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debra halcro replied to Audrey's discussion What is this item? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'm confused. Where and how do the pins fit on the top?"
4 hours ago
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Debra, I said I was "guessing" and obviously I guessed wrong. It's your fault.  You didn't mention the hole in the bottom in your post nor did you bother to show a picture of the bottom,or a picture of the Mark. Seque is…"
Apr 20
Wendy Tran replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Muffineer sets are also known as breakfast sets, the creamer for berries and the shaker for powdered sugar for pancakes and waffles, YUM!"
Apr 20
vicki hufstetler replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Nice set. Just wanted to add that it was usually Powdered or Confectioners sugar used in these containers. You probably had a cork in the bottom at some point. And, these sometimes came as a part of a "Berry Set" That would have one larger…"
Apr 20
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"yep, as mentioned sugar shaker and creamer, quite civilized."
Apr 20
Jeff Guy replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Apparently they exist as a set sugar shaker/creamer made in Japan. These are clearly 20th century though. Here is a page of them: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/398498267009889475/"
Apr 20
debra halcro replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hole in the bottom. In looking at it again I just realized the holes on top would be too large for salt as would literally pour out. Seems strange to use a shaker and not a bowl. Maybe that's how they do it in Japan. =^\"
Apr 20
debra halcro replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Yes, creamer on the right."
Apr 20
debra halcro replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Nope, no lid on the sugar shaker, just a hole in the bottom with a cork (real cork) pushed inside the shaker. I know that sugar shakers exist, but I only thought in single pieces for maybe cinnamon sugar. So I'm curious if it was common once…"
Apr 20
Betty Proper replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Is there a lid on the shaker, or is there a hole in the bottom?  In other words, how does one fill the shaker?"
Apr 20
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'm sure 'seque' is correct in some language..8 ') And the shaker's on the left with holes, creamer on the right, no?"
Apr 20
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'm guessing that the sugar container has a lid on it?  I think, therefore, that the holes in the lid are for air, to keep the sugar dry.  If inverted and shaken I could imagine getting a whole bowl full of sugar in your tea. Very…"
Apr 20
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to debra halcro's discussion Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Very cool-deco-seque set. Muffineers or sugar shakers were very 19th century. My mom's got a collection of them."
Apr 20
debra halcro added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Were sugar shakers and creamer sets a thing once?

Or do I have a salt and creamer mix-up set?Set is vintage, made in Japan, luster ware.See More
Apr 20
debra halcro replied to GENE SCOTT CAFFEY's discussion HERE IS ANOTHER ONE I CANNOT FIND in the group Whadja Find Today
"From Kovel's New Dictionary of marks. New England Pottery Co. Boston, MA, U.S.A. Semiporcelain Black Underglaze 1886-1888 (1854-1914)"
Apr 15
Michael replied to debra halcro's discussion Trying to find pattern info on this Homer Laughlin plate. in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hey Debra Well with that information it is easier to find others online with the Chrysler pattern. Congrats for finding what you need. Art Deco Hall China CHRYSLER pattern Pie Dinner Plate Hall Forman Dodecagon Chrysler Deco Teapot Tea Pot"
Mar 18

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At 2:20pm on June 9, 2013, Ellene Meece said…

Hi Debra! Love to have you post some photos and ideas in Vintage Cottage group! Noticed you mentioned it a couple of weeks ago.

At 11:06am on April 20, 2013, kathy park said…

hi never used these but worth a try take care kath

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At 4:33pm on April 18, 2013, Sebstian said…

I don't really want to get into any kind of online payment stuff-- my sister just told me that with paypal there are some kind of thing where they can possibly access your bank account to pay you-- I'd just as soon send it to someone for a nominal fee out of my own pocket  if they would like them- and not worry about being paid back.    My grandmother obviously thought they were special, so if someone else likes them- they are welcome to them!  ---'Bastian

At 3:03pm on April 15, 2013, Barbara E. Mauzy said…

Debra ~ Thanks so much for your kind words!!! Barbara

At 3:23pm on April 14, 2013, Barbara E. Mauzy said…

Hi, Debra and a hearty welcome to the PYREX group. You sound like an incredibly interesting person ~ I love mushrooms! Please feel comfortable posting pictures, making comments, and asking questions!

Barbara

At 2:22pm on April 14, 2013, kathy park said…

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