Intaglio Cherries, Northwood
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1908-1909
Pattern Description: A cable with leaves above and below from which clusters of cherries hang toward the center of the bowl. The pattern is exterior and intaglio (sunk below the surface).Interior is plain.
Similar Patterns: Northwood Intaglio Apple and Pear, Northwood Intaglio Strawberry ,Northwood Intaglio Thistle
This intaglio pattern (exterior, pattern pressed in) with cherries was a very early Northwood pattern – probably first done in goofus glass (with gold and red paint on the exterior to make it look like fruit when looking into it) is on very thick glass. There are 4 intaglio patterns by Northwood, all done in large bowls – 2 of the patterns came with small bowls (berry sets). The large bowls measure about 9 1/2″ wide and 2 3/4″ tall. The sauce bowls are about 4 5/8″ wide and are 1 3/4″ tall. They have 8 large scallops on the top and a plain base with a circle (not signed with an N). The interior is plain.
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