Northwood Glass Company was founded by Harry Northwood. He opened one factory in Indiana, Pennsylvania, in 1896, and another in Wheeling, West Virginia, in 1902. Northwood closed when Mr. Northwood died in 1923. During this period, Northwood produced many items of glassware which today are highly collected and admired. This is a delightful small footed individual berry bowl in custard. The custard is clean and bright. The decoration is an unusual blue with gold gilt. The blue is in good condition and the gold shows some slight loss. The glass on the bowl is a beautiful custard. The bowl is in excellent condition other than the minor gold loss. This bowl is footed and the base is scalloped and decorated with blue and gold gild. This lovely piece is 3" tall and 4 1/2" across. A delightful addition to any Northwood, custard or victorian EAPG collection.

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