"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.
"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…"
"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. =^\"
"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…"
"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.
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"
"Thanks Charlotte, for the date code info. Valuable information.
Thanks Vicki for your info, esp. the link to Schrechengost, not sure if this is his design but really enjoyed researching his art. Just love that Art Deco Industrial design.
I live in beautiful north Idaho, do a little gardening, cater to my small flock of chickens, 2 cats and 2 dogs and hunt for wild mushrooms. (Not the "funny" kinds if that's what you're thinking!) Sorry but sometimes i get funny looks when i try to tell people about my musbrooms. Gourmet edibles is what i'm talking about.
Mushrooms are my second hobby after vintage and antique stuff. They are similar actually as they both entail a hunt for treasure.
Tell us about your interest in antiques, collecting and any antique related websites, blogs, businesses.
I have always loved and been fascinated by old or long forgotten things. But i really caught the "bug" 15 years ago when i picked up a piece of depression glass for 25¢ and sold it on ebay for $78.00! Well, I've never been the same since and i don't look at thrift stores the same way as before...theres GOLD in them thar thrift stores.
I love the hunt and dscovering treasure is more exciting and satisfiying then actually selling it but i don't have room to be a horder so i manage three booth spaces at a local antique store.
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
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