Perhaps you've seen our 'regular' shakers HERE & master salts HERE
but this Store has some fun open salts & shakers to tickle your fancy.
Any damage to pieces in our Store is noted in the listing.
We've put a penny in many of the photos to give a sense of size.
Prices do not include shipping and insurance costs.


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And a wide range of various & sundry other glass Novelties is HERE.
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Two Chicks - our name for this cute
little salt. It is 2 3/4" wide,
Beak to Beak & 2 1/4" tall. $36
Wooden Pail Master Novelty.
A Wash Tub for salt!
2 3/8" diam. at top & 1 3/4" tall. $32
Presenting Mr. & Mrs. Hooty Owl!
They are dressed in their best salt & pepper for their coming out presentation
although someone sat on Mr. Hooty's 'hat' & got it a little smashed .
At 4 1/4" tall they can shake it out with class.
They are yours for the shaking at $42!
 This appears to be a military hat - 3" in diameter at the top, with tiny eagle insignias on the sides. It is only 1" high at the front & open at the top. $28 IMPERIAL made this unique & very rare 4 3/4" tall shaker in irridized green color. The original stopper was cork but this is a replacement.$75
 
CORN & HAND seems to be the rather mundane
name for this pair of early shakers. We might call them: "Grab that Cob!"
Alas, we're too late. They are 3 1/2" tall and have old lids,
the authenticity of which we cannot be certain. $58
FLYING FISH is the name of this unlikely shape
for a novelty master salt. It is a rare specimen with very good paint remaining for it's age. The length is
4 3/4" ; the width is 2" at top & the height is 2 1/2". Maker is unknown but from the early 1900s. $95

TWO SHOES is a fun little individual salt dip. It has a small nic in the front of the top edge seen HERE. $28
VICTORIAN SHOE/ BOOT  This pair of shoes or boots are very Victorian . They are 3" tall & they have antique, but un-matching lids. There is a shield emblem at the top front.
See Front View HERE.     Pair is $44
Aren't these adorable?
The glass parts are very similar to an EAPG pattern, York Herringbone.
These are only 2" tall and supposedly very scarce per Lechner, but only
$68 for the pair here.
Campbell Jones created this tiny sleigh in their pattern, ROSE SPRIG
ca. 1886.   It is all of  3 1/4" long, 2" high at the back & 1 7/8" wide.
The attention to detail is amazing... even has 'wood grain' in those itty bitty sleigh runners! Do you think anyone actually used this as a master salt?  **SOLD**
 This particular shaker takes the prize for the most difficult piece of glass we've ever tried to photograph. And honestly, its not that easy to read 'in person'.
So the front where the crack is says,
"PROCLAIM LIBERTY THROUGHOUT THE LAND".

And the back says,
"1776 CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION 1876"
The lid is not original... the original lid was constructed so that it could be hung. And it was not a shaker but a candy container!
But this lid fits perfectly and makes it a shaker. So there.
The shaker stands 3" tall and the base is 2 3/4" in diameter. $59
This is a novel master salt shaped like a box car in a pattern,
LOG & STAR aka Bellaire #373. made by the Bellaire Glass Co. ca. 1890.
There is a chip on the inside top rim and some nics on wheel rims.
It is 3 3/4" x 2" wide x 1 7/8" high.   $75        Sanford values @ $125 - 165.

Here is the master salt in the 1880's
Adams Glass Co. pattern, WILDFLOWER.
It is 4" long and 2" wide.
The turtle carrying the load has a
broken left foot.
**SOLD**

Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton made this little cart to hold salt, we guess, but it could hold anything tiny. It is only
3 3/4" long & is slightly discolored. It
is shown in the 5,000 Salts Book. $45

BEEHIVE is the name for this novelty pair of shakers. They are have the original lids with glass inserts. They are pictured in "The World of Salt Shakers by Lechner & were made ca. 1888-1898 by Buckeye Glass Works; Bridgeport, OH.
Close Up Photos HERE & HERE.
Reported to be VERY SCARCE. $58/ Pair.

Fostoria made this tiny little salt dish in milk glass in about 1940 so it is a later piece, but it seems Victorian enough.
$38


This is the smallest size of the Horseshoe pattern wheelbarrows. It is a Salt dish, we've been told. You can read about these HERE. It is 4” x 2” overall; has a chip on right “arm” holding wheel; PAT APLD FOR embossed on base; excellent design strike. $75

These are 4 1/2" long Yacht salts by Hobbs Brockunier & Co. It is their Daisy & Button Pattern No. 101.
The left one has dark amber daisies and the one on the right has light amber daisies. We have 1 with dark daisies & 3 with light daisies. They are $32 each.
An amber wheelbarrow made in England is 4 1/2" long, 2" wide and 2 1/2" tall. $38

Here are some more Hobbs Brockunier No. 101 DAISY & BUTTON
pattern MASTER SALTS shaped like boats or yachts.
They are only 4 1/2" long & could probably hold about a
tablespoon full of salt.
The one on the left is dark amber & $35.
The one in apple green is $55.
The light amber one next is $35.
This pair of little 'ice boxes' make cute novelty shakers in milk glass. The tops are original & look like the motor that was atop the original machines. They are in good shape. $38

CATHEDRAL is a popular EAPG pattern made by Bryce Bros ca. 1885. One form that looks like this pattern is this little boat that is 4 1/2" from
stem to stern.  In the U S Glass Co. catalog, it is called "Earl Individual Boat".
In amber it is $65
The clear one has a chip on the end so is only $35.




If you've missed our MAIN VICTORIAN NOVELTY STORE, go HERE.
Our Open Master Salt Store is seen by clicking HERE.
Our Flint Master Salt Store is HERE.
And our Individual Salt Dip Store is HERE.
Our Novelty Toothpick Holders can be seen by clicking
HERE.

We will (someday, sigh) have a Store of our cov'd animal pieces.

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    We never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).

       
 **SOLD**