Northwood Peacock at the Fountain carnival glass butter dishes

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2015-06-26 10:42:28

Northwood Peacock at the Fountain carnival glass butter dishes are collectible items of carnival glass, produced in the US by the Northwood Glass Company during the first quarter of the 20th century.

Peacock at the Fountain pattern

Northwood’s Peacock at the Fountain features a peacock facing left towards a fountain, except on the compotes, where the peacock faces right.

Peacock at the Fountain patterns featured on a range of Northwood’s glassware, including:

  • Pitchers
  • Tumblers
  • Bowls
  • Punch sets
  • Creamers
  • Spooners
  • Compotes

Northwood Peacock at the Fountain butter dishes

Northwood Peacock at the Fountain butter dishes were produced in amethyst and purple, aqua and teal, blue, green, ice blue, lavender, marigold and white.

How much are Northwood Peacock at the Fountain Carnival glass butter dishes worth?

Northwood Peacock at the Fountain carnival glass butter dishes range in price from $90 to $200 for the ubiquitous Marigold colour pieces up to $600 for the rare ice blue versions.

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