Northwood Glass 1908-15 Opalescent White Diamond Point Vase

Golden Iris was the name of the first carnival glass treatment that Northwood developed in 1908. It was known for its marigold color. The other carnival glass treatments made by Northwood were Emerald, Azure, Florentine, Perl, and Pomona. Carnival glass is identified by the color of the glass, not the color of the treatment. Base colors for Northwood were green, amethyst, and cobalt blue. Ice green, white, and ice blue were the names of the pastel colors. Northwood also made custard, stretch and opalescent glass.

Here we have an Opalescent Ice White Diamond Point vase. This is a very unusual color and design - one that is seldom seen. A truly special piece in a scarce color. What an eye-catching vase! This vase displays well from all angles. Perfect for any decor.

Exceptional vase in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. There is no evidence of repair or modification was detected. The white spots are studio light reflections. Dimensions are below.

Authentic Northwood Glass.

All pictures are original and un-edited.

H: 11", Base: 3 5/8" , Rim:5"

  • Model: K2204e
  • Shipping Weight: 3.0000lbs
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  • Manufactured by: Northwood
  • Northwood Glass 1908-15 Opalescent White Diamond Point Vase

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