Northwood STIPPLED THREE FRUITS MEDALLION Pastel Marigold Spat Footed Bowl c1908

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller desertgold_us (4,245) 100%, Location: Northridge, California, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163758728464 Northwood Three Fruits Medallion with Meander Exterior and Spat Footed Stippled Pastel Marigold Carnival Glass Ruffled Bowl circa 1908 (Photos taken indoors with no flash.) Classic Northwood Glass Stippled Three Fruits Medallion Meander Exterior Soft Pastel Marigold Carnival Glass Ruffled Bowl with Three Spatula Feet Approximate Dimensions: 8.75" (Diameter) 3.25" (High) Made by Harry C. Northwood Glass Company Wheeling, West Virginia ca 1908 (antique) Source: Heacock, William, James Measell, & Berry Wiggins (1991), Harry Northwood: The Wheeling Years 1901-1925. Antique Publications: Marietta, OH. This spectacular, Stippled Three Fruits Medallion marigold carnival glass three spat-footed, ruffled bowl was made by the Northwood Glass Company about 1908. The exterior of the bowl features the pattern Meander. Northwood Stippled Three Fruits Medallion with Meander Exterior, Marigold Carnival Glass Spatula Footed Ruffled Bowl, circa 1908. {Photo taken indoors with no flash.} Northwood Stippled Three Fruits Medallion with Meander Exterior, Marigold Carnival Glass Spatula Footed Ruffled Bowl, circa 1908 {Photo taken outdoors with no flash.} Northwood Stippled Three Fruits Medallion with Meander Exterior, Marigold Carnival Glass Spatula Footed Ruffled Bowl, circa 1908. {Photo taken outdoors with no flash.} 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. Both Northwood and Dugan-Diamond Glass shut down in the mid-1920s. Condition. This piece is in very good condition with no chips, flea bites, cracks, or repairs. There are some small surface rubs on the fruit which is not uncommon on these pieces (please see close-up photo directly below). {small surface rub on interior.} The iridescence is very good with a soft pastel appearance which becomes increasingly rich and reddish toward the stippled center. Lots of pretty pinks and lavender. A nice find! {Photo taken indoors with no flash.} 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 and opalescent glass is hand finished which means they are all unique. No two pieces of old carnival and opalescent glass are identical. ... would stand very proud alongside any Northwood, Dugan, Jefferson, Millersburg, Fenton, Westmoreland, Imperial, Sowerby, Brockwitz, 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 vintage glass and other great finds, e.g., restaurant ware, EAPG, stretch glass, carnival glass, pottery, crystal, books, porcelain, art work, ephemera, and the like! Condition: Very good condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. Some minor surface rub scuffs on the fruit (please see close-up photo). Amazing iridescence on this antique (circa 1908) pastel marigold carnival glass ruffled bowl made by the Northwood Glass Co., featuring the interior pattern of "Stippled Three Fruits" and an exterior pattern "Meander." Well articulated pattern. Very pretty. A Nice Find!, Pattern: Stippled Three Fruits Medallion, Comment.: Gorgeous iridescence, lots of pinks, Approximate Dimensions: 8.75" diameter, 3.25" high, Maker: Harry C Northwood Glass, Wheeling, West Virginia, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Object Type: Ruffled, Spatula-Footed Bowl, Color: Pastel Marigold Carnival Glass (iridized), Type of Glass: Carnival, Circa: 1908

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