A beautiful ruffled saw-toothed edge marigold carnival glass bowl with Grape and Cable pattern to the inside and basket weave to the outside, made by (I believe) Northwood Glass Company - early 19th century.
There is no impressed identifying N mark, but the pattern itself indicates a Northwood piece. Please correct me if I am wrong.
CONDITION: A vintage used item in excellent condition - no chips, cracks or nibbles and very well preserved with virtually no signs of wear. Please study photographs.
Rim width: Approx: 9" (22.9cms)
Height: Approx. 2 1/2" (6.4cms)
A little information:
The Northwood Glass Company was founded by an Englishman called Harry Northwood. In 1880, when he was just twenty years old, he left England to work in America, and in 1887 he founded his own factory in Ohio before eventually moving to Wheeling, West Virginia. The Northwood Glass Company produced some of the best known carnival glass pieces, in many different patterns and colours, in various sizes and shapes, between 1910 and 1918. Harry Northwood died in 1919, and the company ceased operation in 1925.
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