Victorian pressed glass celery vases, circa 1880-1900, produced by both Canadian and American glass companies.
In the 19th century celery was considered a delicacy. To present it to your guests in a special vessel with a flourish was an expression of abundance and good hospitality.
In the 21st century we have seen many collectors display them on a mantel or running down a table, filled with shells, pillar candles, or flowers.
Left to right:
9” (22.9cm) high, SOLD
8 3/8” (21.3cm) high, SOLD
10 1/8” ( 25.7cm) high, $295.
8 1/4” (21cm) high, $165.
8 7/8” (22.5cm) high, SOLD