Federal Glass (USA) 'Show Off' Jars/Canisters, in Sun Gold [sold separately]
Federal Glass was established in Columbus, Ohio, in 1900 by George and Robert J. Beatty, from the successful Beatty glass manufacturing family.
By the 1920s Federal Glass were making full sets of tableware and their patterns from the 20s and 30s are typical Depression Glass sets, collected enthusiastically by many people today.
In the 1940s and '50s the company continued to produce tableware sets of coloured pressed glass, like their 'Heritage' pattern (1940-55) and 'Star' which they made in the 1950s.
You can read more about the history of Federal Glass, here:
Pattern: Show Off, in Sun Gold
Model: Jars/Canisters - 1 x small, 2 x large
Capacity: small = 1 Lt/Qt, large = 2Lt/Qt
[each sold separately]
Dimensions: 17cm tall x 13cm diameter (small); 23cm tall x 13cm diameter (large)
Condition: all are in great vintage condition - the small has some nibbles on the internal rim; the large both have some tears in the plastic stoppers
The last picture show the jars in the original dealer catalogue!