Covered compote

James Gillinder and Sons American

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 706

The “Pioneer,” or “Westward Ho,” pattern seen on this compote was introduced by the Gillinder firm at the time of the nation’s centennial and remained popular through the end of the century.

Covered compote, James Gillinder and Sons (American, 1861–ca. 1930), Pressed glass, American

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