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Collectible Glass Kitchen Shakers

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Collectible Glass Kitchen Shakers

Moderated by author Barbara E, Mauzy this group covers McKee, Tipp, Hazel-Atlas etc. glass kitchen shakers, spice sets and more.

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Members: 37
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2019

Meet Your Moderator Author Barbra E.. Mauzy

A Note from Your Moderator, Author Barbara E. Mauzy

Our grandmothers had salt, pepper, flour, and sugar shakers at their stove to assist in flavoring and thickening when cooking. Some women were able to afford the extravagance of celery salt, white pepper, allspice, and more, but compared to the vast array of spices at our stores today, grandma’s options were limited. I wrote Depression Era Kitchen Shakers to guide enthusiasts in building a collection because as a collector and dealer of vintage kitchen glass I witnessed many collector rummaging through slips of paper and photographs trying to determine what they already owned. I can’t wait to see what you have in your collection, and this group is an exciting way to share your shakers and perhaps see some variations that are new to you. Let’s talk about old, new, value, condition, and more.

Barbra.

Discussion Forum

Need some info on my Shakers

Started by Historyrepeatsitself Feb 26, 2015.

cloisonne shaker help

Started by Heather Conley Apr 18, 2014.

The Spice Chest Shakers

Started by Old River Valley Antique Mall Jan 9, 2012.

Help Needed 1 Reply

Started by Beth. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Jun 16, 2010.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on November 14, 2011 at 2:05am

Google:  Green glass salt shaker. When it comes up click on the word IMAGES in the left side menu.  Hundreds, if not thousands will come up...

Craig's is by Jeanette Glass.

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on October 28, 2011 at 8:48pm

Keep this in mind: glass companies made glass, metal companies made metal. If this shaker is metal, and I agree with Melissa that it would be aluminum, it would have been created by a metal company, one that worked in aluminum. This would be pre-WWII and based on the color probably early 1930s - Depression Era. There were a number of big names producing metal kitchen objects during this period, but chances are this was by a small operation trying to get on board. That's why this shaker is rare. Plus, it probably wasn't too successful so few were made. Care is very important - do not use anything abrasive.

Hey, I love that this group is chattering away, sharing stuff, and sharing ideas! THANKS!!! B

Comment by vicki hufstetler on October 28, 2011 at 11:38am
So, it's got to be a Premium, put out by some spice co. But that still doesn't tell us who made it - It's metal, what type of metal would say it is Melissa - Aluminum?
Comment by Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium on October 28, 2011 at 9:24am

Barbara? This shaker came full with either salt or a spice and was to be perceived as "free" to the buyer.? is that the way the companys sold the salt or spice in the shaker so the shaker was a free with the salt or spice ?

Craig

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on October 27, 2011 at 9:46pm
Vicki nailed it...Anchor Hocking or Hocking Glass Company as it was known at the time of production...and this company produced Fire-King. Now, Melissa's shaker anyone?
Comment by vicki hufstetler on October 27, 2011 at 5:15pm
Fire King?
Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on October 27, 2011 at 4:49pm
No, this shaker did not come with an appliance...good thought though. Most "range sets" but not all, were squared to fit side by side. No, not Hazel-Atlas, but an excellent choice as many mystery shakers were by HA. Another hint: This company is known for lines of dinnerware made from the 1930s-1950s, and the most popular color with collectors in the 1990s and early 2000s was Jade-ite. Your turn...
Comment by Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium on October 27, 2011 at 2:34pm

did the shaker come with an appliance?

it is unmarked

 

Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on October 27, 2011 at 1:04pm

Before I comment on Craig's shaker, I invite group members to jump in. A few hints: this is fired-on jade-ite green. This shaker came full with either salt or a spice and was to be perceived as "free" to the buyer. OK gang...go for it!

Barbara

Comment by Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium on October 27, 2011 at 10:40am

here is one I bought last sunday looks to be a salt

Craig

 

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