Early American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly CompoteEarly American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly CompoteEarly American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly CompoteEarly American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly Compote

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.

Item ID: S09138

Early American Pattern Glass Hickman Jelly Compote

$35 USD

Sale starts Fri Apr 27 8:00 AM, ends Mon Apr 30 8:00 AM Pacific Time. This item will be 30% off the price above during the Sale!

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