Northwood Intaglio Ivory Custard Berry Bowl

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Northwood Intaglio Ivory Berry Bowl



Northwood Intaglio Ivory Custard Glass Individual Berry Bowl
With Green & Gold Trim circa 1899.

In 1897, the Harry Northwood Glass Company of Indiana, Pennsylvania (which later moved to Wheeling, West Virginia) introduced ivory custard glass with its hugely successful Louis XV pattern, and followed through in 1899 with swift introductions of the now-classic Intaglio, Geneva, Inverted Fan & Feather, and Pagoda patterns in custard glass (from Harry Northwood: The Wheeling Years 1901-1925, Antique Publications: Marietta, OH, 1991, p. 132).

This is a wonderful example of the Northwood Intaglio Green & Gold berry bowl. The berry bowl, often called a "sauce bowl" is approximately 3" high x 4.5" wide. ID=ANTQ3

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