Kind of cool to see a Glasbake tea pot and hard plastic lid on a piece with bamboo(?) wound around the neck! Truly goes back to dining car eating. There is a little design on the body of the fired-on yellow finish. I find no damages on the piece.
A set of six salt cellars and dips made of Bohemian glass in Checz. is new and undamaged in the original box: the manufactures' foil label is applied to a dip handle. The box is decorated with Alpine scenes on one side and has red ink numbers and what appears to be a post office mark in the other side. The glass is molded in a diamond pattern on the side and bottom and the rim is flat, almost ground looking and seems to be fire-polished. A cool set of interesting glass.
Open Salts Vintage Luster Japan Art Deco Set Of 4 Blue Gold
This is a beautiful set of 4 salt dips, open salt dishes or salt cellars made in the 1930s and marked Made In Japan. the open salts are blue and gold luster. The salts are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. Beautiful and very collectible.
Vintage Czech Porcelain Double Open Salt Blue Onion 1940s Blue White
This is an elegant blue and white porcelain double open salt or double salt dish made in the 1940s by C Teichert, Dubi', Czechoslovakia in a variant of the Blue Onion pattern. The handled double salt measures 2.25 inches high at the handle by 5 inches long by 3 inches wide and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. Lovely!
This is a set of six pressed glass salt cellars. They are in good, used condition. They come with five little plastic spoons. The spoons are marked Japan on the handle. You can see it in the picture. These come in the original box. It does have issues. Take a look at the pictures. I am attaching photos. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
This is a dark amber figural open salt, salt dip or salt cellar called Bird And Berry that was made by Degenhart, USA in the 1960s from old victorian McKee Glass molds. The figural bird shaped open salt measures 1.75 inches high by 3.25 inches long by 2 wide and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks. So cute!
Open Salts Silver Cobalt Blue Glass England Set Of Four
These 4 silverplate open salts, salt cellars or salt dips with cobalt glass liners date from the 1920-1930s and have an art deco feel. They measure 1.5 inch in diameter at the top, just under 2 inches in diameter at the flared bottom and 1.5 inches high. Although bought as a set in England, two are slightly different in the engraved line decoration placement and there are different makers marks: on 2 is EPandN A1 Sheffield; on 1 is Hornison EPandS Sheffield; and the 4th is marked Primus IEandSS. Three of the cobalt liners are in very good condition and the 4th has chipping to the rim. Otherwise a very stylish set in very good ++ condition.
Antique tiny open salt cellars, Set of two,Showing deeply cut crystal, Very pretty pattern, As per images, Measuring approximately 1 1/2 inches in diameter and 1 3/4 inches high, In excellent condition, free from chips and cracks.
Mappin And Webb Salt Spoon Mustard Silver Plate Husk
This is a master salt spoon or mustard spoon with a husk wreath pattern made by Mappin and Webb, England in silver plate in the 1940-1950s. The spoon has a round bowl, measures 3.25 inches long and is in very good +++ condition with some minor plate loss on the sides of the handle. So cute!
Royal Worcester Shell Pin Dish Open Salt Floral England
This is a lovely little bone china pin dish or open salt in a shell shape with applied hand made Staffordshire flowers I brought home from England. The dish was made in 1955 by the Worcester Royal Porcelain Co in Staffordshire, England and is the shape #1347. This would make a great teabag caddy as well. It is in very good +++ near excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations--even to the flower petals which is rare.
Open Salt Master Crystal Oval Fluted England Salt Dip
I love the shape of this salt. It is an oval fluted crystal master salt I brought back from England. It looks to me in the light like it is turning purple. The oval master salt measures 3.75 inches by 2.75 inches by 1.75 inches high and dates to 1890-1910. The salt dip has one very small shallow chip on the top but is otherwise in very good condition with very little wear. I love it!
Open Salt Master Crystal England Rectangular Victorian
This is a great clear crystal master salt that measures 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches by 2 inches high. It dates to about 1900 and I brought it back from England where I bought it at Camden Passage antiques market. The master open salt has some small use fleabites on the edges but no chips or cracks. Lovely!
