Ohio Flint Glass Mignon Compote Antique EAPG NO. 444 Pedestal Bowl
Antique Ohio Flint Glass Compote. This antique EAPG compote is from the Ohio Flint Glass Company. The pattern is No. 444, aka Mignon. The compote dates to around 1895. It is approx. 9" across x 4 3/4" tall. There is wear, aging, some scratching and chipping to the compote.
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