This small footed compote is in the Hickman pattern attributed to McKee and Brothers c. 1897. This pattern is also called LaClede by some sources. The compote stands 4 3/8 inche high and has a bowl diameter of 4 1/4 inches. There are no chips or cracks and the glass is clear without discoloration, purpling, staining or sickness. This would look lovely on your table in its original purpose as a jelly server, but could also be used on a dressing table or vanity to store small jewelry items or cotton balls, as part of a centerpiece on a dining room table with small spring flowers floating on water or filled with small colored glass stones or ornaments for a seasonal flair or as a dainty candy dish filled with mints or candy coated chocolates on a bridal or baby shower luncheon table. The uses are myriad for this very lovely antique glass.
Early American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly Compote