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Cut crystal saltcellar dates from 1890-1910. This open saltcellar is round with short sides and a sawtooth rim. There are cut diamonds and fans on the sides. On the underside there is a starburst. J. C. Beall of Columbus, Ohio, donated this item in…

Cut crystal saltcellar dates from 1890-1910. This open saltcellar is shaped like a canoe. There are cut strawberry diamond designs. J. C. Beall of Columbus, Ohio, donated this item in 1995.

Cut crystal saltcellar dates from 1890-1910. This open saltcellar is shaped like a canoe. There are cut strawberry diamond designs. J. C. Beall of Columbus, Ohio, donated this item in 1995.

Cut-crystal saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The open saltcellar has six sides on the exterior and the interior is smooth. On the underside there is a cut six-petal flower. On the sides there are fans. There is a sawtooth rim. J. C. Beall of…

Cut-crystal saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The open saltcellar has six sides on the exterior and the interior is smooth. On the underside there is a cut six-petal flower. On the sides there are fans. There is a sawtooth rim. J. C. Beall of…

Cut-crystal pepper shaker that dates from 1880-1910 has a round, flat base. The sides, which narrow to the threaded rim, have vertical grooves with pairs of small notches. There are four smooth ovals on the sides. The silver top is pointed and there…

Cut-crystal saltshaker that dates from 1880-1910 has a round, flat base. The sides, which narrow to the threaded rim, have vertical grooves with pairs of small notches. There are four smooth ovals on the sides. The silver top is pointed and there is…

Clear glass saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The oval saltcellar has a molded sunburst in the base. The sides are straight. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Mrs. Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta, Ohio, in 1942.

Clear glass saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The oval saltcellar has a molded sunburst in the base. The sides are straight. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Mrs. Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta, Ohio, in 1942.

Clear glass saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The oval saltcellar has a molded sunburst in the base. The sides are straight. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Mrs. Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta, Ohio, in 1942.

Clear glass saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The oval saltcellar has a molded sunburst in the base. The sides are straight. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Mrs. Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta, Ohio, in 1942.

Clear glass saltcellar dates from 1900-1920. The oval saltcellar has a molded sunburst in the base. The sides are straight. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Mrs. Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta, Ohio, in 1942.

Wooden mustard spoon dating from 1875-1925 has a long round handle and a deep round bowl.

Aluminum pepper shaker that dates from 1925-1960 is cylindrical with a flat screw-on cap. There are fifteen punched holes in the cap.

Pewter pepper shaker that dates from 1825-1850 has a round pedestal foot and a bulbous body. The domed top has a ball finial and punched holes. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Tom B. Christopher of Greenville, Ohio, in 1977.

Pewter pepper shaker dates from 1850-1900. The shaker has a round pedestal foot, a bulbous body and a small pointed finial. The top of the shaker has pierced designs. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Tom B. Christopher of…

Pewter salt shaker dates from 1850-1900. The shaker has a round pedestal foot, a bulbous body and a small knob finial. The top of the shaker has pierced designs The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Tom B. Christopher of Greenville,…

Pewter pepper shaker dates from 1850-1900. The shaker has a pedestal foot and a bulbous body. The narrow top has pierced holes and a pointed finial. There is a hole in the underside. The Ohio Historical Society received this item from Tom B.…

Pewter salt shaker dates from 1850-1900. The shaker has a pedestal foot and a bulbous body. The narrow top has pierced holes and a pointed finial. There is a hole in the underside with a cork stopper. The Ohio Historical Society received this item…

Earthenware salt shaker made by Weller Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio, is part of the Zona Utility Ware line designed by Rudolph Lorber. It dates from 1911-1936. The shaker is decorated with a molded red apple, green leaves and brown branches. There are…

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