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Pepper Shaker, Louisville Stoneware, Precious Pigs Shaker with Handle, Vintage

Pepper Shaker, Louisville Stoneware, Precious Pigs Shaker with Handle, Vintage

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  • Pattern:  Precious Pigs by Louisville Stoneware, Replacement Pepper Shaker
  • Vintage: 1970's - 1980's (estimated)
  • Details:  An adorable pepper shaker from Louisville Stoneware, (now called Stoneware & Co).  It's from their Precious Pigs collection that features a pink piggy wearing a blue bandana, the shaker has blue stripes on top and bottom.  These are in the old-country style shakers with the large side handle, very cute!  We only have the pepper shaker, if you broke yours and are looking for a replacement, we hope this is a happy find.  Otherwise, it makes a cute piece of decor in a Country or Farmhouse kitchen.   
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Dimensions:  Approx. 3.5 inches Tall, 2.5 inches in Diameter
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition. There are no cracks, chips, or scratches.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are ANTIQUE and VINTAGE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and imperfections.     

Louisville Stoneware has a long history, they are one of the oldest stoneware companies in the US.  Jacob Lewis established the Lewis Pottery in 1815.  Through the years this pottery has had several names like Bauer Pottery, & Cherokee Pottery. In 1938 John B. Taylor acquired the pottery and changed the name to JB Taylor Company.  In 1970 John Robertson renamed it Louisville Stoneware, after the death of JB Taylor.  Their specialty is decorating pottery with Kentucky Derby and Christmas themes. They also create personalized items and items specific for other vendors like Cracker Barrel. The clay used by the company comes from western Indiana, and may be up to 250 million years old. The company is still in business, now owned by Stephen A. Smith.

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