Salt and pepper shakers have been created in all shapes and sizes. They are also highly collectible due to their small size and creative designs. Many older shakers are becoming more rare and hard to find, so those shakers can fetch higher prices. Other newer, novelty shakers are collectible more because of their themes – e.g. some collectors look for specific items like cats, dogs, cars, owls or items in specific colors.
1 Cat Salt and Pepper Shakers chilling with Barbie
This set of cat salt and pepper shakers are very realistic, so it made sense to put them with Barbie, who is lounging in her modern living room, having a sandwich for lunch. The cats are clearly satisfied – one on the sofa and one at Barbie’s feet. See more animal salt and pepper shakers here.
2 1953 Corvette Salt and Pepper Shaker Set
In June of 1953, the first Chevy Corvette rolled off the production line. Immortalized as salt and pepper shakers, this set below makes a nice addition to your collection of salt and pepper shaker sets. Pictured below in a garage, surrounded by tools, this Corvette shaker set is in tip top shape. See more novelty salt and pepper shakers here.
3 Book Salt and Pepper Shakers
This nice set of book salt, pepper and paprika shakers were made in Japan and they fit well with Hemingway, David Allen or other authors on the family bookshelf. We have 3 volumes – salt, pepper and paprika – but are missing volume III. I wonder what it was and if we can find it again? For vintage salt and pepper shaker auctions, check here.
4 Nail Polish Salt and Pepper Shakers
This elegant set of salt and pepper shakers would be at home in any dining room, in addition to any bathroom or purse (take out the salt and pepper first though)! Elegant black and pink and white and pink designs make for a great set of collectible salt and pepper shakers.
5 Peas in a Pod Salt and Pepper Shakers
This cute set of peas in a pod salt and pepper shakers don’t hold very much, but they are very cute and make a nice addition to your kitchen or dining table. Nestled amongst other peas they seem right at home, barely standing out.
Which image of Collectible Salt and Pepper Shakers was your favorite?
Which of the sets was your favorite? To see more, you can see our gallery of Salt and Pepper Shakers “In Situ” as well.