Northwood FRUITS & FLOWERS 2-Sides Up Double Handgrip Marigold Carnival Glass Pl

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller desertgold_us (4,223) 100%, Location: Northridge, California, Ships to: US, Europe, Asia, CA, AU, Item: 362690397364 Northwood FRUITS AND FLOWERS Marigold Carnival Glass Plate 2 Sides Up ca 1908 (Photo taken indoors with no flash. More photos below.) Classic Northwood Glass FRUITS AND FLOWERS Two Sides Up (Banana Boat Style) Marigold (with Pink & AquaTones) Double Handgrip Carnival Glass Plate Approximate Dimensions: 7¾" x 5" 1" (High) 2¼" (High, Sides Up) 3¼" (Base Diameter) Made by Harry C. Northwood Glass Company Wheeling, West Virginia ca 1908 Source: Heacock, William, James Measell, & Berry Wiggins (1991), Harry Northwood: The Wheeling Years 1901-1925. Antique Publications: Marietta, OH. This is the Fruits and Flowers marigold carnival glass 2-Sides Up (Double Handgrip) plate made by Northwood Glass, circa 1908. The Fruits and Flowers pattern adorns the interior, while the exterior is the Basketweave pattern. (Photo taken outdoors, no flash.) Northwood Fruits and Flowers Marigold 2-Sides Up Plate ca 1908 (Photo taken outdoors, no flash.) Northwood Fruits and Flowers Marigold 2-Sides Up Plate ca 1908 (Photo taken outdoors, no flash.) Northwood Fruits and Flowers Marigold 2-Sides Up Plate ca 1908 Very Brief Background on Northwood & Dugan. Thomas Dugan and his cousin, Harry C. Northwood, started out in the 1880s as employees at the Hobbs-Brockunier Glass firm in Wheeling, West Virginia. Eventually, Harry would form the Northwood Glass Company of Wheeling, West Virginia and Thomas would form the Dugan Glass Company of Indiana, Pennsylvania. Both companies were kingpins of the carnival and opalescent glass market in the early 1900's. Trading, swapping, or "borrowing" one another's glass moulds has been speculated. Both Northwood and Dugan-Diamond Glass shut down in the mid-1920s. Condition. This item is in great condition, with no chips, cracks or restorations. (Photo taken indoors, no flash.) Northwood Fruits and Flowers Marigold 2-Sides Up Plate ca 1908 There are, of course, the usual minor straw marks ("shearing tool marks") and internal air bubbles from manufacturing commonly associated with the making of old EAPG, carnival, and opalescent glass. Each and every piece of old carnival glass is hand finished, which means they are all unique. No two pieces of old carnival glass are identical. ... would look great alongside any Northwood, Dugan, Jefferson, Millersburg, Fenton, Westmoreland, Imperial, or other antique glass from the makers of fine opalescent, carnival glass, and EAPG. Paypal payment must be received within 3 days of auction or store close. Always happy to combine shipping when safe to save you shipping costs. Thank you. Please visit our Ebay store, DesertGold Store, for more antique carnival glass and other great finds, e.g., restaurant ware, EAPG, stretch glass, pottery, crystal, books, porcelain, art works, ephemera, and the like! Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Condition: Great condition with no chips, cracks, chiggers, or repairs on this antique (circa 1908) marigold carnival glass, double grip plate in the Fruits and Flowers pattern by Northwood., Form: Double Handgrip Plate, Pattern: Fruits and Flowers, Color: Marigold Carnival Glass (pink aqua tones), Maker: Harry C Northwood Glass, Wheeling, West Virginia, Circa: 1908, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Type of Glass: Carnival, Object Type: Plate

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