I don't know if you would call the pattern pressed into the bottom of this master salt dish I brought home recently from England a leaf or a star. This is a very old master open salt or salt dip, dating to 1890-1910. It measures 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches by 2.75 inches high. It is in very good condition but it does have a small shallow chip on a bottom corner measuring approximately .75 of an inch. You can only see it if you turn the piece over. Otherwise very good.
George Vi Sterling Silver Salt Spoon Handmade Sixpence
This is a King George VI sterling silver salt spoon all hand made from a silver sixpence from Rhodesia with the crowned profile of of King George VI that has been formed into a bowl with a sterling silver barley twist handle added with a twisted, beaded wire open heart shaped finial. The silver sixpence dates to 1937 which is the year King George VI came to the throne after his older brother Edward VIII abdicated to marry Wallis Simpson. We acquired them from a silver dealer we deal with in Covent Garden, London England. The spoon measures 3.25 inches long bowl is .75 in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. This is a great souvenir of King George VI who is Queen Elizabeth II's father and an elegant and historic addition to your open salt on the tea table.
Open Salt Silver English Shell Dolphin Victorian Dip
This is a fabulous and difficult to find antique English victorian open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made of silver plated cast metal dating to 1880-1900. We brought it home from England last trip. The open salt features a shell shape dish supported by a dolphin. The dip was cast in 2 pieces and then assembled. The salt dip is marked 3337 and a W. The salt cellar is in excellent condition and very collectible.
Mappin Webb Cruets Cobalt Salt Mustard Pepper Tray Spn
This is a fabulous vintage cruet set of 5 matching art deco design pieces by Mappin and Webb, Ltd., England. The pieces are an open salt with cobalt blue glass liner, a pepper or pepperette, a hinge lidded mustard with cobalt blue glass liner and a matching mustard spoon or salt spoon and oval tray. The open salt is 1.5 inches high, the pepper is 4 inches high and the ball footed tray measures 6.45 inches by 5 inches and the mustard spoon is 3 inches long. All pieces are identically marked and are made of Mappin plate, a high quality silver plate. The set is in excellent condition aside from 1 tiny rim chip on the cobalt blue glass liner of the salt. A wonderful set from a very collectible maker.
Open Salt Rare Banded Star Footed Rectangle King Old
This is a rar Banded Star footed open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made by King, Son and Company USA in the 1880s. The rectangular clear pressed glass salt measures 2 inches high by 2 inches long by 1.5 inches wide. The salt has had a repair to one leg, which is reflected in the price of this rarely seen salt. The salt is pictured on page 148 of 5,000 Open Salts Collector's Guide by Heacock and Johnson.
Antique English Cut Crystal Salt Waffle Button Diamond
This is an antique cut crystal open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made 1890-1900. The open salt measures 1 inch high by 1.75 inches in diameter with a pattern combining waffle, button and diamond point that I have been unable to find a name for. The salt dip has a ground plain base and is in excellent condition with good, sharp edges to the pattern. It is a beautiful salt and can be repurposed as a ring holder, sauce dish or just a lovely decorative accent.
Woodland Red Transferware Open Salt Wood's Salt Dip
This is a vintage open salt or salt dip in the Woodland pattern made by Wood's, England in the 1940s. The red or pink transferware open salt measures 1 inch high by 3 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition. Open salts are having a second life as ring dishes, sauce dishes or sorbet dishes. Cool!
Vintage porcelain footed salt cellars with gold exterior. Blue 'Germany' mark on bottoms. Lustre interiors. There are 10 of them; all in good condition but one has a pin dot fleabite on upper rim, (dab it with some antique gold paint). These are 1.75 wide x 1 tall; made before WW2 and likely before WW1. Great to use at an elegant dinner party! 1/10ant#2862
Salt Dip Imperial Glass Zipper Open Salt Clear Salt
This is a pressed glass open salt, salt dip or salt cellar in the Zipper pattern made in the 1970s by Imperial Glass Company, USA. The salt dip measures 1.25 inches high by 2 in diameter and is excellent condition. The open salt pattern can be seen on page 61 of 5000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson. Open salts are being used now for sauces, sushi, teabags and as ring holders. A very versatile little collectible.
