Lot 696    

Sandwich Petal and Loop Compote,
2007 FallAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, Oct 12&13
American, ca 1830-1850, likely by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. A colorless flint glass high foot compote in "Petal and Loop" pattern, 7" high x 10" diameter. See Barlow and Kaiser, fig. 1151, 1993.
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<i>Encyclopaedia Americana</i>, 12 Volumes, 1838,
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