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Book resources!

Some of the best resources are in books. You can find most of them on your favorite bookstore site. This list is by no means exhaustive. I have only included books I have personally seen and recommend or books that have been highly recommended by other collectors.

*1001 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on Black Americana, Cat Characters, Niagra Falls, and Mermaids.
*1002 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on nodders, Fitz & Floyd, and Parkcraft.
*1003 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, Walter Lantz, foreign characters, entertainment characters, mascots, and symbols.
*1004 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on nursery-ryme and literary characters.
*1005 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on miniatures and famous people.
*1006 Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Larry Carey and Sylvia Tompkins. This book focuses on advertisements.
*America's Salt & Pepper Shakers, by Irene Thronberg and Sylvia Tompkins. This book profiles various manufacturers from the US.
*The Big Book of Salt & Pepper Shaker Series, by Irene Thornberg. This book is focuses on collecting series of shakers.
*Ceramic Arts Studio Identification and Price Guide, by Mike Schneider. This book covers almost everything made by Ceramic Arts Studio.
*Collecting Salt & Pepper Shaker Series, by Irene Thornberg. This book covers a variety of shaker series.
*The Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt and Pepper Shakers: Figural and Novelty, by Melva Davern. There are actually two series of this book. This book covers a variety of figual and novelty shakers.
*The Complete Salt and Pepper Shaker Book, by Mike Schneider. This book is a very good book for beginners. It covers a variety of manufacturers and types of shakers.
*Salt and Pepper Shakers, by Helene Guarnaccia. This book has several volumes (I-IV).

See what other collectors have!

This is a list of links to other people's collections. Take a look. See what others collect (and you need)! If you find a good link not listed here, email it to me!

Dana's S&P pages

Fuller's HomePage

GoMom's Collection

Ilo's Salt and Pepper Shakers

Jean's Salt and Pepper Page

John Walker's Shakers

Kat's Home Page

MsLibra's pages

Salt and Pepper Museum

Shakerlady's Salt and Pepper Shaker Page

Sophie Murin's Collection

Tracy's Page

We are Totally Potty!

Learn from other collectors!

Join the Novelty Salt and Pepper Shakers Club! Just click on the logo!

Join the Novelty Shakers Yahoo eGroup!

Novelty Shakers eGroup Homepage

Read articles about other collectors!

Abilene Reporter-News: Shakin' Things Up

Detroit News: Hot and Cold running salt and pepper shakers

The Old Times: Shakers

Web Resources!

Here is a list of links to information about collecting including information about various manufacturers. If you would like to see links to manufacturers, please click on Places to Buy Shakers at the top of the page.

Antique Pottery and Ceramics Directory

Ceramic Arts Studio history

Clay Art Company (article)

Curioscape

Holt Howard Collectibles (a guide)

Holt Howard Pixieware Reference

Kitchen Kitsch

Kovels' Online Price Guide

Maloneys Online (resource directory)

Red Wing Pottery (Wing Tips Home Page)

Royal China (history)

Shawnee Pottery (history)

Treasure Craft (history)