These are Early American Pattern Glass
salt shaker bottles & cruet or oil bottles & other condiment dispensers
& the castors that hold them.
A relatively small number of shakers were made to fit intowhat are called Castors
When the shakers and the castors matched, they are Castor Sets.
But "generic castors" were made to hold a variety of patterned shakers.
What we sell here is the glass.  The metal parts mostly did not fare as well
as the glass over the past 100 or so years. 
We can't guarantee that any tops are original to any shaker after all these years..

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BELLFLOWER by Boston Sandwich
ca. 1860s - 79s See Top HERE
FROSTED ROMAN KEY See also HERE. SWIRL type engraved mustard.
 

GOTHIC mustard GOTHIC shaker
wrong lid See also HERE
JACOB'S LADDER
Shaker
JACOB'S LADDER
Cruet
FOUR ROW THUMBPRINT aka Inverted Thumbprint type
cranberry castor replacement pieces.
Maker is unknown. 
Left - cruet.  It is 6 3/4" tall.  $45
Right - castor shaker w/ original lid  $65
PLAIN ENGRAVED SHAKER PLAIN ENGRAVED OIL
DOUBLE WEDDING RING CASTOR SET REPLACEMENTS
     
DAISY & BUTTON ambercastor cruet insert w/  Original stopper. We have 3 of these with OS @ $28 each & 2 without stoppers @ $12 each      
 
Beginning as early as the 1850s some patterns had as one of their forms, a set of castor bottles which included a mustard castor. The different castors were reportedly kept in the pantry & depending on the meal, different castors were set on the table in a metal holder.
      On the left is one such early pattern, DOUBLE WEDDING RING, probably from the 1860s - '70s $45    
      Next is a vaseline or canary castor in the DAISY & BUTTON pattern probably from the 1880s.  It has a rusty lid missing its inner top & a section of the lower bulge is broken. So it is only $18.
      And on the right is a non-flint early Gothic patterned mustard castor w/ original lid
for $38.

JUMBO castor for holding 3 pieces. This is not a part of the actual JUMBO pattern line, but the name fits. The photo on the right shows the type of condiment holders would fit into our empty one. $75 Here's what the Jumbo
Castor Holder Holds.

SCALLOPED SWIRL aka
York Herringbone Castor holder. It has no damage. The pattern was made by
Ripley Glass ca. 1885 and the U S Glass Co.,
their #15026, ca. 1890s. $45

 
   
A castor set made of Jumbo like elephant heads made by the Greensburg Glass Co. c. 1891. It held condiments but has lost them somewhere during the past 120 (or so) years. Frankly we've never seen the bottles that went in it. Maybe you have something that will fit. It is 6" high and 5" wide & $75 WHEEL OF
WILLOW OAK aka Oak
       
     
     
This lovely piece is a
pickle castor in a silvery
metal frame, including
the fork.  The pattern is BUTTERFLY w/ SPRAY
aka Acme by Bryce,
Higbee ca. 1880s. 
$95
     
       
       
     
This is a custard handled castor holder. The 3 shakers are different patterns in custard glass; Teardrop, Creased Bale and Sunset.
       
THREE FACE This is a repro.
Good for comparison. Old lid. $28
TWO BANDS
TWO BAND
       
PRESSED   WEDDING BELLS
WESTMORELAND
 
       
WILDFLOWER Adams #140 Both have good, old lids. Amber $44   Clear $32 CROESUS in emerald
green w/ good gold & a
good old lid. $75
WISCONSIN States pattern Tapered shape $85

*Glass Salt Shakers by Arthur G. Peterson, Ph. D., Wallace Homestead 1970