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    Posted 5 years ago

    jenre
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    I love these little shakers. I would like to know the maker and date of manufacture. Any guesses on a date? 1960's or could it be earlier?

    The pattern on the lids might help identify them.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Comments

    1. fortapache fortapache, 5 years ago
      They have the same tops as a pair I just bought. But the glass pattern is different.
      The only info I came up with mine wrong. Yours looks like a hobnail pattern.
    2. fortapache fortapache, 5 years ago
      Hazel Atlas Cube pattern seems to be a popular ID. Hazel Atlas seems likely the Cube pattern not so much.
    3. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 5 years ago
      They certainly are pretty! :)
    4. jenre jenre, 5 years ago
      Hi fortapache, are yours a similar shape or size? I suppose the lids can so easily be switched that it could just as easily hinder as help in identification. Yeah, these are definitely hobnail.

      nutsaboutas6, I'll look into Fenton as well as Hazel Atlas. Yeah, I hope to hear from TallCakes haha.

      katherinescollections, yesss
    5. jenre jenre, 5 years ago
      Fenton hobnail shakers are generally more perfectly cylindrical and have no starburst on the bottom. Mine look kind of fat.
    6. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Fenton seems to be losing out - jrnre is right - no starburst. Fancy shapes though.
    7. jenre jenre, 5 years ago
      I think we have a real mystery here. I can't find these or anything similar online, but from what I gather, hobnail was introduced in the 40's so it likely isn't older than that.
    8. jenre jenre, 5 years ago
      Btw the fenton hobnails are nice though. Now I'm going to know those when I see them :)
    9. fortapache fortapache, 5 years ago
      Mine are similar size and shape. But the pattern is different.
    10. jenre jenre, 5 years ago
      I'd like to see yours fortapache :)

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