1950's Anchor Hocking Fired On Red Blue Salt And Pepper Shakers
No chips, bites, or cracks. These were gently used. The red shaker has one 1/8" x 1/16" missing paint spot and a few tiny dots in the paint in that general area. Very difficult to picture although I did try. See the last picture. The lids are possibly bake-lite and they fit very nicely. Although they fit snugly they are easy to take off and put back on. The rims under the lids are in fine shape without any chipping.
SIZE: 5" tall X approximately 2-1/2" diameter overall. Base 1-7/8" across.
The red one is marked with a number 6 on the bottom and the blue one is marked number 2. No maker's mark.
These are pictured in different colors in Gene Florence's "Fire King & More, Second Edition" on page 174.
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