I love novelty salt and pepper shakers especially pottery and ceramic. On the other hand my husband loves those tall, shiny fire engine red Rusell Hobbs ones that run on batteries and light up when you used them .....sheesh.
For you, Finy. https://www.google.com.au/shopping/product/13767492592097290290?q=novelty+salt+and+pepper+shakers&safe=strict&biw=1212&bih=620&prds=paur:ClkAsKraX8x6wLrt6xhGJDEjQyYNs8sPS7ATGi9gv5F0YNBu_BWv_3boNErL25S9hrvb1AQzzi-4tXxuUTrGlujx2AlPgJS5mTw7bzRyxSUboYjsp86TgDsP-xIZAFPVH73CAnr1kmUNn8nevL6S1ljXnV_USA&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj5oJvitu_KAhUD02MKHZNgA2MQ8wIIlwIwBQ
I have a pair of frogs which have never been used as salt and pepper shakers partly because I prefer freshly ground from a mill but partly because they are so cute that they are kept purely for ornament.