Novelty sterling silver pepper pots in fun designs to sit upon your table and make you smile. Victorian and Edwardian. All made in England.

Watering can pepper pot. Made in London in 1868.
Watering can pepper pot. Made in London in 1868. Sterling silver. E. H. Stockwell, maker. Image © 2018 Peter Cameron Antique Silver, London, UK. Fair use license. via https://www.petercameronantiquesilver.com/product/a-victorian-silver-novelty-watering-can-pepper-pot/
Hare pepperpot. 1903. Edwardian.
Hare pepperpot. The forehead is pierced to allow the pepper to come out and is filled by removing the head. 1903. Edwardian. Sterling silver. Grey & Company, Birmingham, maker. The two front feet are each partly hallmarked as is the collar of the pull-off head. Image © 2019 Sanda Lipton, London UK. Fair use license. via http://www.antique-silver.com/antiques/d/edwardian-sterling-silver-novelty-pepper-pot-shaped-as-a-hare/252209/
Novelty pepperpot in the form of a child's pull along toy with wheels that actually turn. Filled by removing the head with the pepper emerging from the chest of the horse. 1900.
Novelty pepperpot in the form of a child’s pull along toy with wheels that actually turn. Filled by removing the head with the pepper emerging from the chest of the horse. 1900. Stamped with good clear English silver hallmarks to both the base and head. Saunders & Shepherd, makers. Image © 2019 waxantiques, London. Fair use license. via http://www.waxantiques.com/antique-silver/d/antique-miniature-silver-childs-toy-horse-pepper/223904
Mouse or vole silver-gilt novelty pepperpot.
Mouse or vole silver-gilt novelty pepper pot. Made in London in 1907. Body and interior lightly gilt. William Hornby, maker. Image © BADA Ltd, London. Fair use license. https://www.bada.org/object/edwardian-silver-gilt-novelty-pepper-pot-form-mouse
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