The compotes on this page are Covered or some call them 'Lidded'.
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Damage, if any, to these compotes is mentioned in the listing.
OD = Outside Diameter

ATLANTA aka Square Lion is Fostoria's pattern #500 made ca. 1895.  This stately example is 7" square with only a couple of dings on the flange of the lid to keep it from being perfect.  See HERE 
**SOLD**
AEGIS aka Swiss pattern was made by McKee ca. 1880s.  It is 6 1/4" in diameter.  $75
ARGYLE aka Oval Medallion was made by Bryce Bros. ca. 1885.  The bowl is an 8" x 9" oval.
Large & showy!
 **SOLD**
BALTIMORE PEAR is a product of Adams & Co. ca. 1874 & later the U S Glass Co. It is 7" in diameter and only has a couple of teeny flakes from in-the-making on the top edge.
$165
BETHLEHEM STAR
aka Starburst aka Bright Star by Indiana Glass Co. Dunkirk ca. 1910. The
top of the base is 5 1/2"
in diameter.  $65
BIRD & STRAWBERRY
by Indiana Glass, Dunkirk
ca. 1914.  It is 6 1/2" OD &
6" tall without the lid.
$145
BROKEN COLUMN aka Rattan by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1893.  It is 8" OD & 13 1/2" tall covered.
A magnificent piece of glass.
$235
BUCKLE WITH STAR
aka Orient was made by Bryce
ca. 1880s.  It is 7 1/2" OD & 7 1/2" tall without the lid.  There are 2 chips on the standard, a bruise on the top edge & a nic on one
corner of the finial. 
$85
CABBAGE ROSE
was made by the Central Glass Co. ca. 1870s. 
It is 8" OD.
It has a wafer connection & a spot of undissolved sand in the base.  A small flake on the top rim is seen HERE.
This lid also fits the 8" bowl below. $185
CABBAGE LEAF  This looks like a bowl us but the picture in the Riverside Catalog calls it a compote.  The base is 6 1/2" wide at the top & 4 1/2" to the top of bunny's forehead.  $325
 
 
CABBAGE ROSE
As above.  It is the 'Low' Standard version and is shown with the same lid.  It is $85 without the lid; $165 with the lid.
CORNUCOPIA aka Strawberry & Currant aka Three Fruits. The base is
8 1/2" OD and 8" tall sans lid. There are grapes, figs? & plums on the base and there are strawberries & blackberries? on the lid.  The lid has roughness on the rim seen HERE & HERE.  $145
CROESUS
in clear is a beautiful sight.  Riverside made the pattern ca. 1897.  It is 6" in diameter and 10 3/4" tall with the lid on.
A rare find.
$325
CRYSTAL WEDDING This pattern is rare in amber stain. The top of the base is 5" across. The lid has one scallop chip & there are some scratches as if someone tried to remove some color.
AS IS $45
DAISY & BUTTON WITH THUMBPRINT PANEL aka Daisy & Button Thumbprint by Adams & Co.  There is a chip & a nic only on the flange of the lid
 seen HERE.  $125
DEER & DOG
This compote is a little over 8" at the top of the base.  The etching is only in the base but the lid is original.
No damage on doggy or anywhere else.
$285
 
