Northwood Wishbone carnival glass footed bowls

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2015-06-26 10:42:29

Northwood Wishbone carnival glass footed bowls are collectible items of carnival glass, produced in the US by the Northwood Glass Company during the first quarter of the 20th century.

Wishbone pattern

Northwood’s Wishbone carnival glass features overlapping wishbone depictions, which were utilised on a range of Northwood glassware, including bowls, plates, tumblers and water sets.

Two differing sized moulds were used depending on the size of the piece.

Northwood Wishbone footed bowls

Northwood Wishbone footed bowls are eight to nine inches in length and come in a range of colours with aqua opal varieties particularly rare and sought after.

How much are Northwood Wishbone footed bowls worth?

Aqua opal Northwood Wishbone footed bowls have changed hands for between $16,000 and 18,000 at auction in recent years.

Lime green and electric blue pieces have, on occasion, achieved four figures.

At the lower end, marigold pieces can be found for as little as $40.

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