Friday's Find: Vintage Salt & Peppers


Thank God it's thrifty Friday, y'all! Hope you are having a good one! Today's finds are both from the same estate sale.  There had to be a collector (or hoarder!) in this home.  There were tables full of Vintage salt and pepper shakers.  I was like a kid in a candy store but I exercised considerable restraint and came home with just two sets--wink, wink!  Both sets are really old and do show a little Vintage wear but I have seen each of them in antique stores for a lot more than I paid! The tomato red ones are from Hazel Atlas glass and are stamped on the bottom.  They were manufactured in the 40s and feature bakelite lids.  Available.


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Mr. Salty and Mrs. Peppy in their mini chef hats are wooden shakers from the 50s.  I am smitten with both of these Vintage sets.  My grandmother used to collect tiny salt and peppers and these are a sweet reminder of happy times spent in her kitchen. 


Vintage salt and pepper shakers


Yesterday, one of my friends reminisced about a coffee mug that her grandparents used to have. She had seen it in one of my posts and said it instantly took her back.  I love that!  Do you have cherished memories that are triggered by Vintage trinkets?  I would love to hear yours!



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2 comments:

  1. Visiting via We Call It Junkin'. Love your finds, especially the Hazel Atlas shakers. I'm a vintage gal myself :) I just posted my finds from yesterday.

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  2. Love your finds! I have a green and orange set like your red HA set. Thanks for sharing this at History & Home this week, take care: Dawn @ We Call It Junkin.com

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