Sheaf and Diamond Pattern open compote by Bryce, Higbee and Co. c. 1905. The compote stands 6 inches high and is 8 inches in diameter. This compote has a ruffled rim with graceful smooth serrations. The pedestal base is plain and simple with the primary decoration of fans and diamonds on the bowl of the compote. This is a lovely item for your table, display or collection of Early American Pattern Glass. There is a linear shallow area on the foot that is likely a bubble that has broken the surface in the pressing. It is smooth. The close up magnification shot shows this blemish. It is visible in the large image on the base. This area is about one inch long. There are two tiny chips on the sheaf pattern ribs. These are old and worn smooth. I could not get them to show up on a photograph because they are so small. There is no purpling of the glass. The base shows a lot of table wear. A very decorative and beautiful item of Victorian glass.