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Northwood - Part 24
NORTHWOOD – Part 24
April 1912 Butler Brothers Catalog Ad.
NIPPON Plate in Marigold - 9 inch.
NIPPON Blue and IG 9 inch ruffled bowls.
Green and White NIPPON PCE Bowls - 9 inch.
Aqua Opal NIPPON PCE Bowl.
NIPPON: 9” Plates are considered rare to extremely rare in any of known colors: marigold, amethyst, green, white, ice blue, aqua opalescent. Marigold and green examples probably present themselves most often, but are still rarely seen. Three-four white, perhaps two-three ice blue and maybe a couple of aqua opal plates are the extent of the range. Ruffled 8”-9” bowls: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, white, ice blue, ice green. 8”-9” Piecrust edge, bowls are known in marigold, amethyst, green, white, ice blue, ice green, teal, lime green, and aqua opalescent.
DRAPERY Spooner - White.
Courtesy Seeck Auctions - Sold for $50. 7-12.
A.O. DRAPERY Rosebowl crimped on the ribs!
DRAPERY: Northwood is known to have produced a full spectrum of functional shapes for table use in opalescent glassware. A berry set, table set and waterset were available. Tumblers, a small berry and this spooner; all in white iridescent finish are the only examples reported in iridized finish, along with rosebowls in marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, white, ice green, ice blue, Renninger blue, aqua opalescent, lavender. Vases: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, white, ice green, ice blue, aqua, teal, lime green, aqua opalescent, sapphire blue. Candy dish: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, white, ice green, ice blue.
Beads in Amethyst.
BEADS: This Beads design is one of the earliest used by Harry Northwood to create carnival glass, dating to 1908-1909. Already in production for non-iridized crystal and colored glass to include berry and table sets, water set and various other bowls and plates, the pattern was called Pods & Posies. When applied to iridized carnival glass, the pattern is confined to the exterior of 7”-9” bowls having an unpatterned interior. Marigold, amethyst, and green are the known colors.
Electric Blue Bushel Basket.
BUSHEL BASKET- 8-sided-flared: Bushel Baskets were produced over a span of time extending from 1910 to the early 1920s in both iridized and non-iridized form. Fewer colors are found in this eight-sided version than in the round form. Known colors: marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, lavender, white, ice blue, ice green, horehound, Renninger blue, aqua. Some amethyst baskets have a plain handle.
Peach and Pear Intaglio bowl.
PEACH & PEAR Intaglio - 5” sauce: You will find the 10 ½” ice cream shape in Northwood- Part 6 . Rather than the usual raised pattern surface, these intaglio examples have the pattern deeply impressed on the underside. The result provides a rather thick and heavy piece of glass! There is a Strawberry Intaglio design which, as yet, we have not been able to provide for viewers. ALL of these examples are rather scarce in today’s world of collecting, indicating a short production run.
INTAGLIO CHERRIES - 9 inch.
CHERRY Intaglio: This pattern closely resembles Northwood’s Cherry & Cable pattern. Marigold is the only reported color for the Intaglio line and only occasionally is an example found having the Northwood trademark! Intended berry sets, 10”-10 ½” and 4 ¾ ”-5” ice cream shaped bowls comprise the offering.
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