Carnival Glass footed Bowl believed to be made by The Indiana Glass Co. It is in beautiful colors of blue and purple. It is a lovely ruffled rim with a grapes and fruit pattern. Just look at the cute feet.It is in wonderful condition and is 4 1/2 inches high, 12 inches long and 8 inches wide. A real show piece made of a heavy glass. Great for fruit, serving or just display.
Carnival Glass dish for a condiment, jelly and more. It is in beautiful irridescent colors of gold, blue, and green. It has a wonderful ruffled rim with a great band of pattern and section lines all around the bottom. It is in wonderful condition and is 3 1/2 inches high and 5 inches wide. One area of rubs on the bottom of the inside. It is marked with an N in a circle. It is just as found and is just lovely. Just look at the colors.
Carnival glass bowl in the pretty amber color with a nice lip rim and great pattern of embossed lines with diamond shapes at the tops. It is 1 1/2 inches high and 7 1/4 inches wide. It is in wonderful condition and great for serving veggies condiments and more.
This charming pattern was produced by Fenton circa 1911. A beautiful pattern of alternating panels of peacocks with fully flared tail and grape bunches, the pattern on the reverse is gooseberries. The base glass is crystal with outstanding deep Marigold iridescence. The bowl measures 8 wide and 2 1/2 high. This piece is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations.
This lovely blue carnival ruffled bowl is in the Acorn pattern by Fenton produced about 1910. The base glass is gorgeous cobalt blue with superb iridescent treatment. The bowl measures 7 /8 wide, 1 5/8 - 2 high and is free of any damage.
This beautiful white carnival glass bowl was is attributed to U.S. Glass circa the early 1900's. White carnival glass is rare, and this lovely piece has a pattern known as Palm Beach on the exterior and Gooseberry Spray on the interior with stunning iridescent treatment. The bowl measures 4 1/2 wide and 1 15/16 high. The edge of the foot of this bowl is rough, the rest of the piece is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or discolorations. Taking this in to account, this rare piece is bargain priced.
This stunning vase was produced by Northwood during the carnival glass heyday, around 1908 - 1910. Famously known as Tree Trunk, this vase has a base color or cobalt blue and has outstanding iridescence. This is a very large vase, measuring 12 - 14 1/2 high. The base measures 4 . There is a small nick (approx. 1/8 ) on one of the ribs. This is sharp to the touch, but is not visbly noticeable. The vase is in excellent condition otherwise with no chips, cracks or discolorations.
Nice green carnival glass bowl from Northwood's Grape and Cable line. This is the so-called ice cream bowl shape. About 10 1/2 inches in diameter. Nice iridescence. Some blotches in base (manufacturing flaw?) and a knife cut at bottom (both visible in photos). Faint, but present, underlined capital N in circle mark. Shipping insurance strongly recommended.
Carnival Glass Covered Candy Dish on a great pedestal base. The top has a lovely peaked top and the set has a pretty textured finish with a pattern on lines like a veins pattern all over. It is 7 1/2 inches high and 3 1/2 inches wide. It looks so impressive but does have two chips on the inside rim on the bottom that is not seen with the cover on. It is a lovely, as found candy dish.
This marigold carnival glass bowl has a buzz star and a finely checkered band pattern. Maker and name of pattern is unknown. finely ruffled edge. No nicks, chips, cracks. Stands 3 in. tall and is 6.75 in. diameter.
This attractive pattern was produced by the Imperial Glass Co. This beautiful footed bowl or rose bowl has gorgeous color and iridescence. The bowl measures 7 1/4 wide and 3 7/8 high. The bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations.
This charming carnival glass ruffled bowl is in a pattern called Windflower. With excellent iridescent treatment, this attractive bowl measures 8 5/8 wide and it's widest point and 1 1/2 - 2 1/4 high. This piece is in excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Carnival Glass bowl. This beautiful, large bowl has a pretty, ruffled rim and a wonderful diamond pattern. It is in nice condition with one small nice on the rim and on small nick under the rim. They are not noticeable, but can be found with your fingers on close examination. This wonderful bowl is 2 1/4 inches high, and 11 1/4 inches wide. As found.
