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"Minnesota" pattern compote
Clear glass "Minnesota" or "Muchness" pattern open flared compote (footed shallow dish) produced by the United States Glass Company, circa 1898-1904, as a part of their "States" series of glassware patterns. The compote's decorative pattern includes a repeated eight-point "Star of the North" motif as well as round lumps representing lakes and triangular crosshatching representing evergreen trees.
Content Category: artifacts
6 inches height
10 1/2 inches diameter (widest point)
4 3/4 inches diameter (base)
Made by: United States Glass Company
Made in (possibly): Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States
Made in (possibly): Glassport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States
Household. Tableware. Serving Pieces. Serving Dishes
Creation: Not earlier than 1898 - Approximately 1904
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
2014.79.1 (Accession Number)