Large oval lid in the Two Panel pattern made by The Richards & Hartley Glass Co. of Tarentum, Pennsylvania in the 1880's, reissued by U.S. Glass Co. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1891. I'm not sure which piece this lid would fit but it would be one of the larger compotes or bowls. It has a pretty engraving on each side in the smooth panel.
AKA: Daisy in Panel; Daisy in the Square
Measurements: from outside edge to outside edge: 9" x 7-3/8"; measurements of inner flange/lip: 8-1/2" x 6-7/8"; 4-3/4" tall to top of finial or 2-3/4" tall to smooth top surface not including finial.
Weight: almost 1-3/4 pounds
The glass turns a deep yellow color under a black light attesting to its antique age.
Very nice condition overall. You can see in the photos that there is a small flake from the outside bottom rim (side surface) on one side (bottom right of one of the smooth panels), some tiny nips from along the mold line bottom edge of the same rim (bottom surface) on the same side, and two very tiny nips from the inside flange that would fit inside the compote or bowl. There is one small scratch on the smooth top area. All of this is very minor. The glass is clean and clear with no cloudiness. It displays beautifully!