For the set of three
A trio of early American pattern glass tableware pieces in the clear diagonal band pattern. This pattern was produced circa 1879 by Ripley and Company, and was also known as California, although was not part of the official States group of patterns.
The trio consists of an 8.25 inch tall Celery vase, a 5.5 inch tall Spooner, and a 5.5 inch tall Sugar.
Celery has a diameter of 4 inches at the lip, and a stem with 3.75 inch diameter foot
The Spooner has a diameter of 4.5 inches at the lip, and a squat foot of 3.25 inches in diameter
The Sugar is 3.5 inches at the lip, and 2.75 inches at the base. The squat foot of the Sugar matches that of the Spooner. Both the Sugar and the Spooner also sport a star pattern at the bottom of the bowl where it joins to the foot. The Celery with it's elongated stem does not have this pattern feature.
All the pieces show some wear from use, minor surface scratches, and base wear, but the sugar has a 1/4 inch chip to the foot and 5 or 6 chips to the upper rim of less than 1/8 inch each