Here are three glass candy containers. Two are in cobalt blue. They are a mailbox and a clock. These items were produced by the molds from the Westmoreland glass company. The Westmoreland Glass Company began in the late 1800s and produced a variety of glass products including candy containers until about the 1940s. The company changed hands a few times after that and their molds were to other companies. They went out of business in the 1980s. These two cobalt blue items should be considered reproductions but are still very collectable. The piano candy container is a shimmery yellow but it is not Vaseline glass. It is also a reproduction. All the containers are in fine condition with not chips.