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Antique SIGNED QUEZAL Gold IRIDESCENT Open SALT CELLAR Dish Art Glass Aurene Era

Antique SIGNED QUEZAL Gold IRIDESCENT Open SALT CELLAR Dish Art Glass Aurene Era

Paint sea shells and place them around your house to hold small items, like jewelry by your sink!

Paint sea shells and place them around your house to hold small items, like jewelry by your sink!

My Mom has ones like this that was her grandmothers ..... Vintage salt cellars

RESERVEDRL-Vintage Glass Salt Cellars 7 pc- Queens Manor

My Mom has ones like this that was her grandmothers ..... Vintage salt cellars

Bavaria Salt Dishes Hand Painted Porcelain Salt Cellars Open Salts Salt Dips Set of 6. $35.00, via Etsy.

Bavaria Salt Dishes Hand Painted Porcelain Salt Cellars Open Salts Salt Dips Set of 6. $35.00, via Etsy.

Farmhouse Big Bee Salt Cellar from @bowlandpitcher - featured today on the blog as one of my favorite Market Finds for this month

Farmhouse Big Bee Salt Cellar from @bowlandpitcher - featured today on the blog as one of my favorite Market Finds for this month

Salt Cellar and Spoon

Salt Cellar and Spoon - Green

Salt Cellar and Spoon

Antique Pink Depression Glass Hexagonal Salt cellars or Salts.

Antique Pink depression glass salt cellars 3 (three) hexagon in rare pink color salt dip, wedding proposal dish or box

Antique Pink Depression Glass Hexagonal Salt cellars or Salts.

Aqua Bird Ceramic Salt Cellar | World Market: for my specialty salts like Pink Himalayan

Aqua Bird Ceramic Salt Cellar

Aqua Bird Ceramic Salt Cellar | World Market: for my specialty salts like Pink Himalayan

Salt cellars add personality and beauty to the table...

Salt cellars add personality and beauty to the table...

"Salt wasn’t always shake-able. In the early part of the 20th century, the Morton Salt Company of Chicago added magnesium carbonate to their salt to make it flow. Before that, salt was clumpy and rough, served in little containers (salt cellars) that you’d pinch your serving out of. Of course, if you were fancy, you’d have something like these silver seashells, with accompanying tiny spoons."

15 Beautiful Objects We Don’t Use Anymore

"Salt wasn’t always shake-able. In the early part of the 20th century, the Morton Salt Company of Chicago added magnesium carbonate to their salt to make it flow. Before that, salt was clumpy and rough, served in little containers (salt cellars) that you’d pinch your serving out of. Of course, if you were fancy, you’d have something like these silver seashells, with accompanying tiny spoons."

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