Vintage Pheasant Salt & Pepper Shakers Import by Enesco
Enesco was founded in 1959 by Eugene Freedman. Originally operating a small plastics and figurine company in Milwaukee, Freedman soon joined a Chicago-based import company, which had spun off of a prominent wholesale merchandising operation, N. Shure Co., the name of which morphed into N.S. Co.—and ultimately, Enesco. They are one of the largest head vase manufacturers in the world.
Most designs of Enesco (including head vases) were made by Japanese pottery makers and are marked exclusively with paper labels. These shakers have the original foil labels on them which are marked "Imports Enesco Japan".
These pheasants are colorfully and artfully hand painted; each has (I believe) the original cork plug. For the bird lover, these will be a great piece to have on the table. There length is approximately 2 5/8 inches; the base measures 1 1/8 inch.
Item ID: No#64H
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