Celery Vase

Why would you put celery in an EAPG celery vase? During the Victorian era, from 1830 to early 1900, celery was a rare and expensive vegetable that families regarded as a luxurious treat. Cooks cleaned and scraped raw stalks, then put them in cold water in tall glass vases. This style of preparation and presentation in expensive celery vases was a symbol of prestige and confirmed a family’s upper-class status. Celery was thus considered a delicacy and purchased to impress dinner guests. Today celery vases make beautiful flower vases.
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Antique Glass, Vintage Glassware, Pressed Glass, Pattern Glass, EAPG, Amber Leaf & Flower Celery Vase on Frosted background, 1891 Hobbs Glass Co
Antique Glass, Vintage Glassware, Pressed Glass, Pattern Glass, EAPG, Clear Etched Dakota Celery Vase, 1891 Ripley & Co
Antique Glass, Vintage Glassware, Pressed Glass, Pattern Glass, EAPG,Ealectric Blue with gold Seedpod Celery Vase, 1898 Riverside Glass Co
PGCV15000
EAPG Pattern:  Leaf & Flower celery vase, amber stain on frosted background
Circa: 1891-
Company:   Hobbs Glass Co
Excellent Condition
Price: $255.00
PGCV15003
EAPG Pattern:  Etched Dakota celery vase, fern & berry etching
Circa: 1891--
Company:   Ripley & Co
Condition:  a few scratches
Price: $130.00
PGCV15002
EAPG Pattern: Seedpod celery vase, electric blue with gold
Circa: 1898--
Company:   Riverside Glass Co
Excellent Condition
Price: $285.00
Antique Glass, Vintage Glassware, Pressed Glass, Pattern Glass, EAPG, Ruby Stained Millard Celery Vase, 1893 Hobbs Glass Co
Antique Glass, Vintage Glassware, Pressed Glass, Pattern Glass, EAPG, Rpyal Crystal Celery Vase, Riverside Glass
PGCV15004
EAPG Pattern:  Millard celery vase, ruby stained
Circa:  1893--
Company:   Hobbs Glass Co
Condition: several scratches & tiny clear spot on ruby stained
Price: $225.00

PGCV15006
Royal Crystal or Atlanta Celery Vase, ruby stained and clear
Size:  6 1/4" tall
Circa: 1899
MFG: Tarentum Glass
Excellent Condition
Price: $155.00