DEER & PINE aka Deer & Pinetree aka Deer & Doe
This is a Low Standard compote with a short stem. 
The top of the base is 7" x 9".  It is in amazingly good condition for this pattern. There is only one flake on the inside of the lid 'flange' that fits down
into the base.  It is seen HERE
A close-up of the deer & doe is shown in the center photo.  $185
EGYPTIAN aka Sphynx aka Adams' #50 ca. 1883.  There is only some roughness on the inside of the lid flange that fits down inside the base, seen HERE.
$395
EGYPTIAN aka Sphynx aka Adams' #50 ca. 1883.  This would be a low standard compote or a footed bowl.  There is a 'ding' to the finial urn handle seen HERE.
It is a 7" diameter bowl. **SOLD**
FEATHER DUSTER aka Rosette Medallion aka
Huckle was made by the U S Glass Co., their pattern #15043, ca. 1895.  It is 6"
in diameter and 6" tall
without the lid.
Pretty, pretty.  $65
GARFIELD DRAPE
aka Canadian Drape.
It is 7 1/4" OD and has a wafer connection. Made by Adams
& Co. ca. 1880s. There is a
teeny nic on tippy top of the
HERE.
$145
GLENTEC aka Panelled Daisies by McKee
ca. 1910.  It is 6" inside dimension at the top and
9" tall with the lid.
$48
HAWAIIAN LEI aka Gala
Made by John Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1913.  It is 5 1/4" diameter and 6" tall to the top of the finial.  The "HIG" bee is molded into the base.  $78
HILDALGO aka Frosted
Waffle was made by Adams
& Co., their #5 pattern 
ca. 1887.  It is 6 3/8" square
& there are 2 small chips inside the lid flange seen HERE.
$95
HORSESHOE aka Prayer Rug aka Good Luck by Adams & Co. ca. 1883.
This size is 8" OD; 7 3/4" tall without the lid and 12" to the top of the finial.
There are multiple chips under the rim edge seen HERE. The finial is fine - see a close-up of it HERE.
$185
INVERTED EYE is an obscure Riverside pattern.  This is 7" diameter at the top of the base & 11" to the
top of the finial. 
$95
JERSEY LILY WARE aka Lily Langtree aka Lacy Valence aka Center Medallion was made by Riverside Glass Co. ca. 1880s.  It is 4 1/2" x 7" at the top opening.
No damage. $255
JERSEY LILY WARE
(as above) but with a chip under one corner of the lid seen HERE & 2 small chips under the base seen HERE
$175
JEWELED MOON & STARS was made by the Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. 1880s. It is 7" OD at the top of the base & 11" to the top of the fancy finial.  There is a chip on the base top rim seen HERE.  The blue & yellow decor is remarkably preserved. 
$175
KING'S CROWN aka X L C R by Adams' Glass Co. ca. 1890s.
On the left and center is a 6" compote - 9 1/2" to the top of the
finial when it is covered for $75
On the right is 8 1/2" OD at the opening.  $125
LION aka Frosted Lion made by Gillinder ca. 1877.  It has the standing Lion finial on a collared base.  The base is
5 1/2" x 7 3/4". There is a chip under the lid edge seen HERE.
$145
LOOP & DART w/ ROUND ORNAMENTS
by Richards & Hartley ca. 1870s.  There is a minor manuf. flaw in the top edge seen HERE and a fleabite on the finial seen HERE.  $135
MARSH FERN is a Riverside Glass Co. pattern ca. 1889.  It is 6 1/4" OD
and has fern engraving. 
$105
MEDALLION aka Hearts
& Spades, maker is unknown but a very Victorian pattern, probably from the 1880s.
The top of the base is 8" x 8 5/8" and it is 12" to the top of the finial.  There are 3 small flakes on the lid  outer rim seen HERE, HERE & HERE.  Also a flake on the base top edge, HERE**SOLD**
MEDALLION aka Hearts
& Spades, as above. It also has some minor damage; 2 small flakes on the base top edge HERE, a nic on the table rim corner HERE, a large chip on the lid flange that fits down into the base HERE, & a flake on the top edge corner HERE. **SOLD**

MELROSE aka Diamond Beaded Band made by Higbee ca. 1889.  We have one that is 7 1/2" OD with no damage for $95.

