Here is a Northwood Glass "Klondyke" three-toed, white opalescent bowl.
This Northwood pattern dates back to around 1898, and is known by the names of Klondyke, Jackson, or Fluted Scrolls. The pattern consists of scalloped fans around the turned-up edge with threading around the sides of the shallow bowl and three scrolled feet.
This lovely shallow glass bowl measures 7-1/2 inches in diameter, and the height is about 3-3/4 inches at its tallest point. There is no mark.
With no condition issues, this opalescent glass dish will lend an air of quiet elegance to any decor.