Rare cut glass colorless compote, attributed to the Kensington Glasshouse, Philadelphia , circa 1772-1775. A slightly larger compote, which was presented to George Washington by George Mason, is illustrated in Dorothy Daniels Cut and Engraved Glass, 1950,
Antique Victorian Cut Crystal Syrup Pitcher, with silverplated, hinged lid and handle. Sometimes called a molasses can, or jug, this pitcher has a raised diamond point pattern around the body, topped with 6 'fan' designs - each having 9 rays. Circa 1870.