The AGSSSC is a group of salt and sugar shaker collectors who encourage, promote, and support the collection and study of late 19th
and early 20th century glass salt and sugar shakers. The Club seeks to stimulate interest and education of members and the general public
about this distinctive, historical and decorative art form by providing written documentation, research, news articles and opportunities
for meetings and discussions.
The salt shakers pictured above are some of the most recent of over 1,100 shakers that have been sent by our members to our "ID Committee"
to determine origin (maker) and report any other information about the shaker. Committee members research AGSSSC files and
international reference materials such as books on Victorian glass, company catalog pages, and museum sites.
If you click on the "Identify Unknown Shaker" heading (left above), you will learn more about the Committee procedures, go to Numerical or
Alphabetical listings of all shakers that have been ID'd, visit picture galleries of shakers that have been ID'd or are still "unknown,"
or click "Home" to return to this "Welcome" page to make another selection. If you click on each shaker above (as well as those in the Numerical
or Alphabetical listings), you will be led to specific information about that shaker. Little is known about several of the ID shakers above. If you
have more information, please contact your webmaster or Brad Gougeon, our ID chairman. Read articles about special shakers or about
Club activities by clicking on other headings above.
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