Year(s) of Production: Circa 1909
Pattern Description: Blossoms and overlapping arcs fill the interior of these stemmed compotes with the Wild Flower pattern on the exterior.
Similar Patterns: Northwood Wild Flower
Easily identified by the stem that looks like a threaded screw, this pattern is only found in a stemmed compote. The exterior pattern is called Wild Flower (and can be found without the inside pattern). The compote is found in a 6 ruffle edge treatment and has 9 panels on the top of the round base. The compote is about 5″ tall and 7″ wide.
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