These milk glass kitchen shakers were made from 1934-37 by the Hocking Glass Co. Known as the Vitrock pattern, these are decorated with red flower pots and black lettering and accents and a ribbed pattern in the glass. Each shaker stands about 4” tall and is 3 ¾” at its widest. Other pieces were offered by Hocking, but these three are marked Flour, Pepper, and Sugar. They are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks in the glass and no loss of paint on the decorations. Two of the red metal screw-on lids have slight paint loss, but the one on the sugar jar has greater loss but does retain its red color. For being around 85 years old, they are wonderful and so much fun!
These are priced as a set of three.
The red and white checked tablecloth is listed separately in our shop.
This would be a fabulous addition to your Depression era collection or to have out in your kitchen every day. Please contact us if you have any questions. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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Depression Era Hocking Co. Vitrock Art Deco Kitchen Shakers