A beautiful pitcher and 6 tumblers set from the Mosser Glass Co. The color is a true red carnival glass. The pattern is called Dahlia, Pitcher stands 8 in. tall on 4 decorative little feet, and is 8 in. diameter. Tumblers measure 4 in. tall, 3 in. diameter. Damage free. This is a new collectible made in the USA. Perfect gift, display or use as intended. Todays collectible, tomorrows prized antique.
A fantastic pitcher that is 3.25 in. tall and 4 tumblers that are 2 in. tall. Lovely red carnival glass in the stork pattern. Produced by the now closed Summit Art Glass Co. No damage. Quality handmade glass and vibrant color.
An antique carnival glass bowl from the Fenton Art Glass Co. Research tells me this bowl was produced about 1911. Pattern name is Holly and Berry. Measures 8.75 in. diameter and is 2 in. tall. My flash washed out an area of the irridized carnival finish but decided not to do it over as this will show you the fantastic blue color. No chips, nicks, cracks. Display and enjoy this beauty with pride.
JEANNETTE CARNIVAL GLASS VASE IN THE TREE BARK PATTERN. NO MAKERS MARK. RICH MARIGOLD PATINA. HAS AN 1/8in WIDE CHIP (see close-up) AND A SMALLER FLAKE ON THE UNDER SIDE OF THE RIM. 7 1/2in TALL, 3 1/2in ACROSS THE MOUTH. Sold as-is. price reflects the small chips on the rim.
This beautiful Amethyst/purple carnival glass plate was produced by the Imperial Glass Co. in a pattern called Heavy Grape, one of Imperial's popular patterns which began production in 1914-1915. unti the 1960's. This hard to find plate features gorgeous color and outstanding iridescence. The plate measures 7 7/8 wide and is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations.
A lovely amethyst carnival bowl in a ribbed pattern. Ruffled top edge. Measures 6 in. diameter and is 2 in. tall. Marked with the N underlined on the inside bottom of the dish. The bottom edge is slightly rough. Will not detract from use or display. I believe from the late 1920's era.
A lovely antique bowl that measures 7.5 in. diameter. Ruffled edge and stands 2.5 in. tall. Star and File pattern. I believe from the early '30's era or earlier. Produced by the Imperial Glass Co. Damage free. No nicks, chips, cracks, etc.
Carnival Glass Footed bowl in excellent condition. It is in a great, hexagon shape with a lovely rim design and a lovely bowl pattern to the three, pretty feet. It is 2 1/2 inches high and 6 1/4 inches wide. Great for condiments, sauces, salads, candy and more.
This fabulous & collectible 7 pc. pitcher and tumbler set is from the Gibson Glass Co. Handmade glass in red with a carnival finish. The pattern is iris. The pitcher stands 12.5 in. tall and measures 5.5 in. diameter at the top plus the spout. The tumblers are 4.75 in. tall and 3 in. diam. at the top. I find no flaws, damage or imperfections. Like new condition. Dated and marked on the bottom. Gibson 1989. A very heavy set weing about 12 lbs. Gibson Glass is closed due to the death of the owner, Charles Gibson , who made this set. This set should ship via USPS Parcel Post due to its sze and weight.
A lovely and useful bowl in a red carnival glass. Produced by the Indiana Glass Co. in the '70's era, it is in the Heritage pattern. Sometimes referred toas Indiana's ruby sunset line. Measures 8 in. diameter and is about 4 in. tall. Damage free with a scalloped top edge. Perfect for any occasion from the 4th of July to December Holidays.
Long Thumbprint Marigold Carnival Vase 8 inches tall, possibly Fenton (not marked). Marigold carnival glass swung vase 8 point at top. Long thumbprint pattern with diamond and star on underside vase. In excellent condition.
A beautiful, large bowl, measures 10.5 in. diameter. Ruffled edge, irridized or carnival finish, Light Lavender color. Stands 3.25 in. tall. I find no damage. It has a couple of straw marks on the base. This mold originally belonged to Northwood but I cannot verify the age of this bowl. Best guesstimate is from the '80's era. This was an estate sale purchase so little information is available.
A cracker jar or handled covered jar in a red carnival finished glass. Stands 8 in. tall and measures 6.25 in. diameter plus the handles. This jar is unmarked but I believe it was produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. from the original Westmoreland Glass Co. mold. Both Westmoreland Glass And Summit Art Glass are now closed. This item was in an estate I purchased and has been in storage since the late 1980's. I think this is the cherry and cable pattern. No damage to detract from display or use. Todays collectible, Tomorrows treasured antique.
