Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – Corn Salt & Pepper Shakers
Items in the shape of corn on the cob have a special place on the mantle of Americana Pop Culture. Whether plastic, ceramic, bowl, plate, S&P or cob holder, the texture of husks and kernels has fascinated mold makers since the beginning of time, elevating corn to the status of oranges and tomatoes as the foodstuffs most imitated in Kitsch kitchen accessories design.
These 4″ plastic S&P’s are devoid of any manufacturer’s mark but look to be late 70′s/ early 80′s. They have rubber stoppers, both slightly melted from being too close to corn boiling on the stove. I covet these more for their form than their function as they always leave a nasty little trail of salt and pepper from what’s slipped through the meltage.
Categories: Accessories, Food, Furniture and Housewares, Kitsch, Kitsch O' The Day
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