Made by Enesco, this vintage pair of large-sized salt & pepper shakers are adorable and in mint condition. It features a little white squirrel perched above a highly-detailed nut. They are made of pottery and would look perfect year round on your breakfast table.
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One of the largest head vase manufacturers in the world, Enesco was founded in 1959 by Eugene Freedman. Originally operating a small plastics and figurine company in Milwaukee, Freedman soon joined a Chicago-based import company, which had spun off of a prominent wholesale merchandising operation, N. Shure Co., the name of which morphed into N.S. Co. —and ultimately, Enesco (The name ENESCO was chosen because of the way N.S.Co sounded phonetically).
The company began by marketing Southeast Asian giftware out of its modest Elk Grove, IL facilities; by the 80s, Enesco had expanded its presence throughout the U.S., and into Canada, Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, and Europe. Most designs of Enesco head vases were made by Japanese pottery makers and are marked exclusively with paper labels.