Open Salt Salt Dip Waffle Vintage Individual Clear
This is a vintage individual clear pressed glass open salt, salt dip or salt cellar in a waffle pattern. The open salt measures .75 inch high by 1.25 in diameter, was made in the USA in the 1920s and is in very good +++ condition with tiny use marks on the rim. Open salts are now used on the dining or tea table for sauces, teabag holders or even for their original use...salt!
This is an antique Canadian glass open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made in Canada around 1900. The clear glass open salt measures 1 inch high bu 2.25 inches in diameter with a scalloped rim and alternating panels of waffle and zipper pattern. The salt is pictured on page 139 of Heacock and Johnsons book 5,000 Open Salts Collector's Guide. The open salt is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear.
This is a clear glass open salt, salt dip or salt cellar with a 10 paneled shape and star bottom measuring 1 inch high by 1.75 inches in diameter. The clear pressed glass salt is in very good ++ condition with no chips or cracks. There is an air bubble inclusion from manufacture and wear around the top rim.
This is an antique pair of clear cut glass salt dips or open salts in the Honeycomb or Diamond pattern made 1910-1920s in England. Each open salt or salt dip measures .75 inch high by 2 inches in diameter and has 6 sides and a 12 point cut star bottom. This salt is pictured on page 147 of 5000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson. The salt dips or salt cellars are in very good condition but they both have quite a bit of tiny chipping on the inside rim. There is a bit of excess glass in the bottom of one. There is a slight color difference in the pair with one being a slightly purple color when compared with the other.
This is an English milk glass or opaque glass antique open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made around 1900 by an unknown maker. The salt dip measures .5 inch high by 2 inches long by 1.25 inches wide and is in excellent, condition with no chips or cracks.
Open Salt Multi Paneled Star Bottom Salt Dip Fluted
This is an antique clear pressed glass salt dip or open salt with fluted sides or panels and a star bottom that was made by Westmoreland Glass Company, USA in the 1920s. The open salt measures 1 inch high by 1.75 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The salt is pictured on page 137 of 5,000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson.
Amberina Glass Salt Dip Imperial Glass Zipper Open Salt
This is an amberina glass or yellow to orange to red glass pressed open salt, salt dip or salt cellar in the Zipper pattern made in the 1970s by Imperial Glass Company, USA. The salt dip measures 1.25 inches high by 2 in diameter and is excellent condition. The color is gorgeous.
Four Open Salts English Colors Pink Green Yellow Lavend
This is a set of 4 antique ceramic open salts, salt dips or salt cellars made in England 1890-1910. The salts are colored pink, yellow, green and lavender with gold trim and measure .75 inch high by 1.5 in diameter. They are all in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. So cute!
Open Salt Individual Clear 8 Lobed Star Bottom Us Glass
This is an individual clear open salt, salt dip or salt celler made in the USA by either Bryce Bros or US Glass 1900-1910. The open salt is round in shape with 8 lobed panels and a star bottom and is pictured on page 136 of 5000 Open Salts A Collector's Guide by Heacock and Johnson. The salt dip is in very good ++ condition with no cracks and only monir fleabite chips on one lobe rim and is a pretty shape.
Master Open Salt English Cut Glass Victorian Hexagonal
This is a cut glass English master open salt or salt dip made 1860-1900 by an unknown English company. The hexagonal salt has a star bottom and measures 1.5 inches high by 2.75 in diameter. The salt is very like the McKee Tomato salt of the same era, but the McKee version is a bit bigger and made of pressed glass while this is of cut glass. The open salt is in very good ++ condition with no cracks and no major chips but does show tiny facet fleabite chips from use and age. A lovely piece.
