Add a splash of color to your kitchen with these very hard-to-find glass fired-on red Sugar and Flour shakers made by the Hocking Glass Company during the 1930s.
They measure 5" tall and hold 8 ounces. The sugar is a little more orange in color than the flour shaker. The finish on both shakers is worn, more matte, rather than shiny, shown in one of the photos and shown also in the reference book "Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years by Florence.
Both have original lids. Black lettering is very nice. Only the flour lid has some denting.
No chips, cracks or roughness. This is a very hard set to find.
Packed with care to assure a safe arrival.