$ 24.99

Cute vintage little shaker which I was going to use for powdered sugar when dusting cookies or cakes.

It is metal and is 3-1/4" high and 1-7/8" across the bottom. The bottom unscrews and comes off and that is where it is filled. You have to work with screwing it on a bit but you can get it on. The former owner tried to etch "Salt" on the front but was not very successful and it is a bit hard to read and I really did not notice it until I started examining it closely. Good size handle to grip onto.

When I bought this some time ago, I loved it because it looked so vintage, dented and worn and must have had quite a history. It is old looking with wear and dents and scratches but I loved it because of that. I never used it for dusting cookies with sugar but it would be very handy for that as well as salt, "everything seasoning", cinnamon or any other seasonings or spices that you often use.

It could also be used for seasonings to sprinkle on your garlic bread, fish, sugar on snickerdoodles, sparkling red and green sugar on top of Christmas cookies, shakable toppings on a latte or to put in a vintage kitchen collection. It's a cute tiny little thing!


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