Drapery, Northwood

Drapery rosebowls and candy dishes are found in a wide range of colors, suggesting that they were made for a number of years. The rosebowl and candy dish (usually tricorner), were made from different molds--note the collar base on the rosebowl and the ribs that extend beyond the base forming small toes on the candy dish. The mold used for the candy dish was also used to make the Drapery vase (see below). A few of the rosebowls have a smooth, rather than knobby, edge. Unlike most Northwood patterns, aqua opal is the most common color in rosebowls, while marigold is quite scarce. In candy dishes, ice blue is the most common color and marigold again scarce. The small toes on the candy dishes (and vases), are very succeptible to damage. Fenton made a similar pattern in contemporary glass that has three scroll feet. The tumbler, in white, is one of the few known and brought $2,800 in 2000. Another (or perhaps the same one) sold for $2,500 in 2010).

Hartung Book Two: Drapery

Rosebowls

Amethyst/purple, 120, 170 (both 2012),
   60, 75 (both 2014), 70, 125 (both 2015),
   10, 45, 75, 95, 300 (2016)

Amethyst/purple, smooth edge, 250 (2004),
   135 (2010), 90 (2015)

Aqua, 55 (2016)

Aqua, tiny crack, 90 (2011)

Aqua opal, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 125 (all 2014),
   65, 70, 85, 90, 95, 100, 110, 175, 200 (all 2015),
   75, 80, 85, 90, 100, 110, 130, 145, 195 (all 2016),
   55, 70, 75, 80, 85 (all 2017)

Blue, 125, 195 (both 2011), 90, 100 (both 2012),
   130 (2013), 85, 125 (both 2014), 275 (2015),
   75, 120, 275 (all 2016)

Blue, Renninger, one known, 2,700 (1992),
   1,500 (2014)

Blue slag reported

Green, rare, 1,000 (2002), 1,150 (2015), 750 (2016),
   750 (2017)

Ice blue, 225 (2008), 300 (2010), 350 (2013),
   130, 175 (both 2016)

Ice blue opal, 625 (2004), 250 (2007), 275 (2008)

Ice green, 2,500 (2001), 325 (2008)

Lavender, 375 (2000), 225 (2003)

Lime ice green, 900 (2008)

Marigold, 155 (2011), 75, 125 (both 2015),
   70, 100, 105, 215 (all 2014), 80 (2015),
   85, 180 (both 2016), 75 (2017)

Sapphire opal, 225 (2006)

White, 170, 195 (both 2008), 130 (2010), 90 (2014),
   110 (2016)

White, smooth edge, 170 (2006), 185 (2008),
   275 (2010), 250 (2013), 50 (2014), 275 (2015),
   170 (2016)

Candy dishes, tricorner

Amethyst/purple, 80 (2011),
   70, 80, 180 (all 2013), 55 (2014), 50 (2015),
   55, 135 (both 2016)

Aqua, 175 (2003), 400 (2006)

Blue, 55, 125, 130 (2010), 105 (2013),
   40 (2014), 90 (2015), 85 (2016), 85 (2017)

Blue, electric, 1,350 (2004), 230 (2013)

Green, 300 (2001), 225 (2010), 160 (2013),
   200 (2015)

Ice blue, 45, 50, 55, 75, 95 (all 2014),
   40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 110 (all 2015),
   45, 55, 60, 70, 75, 90 (all 2016), 40, 45 (both 2017)

Ice green, 175 (2004), 200 (2005),
   425 (2010), 65 (2013), 110 (2015),
   80, 95 (both 2016)

Lime green, 95 (2004), 125 (2010),
   190 (2013), 50 (2015), 95 (2016), 110 (2017)

Marigold, 20, 55, 65 (all 2012), 20, 30, 50 (all 2013),
   30 (2014), 30 (2014), 40 (2015), 40 (2016),
   20 (2017)

Sapphire blue, 225 (2010)

White, 75, 135 (2010), 50 (2012), 45, 55 (both 2013),
   30, 145 (both 2014), 45 (2015), 30 (2016), 40 (2017)