This pretty and unique serving tray was produced by The Fenton Art Glass Co. for the L.G. Wright Glass Company in the '69-'70's era. Stands 1 in. tall on a short pedestal base and is 12 in. diameter. The top side displays a beautiful peacock while the bottom side is decorated with a butterfly pattern. Excellent quality and damage free. Lovely amethyst carnival color. Marked with the underlined W for the L.G. Wright Co. A great addition to a collection or to use and display anytime, anywhere.
A covered butterdish produced by the Indiana Glass Co. in a golden amberina color with a carnival finish in the Heirloom pattern. I believe this was done in the '60's-'70's era. Measures 7.25 in. diameter and with the domed cover on it is about 5.5 in. tall. There are 2, what appear to be use scratches, on the inside base. Will not deter from use or display. Impossible to image. Color and finish is unique and fabulous.
This lovely compote is 4 inches tall x 5 inches wide. The stem is clear. I find no damage. The foot seams to have roughage all the way around the bottom side. I believe it was made that way. No damage!
A beautiful bowl from the 1970's era produced by the Indiana Glass Co. This bowl stands approx 4.5 in. tall andis 6 in. diameter at the slightly cupped top. The pattern is Heirloom and the color was named Red or Ruby Sunset. I find no damage. Perfect to use for the Holidays or simply display.
Stunning piece of art glass. This large oval bowl has a lovely rainbow of color to show off on your table. From gold to blues it shimmers with the iridescent glow. It has two curled handles on the sides as well as on the pedestal. Now it sits off kilter, one side is ¼ taller then the other. This is from the factory. It stands 5 tall by 11 long and 8 ¾ wide.
Candy Dish In Blue Stretch Glass Lidded And Footed
Vintage blue Stretch glass Carnival Glass lidded candy dish very good condition iridescent and similar to carnival glass blue with a hint of purple when turned to the light measures 6 1/2 inches high and 5 1/2 inches wide. This glass was made in the 1930s and can be hard to find. Nice addition to vintage glass collection. There is a small chip on the inside rim of the bowl.
Old carnival glass butter dish base for the domed top round butter balls. Done in the marigold carnival with a star on the bottom. Excellent condition. Stands 1 ½ tall by 7 wide with the lid lip being 4 5/8 wide.
This vintage Carnival Glass nappy in a spade shaped pattern called Leaf Rays was made by the Dugan Glass Company from Indiana, Pennsylvania. Dugan glass begins its history as the Indiana Glass Company, operating from Indiana, Pennsylvania, from 1892 to 1896. In 1896 Harry Northwood, accompanied by Samuel Dugan and his three sons (Thomas E.A., Alfred and Samuel Jr.), took over the company, which changed its name to Northwood. From 1900 to 1903 it was known as the national Glass Company, under the direction of Harry Bastow and Thomas E.A. Dugan. From 1904 to 1909, it was called the Dugan Glass Company, creating the Diamond-D mark for some of its pressed ware, most notably, Carnival glass. Finally, from 1913 to its closing in 1931 due to a plant fire, it was known as the Diamond glass Company. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 2 inches high, 6 inches rim to handle and 4 3/4 inches wide. An addition to any Dugan Carnival Glass Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
DUGAN DIAMOND MARIGOLD CARNIVAL GLASS SMALL BASKET IN THE BASKETWEAVE PATTERN. MADE BY DUGAN DIAMONF #440. c.1930. 5 3/4in TALL, 3 7/8in WIDE. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. DOES HAVE VISIBLESTRAW MARKS, MOSTLY ON THE HANDLE.
Vintage Delta Base Marigold Carnival Glass Candle Holders
Vintage Delta Base Marigold Carnival Glass Candle Holders. The maker of these candle holders is not known despite much research on the part of the authors on carnival glass. The estimated age on this set is from the 1920's to 1940's, they are 8 1/2 inches tall and just over 4 inches across the base, both are in excellent condition, no chips. Please see my other listings for additional pieces Carnival Glass.
Vintage Fenton Stippled Rays Marigold Carnival Glass Bowl. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia. This is a vintage Fenton pattern, estimated edge is from the 1920's to 1940's. This pattern features an all over rayed pattern with a candy ribbon edge. It is 8 inches across and about 3 inches deep, it is in excellent condition, no chips. Please see my other listings for additional pieces of Fenton Glass and Carnival Glass.