Open Salt Multi Paneled 14 Point Star Bottom Salt Dip
This is an antique Englishe pressed glass salt dip or open salt with 12 sides and a 14 point star bottom that was made in England 1910-1916. The open salt measures 1 inch high by 2 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The salt is pictured on page 146 of 5,000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson.
English Clear Glass Open Salt Dip Paneled Star Bottom
This is a clear glass salt dip, open salt or salt cellar made in England 1920-1930s by an unknown maker in a pattern similar to the USA made Community pattern by Cambridge Glass Company. The hexagonal paneled salt dip measures 1 inch high by 2 inches in diameter, has a 14 petal flower or star bottom which is different than the US made salt. The open salt is in very good +++ condition with one small chip on the top point of a panel.
Salt Dip Set Of 6 Antique Honeycomb Diamond Cut Glass
This is an antique set of 6 clear cut glass salt dips or open salts in the Honeycomb or Diamond pattern made 1890-1900 in England. Each open salt or salt dip measures .75 inch high by 2 inches in diameter and has 6 sides and a 12 point cut star bottom. This salt is pictured on page 147 of 5000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson. The salt dips or salt cellars are in very good ++ condition but they all exhibit wear. There are tiny fleabite chips on all of them on the facet edging or the interior ring and one has a facet point chip. But they are still a neat set of victoriana.
Open Salt West Germany Round Circles Leaves Salt Dip
This is a clear open salt, salt dip or salt cellar made in West Germany by an unknown maker 1980-1990. The round salt dip measures .75 inch high by 2.25 inch in diameter and has an design of panels with circles and a double row of 8 lobed leaves on the bottom. The open salt is in excellent condition and is identified on page 165 of 5000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson.
Ruby Glass Salt Dip Imperial Glass Zipper Open Salt
This is a deep ruby glass or dark red glass pressed open salt, salt dip or salt cellar in the Zipper pattern made in the 1970s by Imperial Glass Company, USA. The salt dip measures 1.25 inches high by 2 in diameter and is excellent condition. The ruby red color is gorgeous.
Cambridge Clear Glass Open Salt Community Pattern Dip
This is a clear glass salt dip, open salt or salt cellar made by Cambridge Glass Company, USA 1920-1930s in the Community pattern. The hexagonal paneled salt dip measures 1 inch high by 1.75 inches in diameter, has a 14 petal flower bottom and is listed in 5000 Open Salts by Heacock and Johnson. The open salt is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but shows a bit of wear from use.
Salt Spoon King George V Sterling Silver Threepence
This is a cute sterling silver salt spoon made from a silver three penny bit with the face of King George V that has been hammered into a bowl with a sterling silver barley twist handle added. The three penny bits (we brought home 8 of these spoons from our last English buying trip) date from 1915-1922 and were made with genuine antique coins by a silversmith we deal with in Covent Garden, London England. The spoon measures 2.25 inches long bowl is .6 in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. They are so cute and an elegant and historic addition to your open salt on the tea table.
Open Salt Pressed Hobnail Zipper Blue Glass England
This is a master open salt, salt dip or salt cellar I brought home from England recently. The salt measure 2 inches high and is 3 inches in diameter. The salt dip is made of pressed turquoise blue in a jagged top crossed zipper and hobnail insert pattern with a star of flower bottom. The salt is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Two vintage hobnail glass salt dips. 2 clear glass ones for one price!. Lovely vintage salt dips. These date to the 1930-40's; I did see these in a book on glass at a bookstore at one time. I believe they were produced by Fenton Glass Co. One is in good condition; other one has a small flake of glass off it hear top but this flaw is not really noticeable. They are 2.75 wide x 2.75 and are 1 inch high. Very pretty to use a tealights at dinner parties as long as you line the bowl with foil first! I do have the aqua ones for sale separately.
For sale are two vintage hobnail aqua salt dips. 2 for one price! c.1930's-40's. These are shown in one of the books on vintage glass. They make elegant little tea lights at dinner parties too! The little tea light candles fit perfectly in these, as long as you line them with foil first to prevent breakage. Both are in good condition. Fenton Glass Co.?