"Yerba Mate Bombilla. Argentina. Your "spoon" should be perforated as it is a straw, not a spoon. Used for making and drinking a type of tea. The "black plastic" that you call it is actually a gourd with the metal attached.…"
Found this little( 2 inch tall) footed jar, pot. Silvertone metal with embossed flowers. Black plastic band around the middle. No markings. Came with metal 3. 5 inch spoon, scraper. Need help identifying. Thank you pot.JPG …See More
"Antique Plaster Mammy & Pappy Salt and Pepper Shakers.
They were probably made from a mold, then hand painted at home
They are 2.5 inches tall.
There is a date of 8/5/42 written in pencil on the bottom.
$ 25 + shipping from…"
"Thank you Vicki,
Some how I missed your post.
I've found more in formation about the mugs I have.
They are indeed made by HA but for Big Top Peanut Butter.
They don't seem to be listed as such but were distributed to a small area of the…"
Welcome to the Peanut Butter Glasses group! Are you a collector of these glasses? Do you find them where you live? These were distributed in specific geographical areas and maybe yours is one of those. Welcome!!! Barbara
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