Carnival Glass Dessert Dish on a pedestal with a lovely ruffed edge. It is in nice condition with one, very small chip on the bottom of the base. It is 2 1/8 inches high and 4 3/8 inches wide. Nice for a condiment dish, dessert, candy or trinkets. A lovely shape.
Vintage Indiana Glass Carnival Marigold Wild Rose Candle Holders
Vintage Indiana Glass Carnival Marigold Wild Rose Candle Holders. Indiana Glass made this pattern in the 1970's, they have a rose on the bottom and leaves around the edges. They are 4 1/2 inches across by 2 1/4 inches tall, both are in excellent condition. Beautiful addition to your collection or to your decor.
Le Smith Iridescent White Carnival Glass Heritage Handled Nappy Bowl
LE Smith Iridescent White Carnival Glass Heritage Handled Nappy Bowl. The LE Smith Glass Company began crafting handmade, American-pressed glass in 1907 and is known for creating the first headlight lens for the Model T Ford and the original glass mixing bowl. They are famous for the beautiful pieces they have made over the years such as baskets, bowls and punch sets. This handled nappy bowl is the Heritage pattern and was made in the 1960's, beautiful white iridescent carnival glass color. It is 5 1/2 inches across (not including the handle on the side) by 2 1/2 inches deep, in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. The perfect addition to your collection or decor! Please see my other listings for additional pieces of LE Smith as well as Carnival Glass.
Lovely Carnival Glass Sectioned dish with one handle. It is in wonderful condition and has 4 little feet with a great molded pattern. It is 1 1/2 inches high, 8 1/4 inches wide and 7 5/8 inches across.
Elegant Lancaster Glass Optic Ray Carnival Glass Marigold Rose Bowl
Lancaster Glass produced this wonderful Carnival glass rose bowl in the pattern known as Optic Ray circa late 1920s - early 1930s. This rose bowl has a beautiful coloring both inside and out that can't be captured in pictures. This bowl is approximately 2.50 tall and 5.25 inches in diameter at the widest point and the base is 2.87 inches in diameter. There is a pin point size flake to small for pictures along with the expected tableware to the base where it meets the table. It also has the usual manufacturing defects of the time of a straw mark inside the bowls bottom to up the side but better seen from the outside, and some pin point inclusion bubbles. The way the color is reflected it reminds me of a peacock.
Dugan Carnival Glass Honeycomb And Beads Candy Nut Bowl Dish
This is a wonderful example of the Dugan Glass Company's Peach Opal Carnival Glass Hat (candy / nut bowl) in the Honeycomb and Beads pattern. With a crimped or fluted rim, the interior is in the subtle Honeycomb pattern with the back in the Flower and Bead pattern. This bowl is in wonderful condition and has lovely color, no chips or cracks
This is a set of six beautiful 4 inch high Carnival Glass Tumblers identified to us as the Grapevine Lattice pattern by Dugan. The pattern looks like grapevines or twigs without the thorns. The three tumblers on the left side of the picture are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The three tumblers up-side-down on the right side of the picture each have an approximate 1/2 inch chip on the base. This is a hard pattern to find.
Rare Antique Northwood Opalescent Leaf And Beads Novelty Nut Bowl
This is a hard to find Northwood Opalescent footed Novelty nut bowl with flared points, three twig form legs decorated with bark designs and knobs. The bowl has the plain non-rayed interior. The legs loop under the bowl and merge into a raised 1.75 in diameter Marie base. The upper edge of the bowl has toothed scallopes with the opalescence being the heaviest at the rim.ca. 1899-1907 Condition: unmarked; some straw marks, no cracks or chips
This antique vase was made to be mounted in the early automobiles. Vintage would be the early 1900's. Comes complete with the bracket to mount. Now, it would make a superb wall pocket vase. Measures 7.25 in. tall and is 3 in. diameter at the top. In very good condition. Free of chips or cracks. Pressed pattern. I have 2. Priced separately. Several glass companies produced this type of vase. This one is unmarked.
Westmoreland Smooth Rays Carnival Glass Compote Bowl. This was a popular pattern that was made in several colors of carnival glass, it has an all over ray pattern with a ruffled edge. This compote is 8 1/2 inches across and 3 1/2 inches deep, in excellent condition, no chips and no signs of use. A beautiful addition to your collection or home decor!
