|Again, what we sell here are the shakers. The metal tops mostly did not fare as well as the glass over the past 100 plus years.
We do not guarantee that any tops are original to any particular shaker.
|FLOWER BAND cased glass
by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. 2 3/4" tall
to top of probably original lid. Two views
*Peterson 49-G $85
|TREE OF LIFE in pink slag by
Challinor & Taylor. Two views of
one shaker. Probably orig. lid
|This milk glass shaker is named EAR. See the other side HERE. Made by Gillinder
Milk glass w/ yellow
|Another blue milk glass shaker - named
SUNSET by Dithridge.
|BOW & TASSEL
creation from the
|CORN WITH HUSK
*Peterson 38 R
|CHESTNUT LEAF is the pattern name for
this pretty shaker.
It is 2 3/4" tall.
Maker unknown. $38
|This is a tall, 4 1/2" shaker named
and it has tiny 'feet' & some remaining gold decor. in *Peterson 29-I. $38
|CACTUS is the name given to this green square shaker by Northwood. *P 24-E
|A dainty little shaker
with a pink VINE
after which it is named.
It is *P -24 V & $22
|SHELL & SEAWEED
Surprise! This shaker has been ground off into a toothpick holder.. A shame. $22
|A pair of pretty
ROSE RELIEVO shakers with different lids. Possibly made by Thompson. *Peterson P 170-R
|LOBULATED aka Ribbed Melon is a product
of Phoenix, Consolidated. It
has rows of flowers at the
top and under the base.
*Peterson P 33-E $45
|HEN & RABBIT in milk glass with worn original gold worn. The design was patented to M. T. Thomas early 1900.
A product of the Eagle Mfg. Co. ca. 1900.
by Northwood ca. 1896.
Very good paint remaining. It is blown-molded. $46
|*Peterson calls this GRAPES, FOUR SIDED.
It is square at the base with a bunch on each corner. P 3- G; Possibly by Eagle Mfg. $26
|BULGING LEAF by Consolidated.
A Scarce Phoenix product,
Design Patent 27,132, June 1897.
See also HERE.
Scarce - $72
|BEAD RING, FOOTED
is the name given to this pretty shake - and our thanks to Carole Burns for her help with ID on it.
See views HERE & HERE
|ROSE MOSS FOOTED
also ID'd for us by Carole Bruce.
This is the form of this pattern with the smaller neck - but we still can't find a lid large
enough for it. $32