Signed 12 ¼” Original Vintage 1940s-1950s Modern Midcentury Lathe-Turned Wood Pepper Mill-Grinder Displaying Black & Gold Painted Surface w/ Colorful Hand-Painted Flowers on One Side, Golden Lead & Stem Design on Opposing Side & Brass Finial! - image 1 of 16

HERE’S A SIGNED 12 ¼” ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1940S OR 1950S MODERN MIDCENTURY LATHE-TURNED WOOD PEPPER MILL / GRINDER MADE IN DENMARK THAT DISPLAYS A BLACK AND GOLD PAINTED SURFACE ALONG WITH A COLORFUL HAND-PAINTED FLOWER DESIGN ON ONE SIDE RENDERED IN PURPLE, WHITE, GREEN, YELLOW, AND ORANGE, A GOLDEN STEM & LEAF DESIGN ON THE OPPOSING SIDE, AND COMPLETED WITH A BRASS FINIAL ON TOP!

Dimensions: This pepper mill-grinder measures approximately twelve and one quarter inches (12 1/4”) in height by two and three eighths inches (2 3/8”) in diameter across the base (which is the widest point).

Signature: Signed on the underside bottom with an original blue and silver foil paper label that reads “Made in Denmark”

Condition: Very good and clean condition with minor wear around the gold-painted base rim, a few very small markings and minor age-related darkening to the painted surfaces, and age darkening to the brass finial. But overall, still quite nice and appears to have rarely if ever been used.

Domestic buyer pays calculated shipping for secure packing and USPS priority within the United States. I no longer ship internationally due to the high volume of scams taking place. Sorry.

ITEM ID
1155
COLOR
Black, Gold, Green, Orange, Purple, White, Yellow
PURPOSE
Salt & Pepper Shakers
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Signed 12 ¼” Original Vintage 1940s-1950s Modern Midcentury Lathe-Turned Wood Pepper Mill-Grinder Displaying Black & Gold Painted Surface w/ Colorful Hand-Painted Flowers on One Side, Golden Lead & Stem Design on Opposing Side & Brass Finial!

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