Sleek Silver Plate Salt & Pepper Shaker Set by Nasco Post WWII Era
Product Description: After World War II, Allied forces occupied Japan from 1945-1952. This sleek pair of silver plated salt & pepper shakers by Nasco, are fine examples during this period. Marked made in Occupied Japan, this pair features and embossed motif on four areas encircling the body with a pedestal base and dome top screw on lids. There are 4 sets of 3 holes on each side of the lid with the holes of the pepper shaker being slightly larger.
Care: Gently hand wash and dry with soft cloth
Base Diameter: 1 3/8"
Product Weight: 6.6 ounces (pair)
Markings: NASCO, Made in Occupied Japan along with five sided incised mark with S.
Material: Silver Plate
Maker or Trade name: Nasco
Origin: Occupied Japan
Condition: Previously owned - used. Good condition. Light patina and wear in a few areas, although still bright and shiny. Lids screw on as they should.
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