These mid-century shakers were produced by Hazel Atlas Glass and are marked on the bottom as such. These were often found in restaurants or dinners. The cube type of pattern may not have been named as there seems to be no consistent name for it but is sometimes referred to as; Block, Cube, or Quilted Block.
The glass portion of the shakers appears to be in Excellent Condition. As is often the case, the aluminum shaker lids are not perfect with typical dings but there are absolutely no signs of rust. The tops are not identical either with one shorter than the other though both fit the shakers snugly without issue. Perhaps the different tops were utilized to indicate salt or pepper as there doesn't appear to be any other difference between the two. The glass is clear and no nicks or breaks are found.
Each shaker is 3" tall.
Nice vintage pair to go in your picnic basket!
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