Operating in Albany, Indiana, from 1893-1902, the Model Flint Glass Co. produced many types of tableware, before and after it became one of the 19 factories forming the National Glass Company in 1899. A variety of patterns were made there, including the ribbed spiral pattern listed here, circa 1899-1902, which was also referred to as trellis. The pattern referenced as #911 has been found in crystal as well as white, blue and canary opalescent glass.
This lovely stemmed jelly compote consists of a beautiful blue glass base, stem and bottom of the bowl, the flared and scalloped sides of which is a gorgeous blue opalescent combination in the distinct ribbed or trellis design. The stem is a wonderful spiral or twisted column which rests on the clear base. The compote measures 5 1/8" in height, 5 3/4" across the bowl and 3" across the base. There are no cracks, chips or repairs. Lovely, colorful pattern.