Hearts and Flowers, Northwood
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1912
Pattern Description: A detailed design of loops, scale and rings surrounded by inverted hearts and flowers. The lines of the designs look like they are embroidered. The exterior on plates and bowls may be basketweave or ribbed.
Shapes in Database: Bowl, Compote, Plate
Colors in Database*: Amethyst/Purple, Aqua, Aqua Opal, Aqua Opal Butterscotch, Aqua Opal Pastel, Aqua/Marigold Overlay, Black Amethyst, Blue, Blue Opal, Electric Blue, Green, Ice Blue, Ice Blue Opal, Ice Green, Lavender, Lime Green, Marigold, Marigold on Custard, Marigold on Moonstone, Pastel Marigold, Persian Blue, Persian Blue Opal, Powder Blue Opal, Powder Blue Opal/Marigold Overlay, Renninger Blue, Smoke, Vaseline, White
*Not all colors are available in every shape.
About Hearts and Flowers
This pattern has the look of embroidery; the main theme is a ring of hearts (pointed to the outside) with a single stemmed, 5-petaled flower between each heart. Advertised in the Butler Bros Catalog in 1912, it was made in a high number of colors.