We also have an 8" OD one with a lid scalloped fan
chipped seen HERE for $65

NAILHEAD aka Gem
was made by Bryce Higbee ca. 1885.
This compote is 7 1/4" OD at the top; 7 1/2" tall without the lid and 11" tall to the top of the finial.
$75
PANELLED SPRIG aka Royal (Original Manuf. name) was a product of Bryce Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1885.  The bowl is 7" diameter.   This is a large pattern line and we have
many forms in stock.
$110
PLEAT & PANEL aka
Derby was made by Bryce Bros. ca. 1882.  This is a large 8" square compote. 
It only has one small chip on the finial seen HERE.  $175
QUEEN aka Sunk, McKee's pattern #2 made ca. 1885.  It is 7" at the open top and 10 1/4" to
the top of the finial when
it is covered.  There is a wafer connection.
Rare to find a 130 year
old apple green covered compote!  $425
RIBBON, FROSTED aka
Early Ribbon aka Frosted Ribbon by Bakewell, Pears
& Co. ca. 1870s.  It is 7" OD and 9 1/2" tall incl. lid. 
 $95
SAWTOOTH BAND is Heisey's pattern #1225 made 1897 - 1905. 
It is 8 1/2" OD and 7 3/4" tall without the lid.  It is signed with
the Diamond H on the inside lid under the finial.  It is hard to see and even harder to photograph.  I gave up - you know what it
looks like.   $135
SWAN, Lee's aka Plain Swan aka Swan with Mesh we believe was made by the Canton Glass Co ca 1882.  Whoever did it did a beautiful work of art in this glass.  It is 7" OD.
$675
STARS & BARS aka Bellaire Goblet #600 ca. 1898. It is 6 3/4" in diam. &  10 3/4" to top of the finial.
$75
TEXAS aka Loops with Stippled Panels is the Lone Star State's pattern by the
U S Glass Co. ca. 1900.
It is 6" OD at the top
opening.  $315
TEARDROP & TASSEL
by Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Greentown ca. 1900.
It is 8 1/2" diameter at the top of the base see HERE
& this size is not listed in price guides.There is a nic on the tippy tip of the finial seen HERE
$165
TORPEDO aka Pigmy aka Fish Eye by Thompson Glass Co. #17.  Created ca. 1889, it is 6" in diameter at the top of the base.  The lid, bowl & base are lined with torpedos.  $95
U S COIN aka Silver Age aka Frosted Coin was made by the U S Glass Co.
in 1892 using actual U S coins in the molds.  When the feds caught up  with this illegal use of coinage, the molds were confiscated so the glass was only made for a few months.  This compote is 7" OD.  The base is 7" tall without the lid and 10 1/2" tall with the lid.  There are 9 frosted US quarters at the base of the bowl; 6 frosted dimes on the standard. There is a finial chip seen HERE.
It is below value at $350 because of the finial damage.
WESTWARD HO aka Pioneer pattern was made by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1879.
The base is 6 1/4" tall & it is 11 1/2" tall to the top of the finial.
There is a pinpoint of clear in the frosting on his left knee seen HERE.
See the 3 primary scenes on the compote bowl below.
It is our inventory #951 $375
Buffalo Log Cabin Pruning Deer
WESTWARD HO aka Pioneer
(as above)
6 1/4" OD, our inventory #486.  The feathers on one side of the headdress are missing, see at right - but it is hard to see because it is covered w/ frosting so it happened in-the-making. $245.
WESTWARD HO aka Pioneer
(as above)
This covered compote is 5" OD.
Only a no harm 'flea bite' on
the edge of the lid.
$550
WHEEL & COMMA pattern was made by Aetna Glass & Mfg. Co.
ca. 1881.  It is 7" OD & 10 1/2" tall with the lid.  The tip ends of the 'commas' are fine - see HERE & HERE.  The fancy engraving
is amazing! $95
WILLOW OAK aka Oak Leaf aka Acorn & Oak Wreath is a Bryce Bros pattern from the 1870s.  This compote is 7" OD.  It has 1 small lid chip seen HERE
& some very minor roughness on the edge of the finial.  $95
WYOMING aka Enigma
aka Enigma & Bullseye was
made by the U S Glass Co.
ca. 1903 as part of the States' Series.  It is 6" OD & has 2 small flakes and 2 teeny nics to the outer scalloped top edge of the base and 2 teeny nics under the bottom edge of the lid.
A very hard pattern to find in any form.  $185
X-RAY pattern was made by Riverside Glass Co.
ca. 1899.  It is 7 3/8" OD
& has no gold decor.  $105
WILDFLOWER  pattern in amber by
Adams & Co. ca. 1884-5.
The base is 6" in diameter.  $68
These prices do not include shipping & insurance costs.
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