Northwood Hearts and Flowers carnival glass compotes

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2015-06-26 10:42:27

Northwood Hearts and Flowers carnival glass compotes are collectible items of carnival glass, produced in the US by the Northwood Glass Company during the first quarter of the 20th century.

Hearts and Flowers pattern

Northwood Hearts and Flowers carnival glass compotes feature a complex pattern. Northwood produced compotes, plates and bowls using the pattern, with compotes more easily found than bowls.

Northwood Hearts and Flowers are believed to comprise 1.4% of all carnival pieces sold at auction.

Compotes are available in a wide range of colours:

  • Amethyst and purple
  • Amethyst and black
  • Aqua opal
  • Blue
  • Blue, electric
  • Blue opal
  • Custard, pearlised,
  • Custard and marigold
  • Green
  • Ice blue
  • Ice blue opal
  • Ice green
  • Lavender
  • Lime green
  • Marigold
  • Marigold/milk glass
  • Persian blue
  • Powder blue
  • Powder blue opal
  • Renninger blue
  • Sapphire blue
  • White

How much are Northwood Hearts and Flowers carnival glass compotes worth?

Northwood Hearts and Flowers carnival glass compotes can sell for between $65 and $7,500 depending on colour and condition.

Among the most sought after varieties are the custard, pearlised compotes.

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