Salt and Pepper Shakers - handmade?

pianoman26011993March 7, 2013

I've had these salt and pepper shakers in the family for about 25 years and don't know where they came from.

There are no markings on the bottom to say who they are made by, so I think they may be homemade

The brass holder is in the shape of two leaves and the glass containers almost seem to be in the shape of acorns

Has anyone seen them or something similar?

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From the picture they look like pressed glass, commercially made.

Any chance the caddy was silver plated, with the plateing polished off?


    Bookmark   March 7, 2013 at 10:10AM
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