a pair of the Black Memorabilia salt and pepper shakers you posted on January 2011. We have tried researching them, but they are totally different than anything else we can find. He has red eyebrows and she has a yellow bowl. Do you have any information you could share about this pair? Your picture is the only one we have found that matches ours. Thank you!

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