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Northwood Grape and Cable Bowl, Carnival, Blue amethyst, circa 1920's - 1930's

$85.95

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Estimated to arrive by Thu, Mar 28th. Details
FREE via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States

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Category:

Vintage, Retro, Mid-Century

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Condition:

Used

Material:

Glass

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Proud to be dated

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The display case

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Free shipping on orders over $100.00

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10% off w/ $150.00 spent

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

18567389

Item description

Manufacturer: Northwood Style: Fluted scalloped bowl, carnival, spatula footed bowl Design: grape and cable. Northwood or Fenton? That is the question. Fenton and Northwood both made grape and cable. This piece was once identified by an appraiser as Fenton, then another appraiser determined it to be a Northwood; finally, an auctioneer at Christie settled the dilemma, it is in fact a Northwood. The problem is that these two companies, imitated each other a lot and also experimented with the designs. This occurred in so much that one can only say that Fenton or North wood designs usually appeared a certain way, but not always. The secret is knowing who did what when. The tell all here is in the grape arrangements and the footed base. Fenton did not produce a grape and cable bowl in this color that also had a spatula footed base. In addition, North wood grape bunches varied in number. That is, not all bunches of grapes in the same piece will have the same number. Fenton generally did not use 15 grape bunches, while Northwood had at least one bunch in each piece with 15 grapes. Some would say that Fenton has marks in the cable flow to the right //// and others say they flow to the left. However both Fenton and Northwood experimented with the direction of the hash marks. The verdict is in, this is in fact Northwood, grape and cable spatula footed bowl. Note: Northwood did not always mark it with an N, and Northwood tended to make more of the plain exterior surface bowls than did Fenton.
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