Northwood Strawberry carnival glass plates
Northwood Strawberry carnival glass plates are collectible items of carnival glass, produced in the US by the Northwood Glass Company during the first quarter of the 20th century.
Northwood’s Strawberry pattern carnival glass featured strawberries and leaves and is similar to the company’s Wild Strawberry design, which incorporated blossoms to the outside edge of the pattern.
The Strawberry pattern was utilised on bowls and plates.
Northwood Strawberry pattern carnival glass plates
Northwood Strawberry pattern carnival glass plates were manufactured in regular and (more valuable) stippled versions, in a range of different colours.
How much are Northwood Strawberry pattern carnival glass plates worth?
Stippled ice blue versions are extremely rare. An example sold for $23,000 in 1995, while lime ice green stippled variants are also valuable, having achieved $15,500 at auction.
More easily-obtainable stippled versions can sell for around $500 to $700.
In terms of regular plates, prices start at around $65 for marigold pieces, rising on occasion to $875 for peach opal offerings.
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