Waterlily and Cattails, Northwood
Year(s) of Production: [infobar select=”DISTINCT yearofmanufacture” mfg=”Northwood” pattern=”Waterlily and Cattails”]
Pattern Description: [infobar select=”DISTINCT patterndescription” mfg=”Northwood” pattern=”Waterlily and Cattails”]
Similar Patterns: [infobar select=”DISTINCT similarpatterns” mfg=”Northwood” pattern=”Waterlily and Cattails” order=”shape”]
Northwood only made a water set in this pattern, and although the pitcher is relatively easy to identify (the shape is much thinner than the Fenton pitcher and it is on a dome base). The tumblers are more difficult to identify, but many are signed with the N in a circle trademark. Tumblers do come in According to Carl O Burn’s book, Northwood Carnival Glass 1908-1925, a water set can be found in non-iridized blue opalescent which would make this a very early pattern.Here are the differences between the pitchers (see pitchers-wc) and tumblers (see tumblers-wc).
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