Circa 1899 this early Northwood pattern was also called “Opaline Brocade” but today is more commonly known as Spanish Lace. The butter has a Cranberry Opalescent domed lid with an Oaken shaped finial attached. The domed lid has a polished rim. The base has the opalescence with the Spanish Lace pattern embossed beneath. The butter is approximately 4-1/2” (H) with lid in place, 5-1/2” (W) at the rim of the domed lid. The base is 8” (W) at the scalloped rim and 4-1/8” (W) at the ringed base. Other than bubbles & probably strawmarks/mold marks - which are normal production issues - it is pretty much mint. No chips, cracks, scratches or staining. Even the polished rim on the domed lid is without chips. (201)

ITEM ID
090120.03
TYPE
Art Glass, Cranberry Glass, Opalescent Glass
COLOR
Red
CREATOR
Northwood
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Butter Dish
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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A Glass Act

Northwood Cranberry Opalescent Butter with Spanish Lace Pattern

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