What a pretty color. This pitcher is 9 1/4 tall. It has the IG mark on the bottom along with a partial label inside. There is a flake chip on the handle which is about 1/16 long. Not noticeable unless you really look for it.
Fenton Carnival Orange Tree Footed Orange/fruit Bowl
This stunning large three footed bowl is called an orange or fruit bowl. Fenton produced the attractive Orange Tree Carnival glass pattern about 1911. There is fine detail on the bowl and feet! This gorgeous piece has fabulous color and iridenscence and measures 10 wide and 5 1/4 high. The bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations.
A wonderful 7 piece water set. Consists of a pitcher that stands 8.25 in. tall and is 5.5 in. diameter from the spout to the handle. 6 tumblers that are 4 in. tall and 3 in. diameter at the top. Marked inside with an N inside a circle inside the pitcher. Tried to image it but the flach washed it out. Not sure if this is the original Northwood or an early remake. In the grape and cable pattern. In very good, displayable, usable condition.
A pretty bowl that stands on 3 little feet. Measures 6.25 in. diameter and is 2.5 in. tall. In very good, usable, displayable condition. Finish is marigold carnival and the pattern is similar to the Anniversary pattern in depression glass.
A bowl in the open rose or just rose pattern. Produced by the Imperial Glass Co. in a marigold carnival glass. Measures 9 in. diameter and is 3.75 in. tall. I find no chips, cracks or other issues with this lovely bowl.
Dugan Glass marigold carnival glass bowl in their pretty pattern 'Fish scale and Beads'. The inside of the bowl features the fish scale design, while the bottom has a lovely, stippled pattern and displays a garland of beads. A ruffled, saw-tooth edge enhances the bowl's beauty. Made in USA. Circa: 1911-1912. Size: 6 3/4 inches. Condition: Excellent.
A unique compote with a flared top edge. This edge has an opalescent hue on a green/marigold carnival color glass. The stem and base is a clear green glass. The bowl of the compote has a strawberry pattern. I believe this was done in the 1960's era. This compote is damage free and just beautiful.Stands 6 in. tall and measures 4 in. diameter at the top.
This carnival finish glass cuspidor or spittoon stands a4 in. tall. The top measures 7 in. diameter. Done in a light marigold carnival finish. I believe this item was produced by the Imperial Glass Co. in the '30's-'40's era. I find no cracks, nicks, chips, etc. Could also be used as a low vase. A unique accent piece.
A cracker jar or handled covered jar in a pink carnival finished glass. Stands 8 in. tall and measures 6.25 in. diameter plus the handles. This jar is unmarked but I believe it was produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. from the original Westmoreland Glass Co. mold. Both Westmoreland Glass And Summit Art Glass are now closed. This item was in an estate I purchased and has been in storage since the late 1980's. I think this is the cherry and cable pattern. No damage to detract from display or use. Todays collectible, Tomorrows treasured antique. Circa: '80's
Set of 12 matching carnival glass footed tumblers. The tumblers were made by Jeannette Glass Co. in the early 20th century. Possibly ca 1910. The set is Carnival glass in the Crackle pattern, Marigold in color. 5 tall and in excellent condition. I have pictured one with a different lighting to show the wonderful iridescence.
Lovely Vintage Spirit of '76 Bicentennial Carnival Glass Collector Plate 1976. This plate was made by Indiana Glass to celebrate the nations Bicentennial. It is 8 across and in excellent condition, a lovely addition to your collection!
1970's Indiana Glass Harvest Carnival Gold Compote bowl. This lovely compote is 8-1/2 tall x 8-1/4 dia. and has outstanding iridescence. It has two shallow edge chips and otherwise it is in good used condition. Please note: What appears as a crack in the final photo is actually the side seam.
A lovely, vintage marigold carnival glass vase in the Jack in the pulpit style. Stands 11.5 in. tall. The top measures 7 in. diameter and it has a 4 in. diam. vase. I find no damage or repairs to this vintage vase. Produced by the Imperial Glass Co. in the early part of the 20th. century. A superb addition to your vase or carnival glass collection.
She is gorgeous! She stands about 6 high and her skirt is about 3 3/4 across the bottom. The bell tone is great. The aurora jewels color is beautiful and I find no damage. There is a paper label on the inside of her skirt. If you are a bell collector, this piece is a must.
