This pretty set of Pink Depression Glass salt and pepper shakers are in the pattern named Doric by Jeannette Glass. Doric is an attractive panel and grid molded pattern. Most of the panels are plain, but variety is added by a band of panels around the bottom that alternates between plain and starburst panels. This band is separated from the longer, upper panels and the bottom of the shaker by narrow concentric rings. The foot of each has a faint mold design of concentric rings, and you can see the inconsistencies in the mold when you look through the bottoms of the shakers. This design flaw adds charm to this inexpensively produced glass.
Each of these pink depression glass shakers measures 3-inches tall and 2-inches in diameter at the bottom, tapering to just over an inch at the top. The domed metal shaker top brings the height to 3-7/8-inches tall.
Doric was made by Jeannette from 1935 to 1938. There is no mark.
As is usually the case in Depression Era glass shakers, the original tops are dented, tarnished and worn, and one is darker than the other. However, other than the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities in the glass, there is no damage.
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Doric Pink Depression Glass Salt and Pepper Shakers Jeannette Glass