This pair of pottery shakers has a fun shape with nice graphics. They are domed with the shaker holes at the ridge but on one side only. Each side has a bird with foliage. On the bottom of each shaker it is marked; Mexico and KE. I believe the KE stands for Ken Edwards, an artisan that worked with Jorge Wilmot in the 1950's to popularize this distinctive style. I believe these are from the 1970’s.
They measure about 2 ¼” high and about 2 7/8” wide and 1 ¼” thick at the base. They are in good condition with minor wear. One shaker has a glazed firing flaw, a hole which was caused from debris in the clay when it was fired and a small nick all of which are pointed out in the photos. The other shaker is without any flaws. The condition has been taken into account in the price.
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