Vintage, Imperial Glass marigold, or rubigold, carnival glass rose vase having beautiful, raised designs of roses and leaves. This pattern is known as LaBella Rose. Made in USA. Circa: 1960's. Size: 6 1/2 inches tall. Condition: Very good; I have found (by touch) a small chip on one of the raised rose petals. This is not noticeable, but can be felt. There is also a part of the finish on the inside neck area which feels rough.
MAPLE LEAF DUGAN MARIGOLD CARNIVAL GLASS STEMMED BOWL DISH. PEACOCK TAIL PATTERN ON THE INTERIOR. c.1910. MARIGOLD TOP WITH CRACKLE DESIGN AND CLEAR VINE AND LEAF BASE. NO MAKERS MARK. 3in TALL, 4in WIDE. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. HAS SOME MILD SCRATCHES ON THE INSIDE RIM..
MAPLE LEAF DUGAN MARIGOLD CARNIVAL GLASS SCALLOPED STEMMED BOWL. PEACOCK TAIL PATTERN ON THE INTERIOR. c.1910. MARIGOLD TOP WITH CRACKLE DESIGN AND CLEAR VINE AND LEAF BASE. NO MAKERS MARK. 3in TALL, 4in WIDE. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.
Imperial Glass Sunset Ruby Toothpick Holder Or Votive
Imperial Glass red carnival glass votive or toothpick holder. Lovely pattern named 'Fashion', and in the Sunset Ruby color. Holder has a nice jagged edge with a scalloped rim. Many reference materials are calling this item a toothpick holder, though it is wide enough also to be used as a votive. Your choice! Made in USA. Circa: 1968-1973. Size: 2 5/8 inches tall. Condition: Excellent.
Vintage, 1950's Federal Glass carnival glass vase in their 'Yorktown' pattern. Smokey gray glass with beautiful iridescent colors, and a lovely, scalloped rim. Made in USA. Size: 8 1/4 inches tall; 6 1/4 inches wide at the mouth. Condition: Small hairline at rim approximately 1/2 inch, and a flea bite on the inside edge of one of the scallops. A beautiful piece!
This exquisite carnival glass vase with the rippled patterm is very similar to Imperial's rippled pattern but has much sharper ripples along the neck of the vase and has no makers mark. So I will have to let the buyer decide who the maker actually is. The colors, when this piece is cleaned, are so vivid and illuminating. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 10 3/8 inches tall , has a 2 7/8 inch base with the top measuring 4 3/8 inches by 4 1/8 inches across. An addition to any Carnival Glass Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
This marigold Carnival Glass Bon Bon dish was made by Northwood Union Glass Works, Wheeling, West Virginia, 1910 to 1912. The famous pattern is Fruits and Flowers with the Basketweave on the outside, it's a combination of 2 patterns. Northwood was founded in 1896 in Indiana, Pennsylvania by the Englishman Harry Northwood, the son of a prominent glassmaker. At the age of 20, he migrated to America in 1880. Prior to founding his own company in 1887, Northwood had worked at a number of well known glass manufacturers, apprenticing and thoroughly learning the trade. He joined with the National Glass Company briefly only to subsequently form the Harry Northwood Glass Company in 1901 in Wheeling, West Virginia. Familiar with glass iridescence manufacturing methods from his work in England, Northwood started making iridescent Carnival glass formed in pressed glass molds about 1908 for a wide American market. Carnival glass soon became their most popular product, introducing design patterns such as grape and cable, wild rose, leaf and beads, singing birds, beaded cable, and peacock at the fountain. When Harry Northwood died from disease in 1918, the company began to falter until finally closing in 1925. In good condition, 1 point has a chip on the outside that is not visible from the inside, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 3 7/8 inches tall, 4 7/8 inches by 5 1/4 inches across the top, not including handles and 3 1/4 inches across the base. An addition to any Northwood or Carnival Glass Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
VINTAGE MARIGOLD CARINVAL GLASS SCALLOPED EDGE FLUTED PANEL BERRY OR BON BON BOWL. MAKER AND PATTERN NAME UNKNOWN. 4 3/4in WIDE,1 3/4in TALL. NO CHIPS, WEAR OR CRACKS. NORMAL MOLDING FLAWS AND STRAW MARKS.