Fruit Supremes with Liners, Set of 12
Fruit Supremes with Liners, Set of 12 Fruit Supremes with Liners, Set of 12
Fruit Supremes with Liners, Set of 12

Fruit Supremes with Liners, Set of 12

  • This rare set of 12 footed fruit compotes are crafted of American Brilliant Period cut glass
  • The deeply cut pieces are adorned by stunning vesica, hobstar and fan motifs
  • The compotes come complete with their original liners, used for serving cold treats
  • A complete set of such exquisite quality as this is a remarkable rarity
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Item No. 30-2178
$12,850
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This set of 12 footed fruit compotes or "supremes" are a rare treat. Masterfully crafted of American Brilliant Period cut glass in vesica, hobstar and fan motifs, the sparkling supremes are perfect for serving fruit, sherberts or any number of other tempting treats. The supremes come complete with their original liners, making them ideal for chilled desserts. As complete sets such as this are rarely seen on the market, these supremes are a treasure for the American cut glass enthusiast.

These dishes are pictured on page 190 in American Cut Glass for the Discriminating Collector, 1965, by J.M Pearson and D. Pearson.

Supremes: 5 1/4” high x 4 5/8” diameter
Liners: 2 1/4” high x 3 1/2” diameter
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Period: 20th Century
Origin:America
Type:Stemware
Depth:4.625 Inches
Diameter:4.625 Inches
Width:4.625 Inches
Height:5.25 Inches
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