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Northwood - Part 16
NORTHWOOD - Part 16
Old Northwood letter - Page 01. Courtesy Scott Beale
Old Northwood letter - Page 02. Courtesy Scott Beale
Harry Northwood signature.Courtesy Scott Beale
NORTHWOOD Letter: History is relayed in many guises. This letter was found in one of Scott Beale’s searches for carnival glass and he thought collectors might enjoy sharing it.
LEAF & BEADS Scalloped top - Smoke, 7 in. wide top.
Left - LEAF & BEADS Bowl.Smooth Edge.Green
Right - LEAF & BEADS Rose Bowl in Lime Green Opal.
LEAF and BEADS Rose Bowl in Lime Green.
LEAF and BEADS Rose Bowl in White.
LEAF and BEADS with smooth interior - Green.
LEAF & BEADS: First offered in non-iridized opalescent colors in the 1906 Northwood factory catalog. 1908-1909 iridized production, extending to some iridized colors which Northwood did not introduce until the 1919-1920 era, confirms that this pattern was a popular seller in its day. These are three footed rose bowls, some having scalloped top with plain or rayed interior, others with sunflower interior, one with beaded top and another with smooth top.
Scalloped top-plain or rayed interior: marigold, amethyst, green, aqua, cobalt blue, white, ice blue, ice green, aqua opalescent, russet, sapphire blue, teal, smoke, lavender, Renninger blue, ice blue opal, ice green opal and lime green opal.
Sunflower interior: marigold, amethyst, green, russet, sapphire blue, teal.
Smooth top: marigold, amethyst, green, pearlized custard.
A footed nutbowl, footed and ruffled bowl, dome-footed bowl and a green dome-footed 9” plate are additional shapes in the pattern.
WILD ROSE Plate Top View - 8.5 in. w. x 1.75 in. high.
Stippled Rays Interior.
WILD ROSE Plate - Side View.
WILD ROSE - 7 inch diameter,
3.25 inches deep, and 2.5 inch base.
WILD ROSE Nut Bowl Shape - Stippled Rays interior.
WILD ROSE: This early pattern appeared in wholesale catalogs during the 1908-1909 timeframe, having been carried over from the previous 1905 -1906 opalescent production period. Production extended through 1912, since cobalt blue and ice blue examples are known. Three different interior patterns are known: Plain, a variation of Stippled Rays, or have a design comprised of alternating stippled and non-stippled rays. The Stippled Rays variant is a single-known sapphire blue rosebowl with reticulated edge-widely flared, offering alternating stippled and smooth panels.
Footed bowl: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, ice blue
Nutbowl: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, ice blue, horehound
Rosebowl: marigold, amethyst, green, ice blue, (sapphire blue-one known)
Plate: green (only a couple known)
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