As noted above, the Drapery vase (left photo) was made from the same mold as the candy dish and has three small toes extending out from the ribs at the base. In the right photo are a Drapery variant vase (without the small toes) and a Drapery footed variant (sometimes called the variant variant). Unlike the regular vase with three vertical ribs and toes, the footed variant has four ribs and toes. Both the variant and footed variant are seen much less often than the regular vase.
Drapery vases

Amethyst/purple, 75, 145 (2010), 155 (2011),
   45, 95 (both 2013), 90 (2014), 95 (2015),
   130 (2016)

Aqua, restored foot, 115 (2011)

Aqua opal, 450, 1,150 (both 2009), 550 (2011),
   125 (2013), 250, 425 (both 2014),
   225, 295, 300 (all 2016)

Blue, 300 (2009), 160, 225 (2010),
   150, 375 (both 2015), 95, 105, 300 (all 2016)

Green, 145, 350 (both 2008), 225 (2009),
   195 (2010), 95, 200 (both 2015),
   55, 185, 250 (all 2016)

Ice blue, 95, 155, 325 (all 2011),
   75 (2014), 90, 95, 120 (all 2015),
   125, 135, 140 (all 2016)

Ice green, 100 (2012), 55, 65, 95 (all 2013),
   45, 50, 80, 85, 100 (all 2015),
   45, 60, 65, 75, 80, 90, 100, 105 (all 2016),
   70, 100 (both 2017)

Lime green, 115 (2009), 175, 240 (both 2010),
   75, 155, 160 (all 2011), 75, 95 (both 2014),
   55, 70, 85, 90 (all 2016)

Marigold, 110 (2013), 35, 50 (both 2014),
   30, 35, 45, 50 (all 2015),
   10, 25, 30, 35, 40, 55, 85 (all 2016),
   25, 35, 40 (all 2017)

Powder blue opal, 775 (2006)

Renninger blue, 675 (2003), 585 (2009)

Sapphire blue, 250, 850 (both 2008),
   400 (2010), 120 (2012), 1,100 (2014),
   175, 275, 475 (all 2016)

Vaseline, 550 (2000)

White, 115 (2010), 75, 155 (both 2011),
   25, 70, 80 (all 2013), 45 (2014),
   45, 85 (both 2015), 65, 80 (both 2016)

White, 6 1/2 inches tall, 225 (2006), 230 (2011),
   35, 55, 90 (all 2015)
Drapery variant vases

Amethyst/purple, 125, 135, 200, 250 (all 2010),
   85, 425 (both 2014), 65, 185 (both 2016),
   180 (2017)

Amethyst, black, 70, 80 (both 2016)

Blue, 65 (2011), 50 (2012),
   85, 95, 160 (all 2013), 15, 55, 65, 85 (2014),
   80, 85, 250 (all 2016), 110, 150 (both 2017)

Custard, nutmeg stain, 25 (2016)

Green, emerald, top peeling, 295 (2009)

Lavender, 450 (2007), 205 (2010)

Lime green, 375 (2014)

Marigold, 45 (2012), 20, 30 (both 2013),
   15, 30 (both 2014), 30 (2015),
   10, 30, 35, 45, 75 (all 2016), 15 (2017)

Renninger blue, 675 (2003)

Sapphire blue, 300 (2012), 575 (2013)

Drapery, footed variant

Custard/nutmeg, 155 (2016)

Blue, 110 (2000), 100 (2009), 115 (2010), 75 (2014)

Green, listed as Pillar and Drape, 100 (2017)

Marigold, 125 (2006), 85, 100 (both 2007),
   110 (2008), 45 (2010), 50 (2017)

Marigold, listed as Pillar and Drape, 120 (2016)

Sapphire blue, 275 (2001), 550 (2010),
   575 (2013)

Listed as possibly Renninger blue, 430 (2006)

The unusual Drapery bowl above is the only one known made from the rosebowl mold.
Although not apparent, it is in the lime green base glass color. It is also notable because
it has a pie crust edge and is the only known piece of Drapery with an interior pattern
(Stippled Rays). Many thanks to the owner Don Ruppel who sent the photos.

Updated 4/21/2017