These are 1950’s IRice Japanese Salt n Pepper Shakers. Small globe shaped clear pressed glass with a diamond pattern.
An American company started in 1920 by Irving W. Rice as an import Company. IRice never made the products they sold, but rather Imported them from Europe and the far east. Prior to World War II the company was well know for importing Czechoslovakian crystal for perfume bottles. Using American suppliers during the war,
Afterwards the company began importing again, this time from the far east. First from Japan and later from Taiwan.
IRice Japanese Salt n Pepper Shakers Size and Condition
This Salt and Pepper Set measures 2-3/4″ tall by 2″ wide in a globe shape. The glass doesn’t have any chips or cracks, but there does appear to be pitting from the salt over the years. The Lids screw on and off easily, but do have some corrosion and silver tone loss due to age and use.