Police salt and pepper shakers


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SKU: 104247 Category: Tags: ,


Police box and English ‘bobbie’  this salt and pepper shakers set, the policeman is 9cm  tall, and is the salt cellar; the police box is a little shorter and is the pepper pot.

Ceramic with plastic bungs.

The concept of modern policing has its roots in pre-Victorian England, when the British home minister, Sir Robert Peel (1778-1850), oversaw the creation of London’s first organized police force. Before Peel’s 1829 reforms, public order had been maintained by a mix of night watchmen, local constables and red-coat-wearing army soldiers, who were deployed as much to quell political troubles as to deal with local crime. 

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