Harry Northwood ,in 1896, he struck out on his own, forming the Northwood Company in Indiana, Pennsylvania, where he introduced his famous Northwood custard glass. While all pieces of carnival glass appear to contain multiple colors, iridized glass tends to be identified by the base color of the glass that's treated. Northwood invented many signature colors for its iridized glass, including amethyst, cobalt blue, and green, as well as in pastels, ice blue and ice green, and white.
Here we have a beautiful Three Fruits Carnival Plate in marigold. The rim has points which indicates that it is Northwood Glass and not Fenton which produced a very similar pattern. This plate is beautiful rich deep marigold with a wonderful iridescent carnival sheen. The rim of the bowl has a nice repeating point. Ready to display. Displays exceptionally well from all angles.
Exceptional plate in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches. I cannot detect any damage on this piece. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. Dimensions are below.
Authentic Northwood Glass and appropriately marked on base.
All pictures are original and un-edited.
H: 1 3/4", Base: 3 3/8" , Rim: 9" ID 2157
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