Circa 1900, made in Sheffield, England by the Joseph Haywood Company, this is a lovely set that includes 4 crystal vessels. Two have heavy crystal stoppers, one has a silver plated shaker lid, and there is a lidded mustard jar, or salt jar(?)that has a sterling silver spoon that fits in the notch in the lid, even when opened. The 2 metal tops are marked, "EPNS", which means electo/electro plated nickle silver. It's a generic term used by many companies in England during the late 1800's to early 1900's. The bottom is marked with, "Joseph Haywood Co., Sheffield", and several hallmarks. I would call this a "medium" size set. All but the jar with spoon are a little over 4 inches tall (not including the stoppers). The jar is just under. There is some wear to the silver plating, but not too bad. Primarily to the handle.