Items tagged with 'shaker'
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A small, American flour shaker or sifter. Second-hand.
An American salt shaker from the 1930s or 1940s. Second-hand.
A small, American sugar shaker, caster or sifter. Second-hand.
A tall, obelisk form, sugar shaker, caster or sifter, in food-safe, leadless, English pewter. Second-hand.
A large, 1930s, ceramic sugar shaker or caster by Bretby Art Pottery. Second-hand.
An American, hand beaten, silver-plated cocktail shaker from the 1920s. Second-hand.
An American, silver plated, hand beaten, cocktail shaker from the early 20th century. Second-hand.
A hand hammered, large sugar shaker or caster, in English, leadless pewter and from the 1920s or 1930s. Second-hand.
A hammered sugar caster or shaker in leadless English pewter, with threaded top. Second-hand.
A studio pottery flour caster or dredger by Canadian potter Phil Yordy. Second-hand.
A glass and plastic novelty cocktail shaker from Canada. Second-hand.
A 1960s, glass and chrome cocktail shaker with electronic mixer. Second-hand.
A Dartington Crystal, cut-glass sugar caster with silver plated lid and collar. Second-hand.
A glamorous, vintage silver plated, cocktail shaker from 1920s or 1930s England, complete with spout and original fittings. Second-hand.
A stylish sugar caster made from lead-free, English pewter. Second-hand.
A 1930s silver plated, English cocktail shaker with lemon reamer, spout and handle. Second-hand.
A porcelain sugar caster decorated with an English rural scene called "The Fens". Second-hand.
An Edwardian century cut-glass sugar caster with silver plated lid and collar. Second-hand.
A rare, oriental pattern, Staffordshire sugar caster by Midwinter. Second-hand.
A Victorian or Edwardian era, silver-plated sugar shaker or caster made by Walker & Hall. Second-hand.
An earthenware sugar shaker made by T.G Green. Second-hand.
A Staffordshire sugar caster in Midwinter's "Brama" pattern. Second-hand.