Grape Leaves, Northwood

This grape pattern has the design crowded into the center of the bowl. Most bowls are ruffled but an occasional three-in-one edge or eight-sided (left) are seen. The three-in-one edge, almost never seen in Northwood, has prompted some collectors to suspect Dugan as the maker--in spite of the Northwood mark. Carl O. Burns, however, in his 2001 book on Northwood carnival glass, refutes this with a solid argument that the pattern could only have been made by Northwood. The pattern on the reverse is called Blossoms and Palms. Millersburg also made a Grape Leaves pattern, though somewhat different from this one.

Bowls, 8-9 inches

Amber, 100 (1997)

Amethyst/purple, 20, 25, 40, 45 (all 2014),
   10, 15, 25, 28, 30, 45, 55 (all 2015),
   10, 15, 20, 35, 40 (all 2016)

Green, 55, 90 (both 2012), 80 (2013),
   25, 40, 45 (all 2014), 25, 35 (both 2015),
   5, 20, 30, 45, 70 (all 2016)

Horehound/root beer, 20 (2005), 18 (2014)

Ice blue, 1,050, 1,500 (both 2009),
   700, 750, 1,100 (all 2012), 900 (2014),
   400, 475 (both 2016)

Lavender, 275 (1998)

Lime green, 115 (2008), 95 (2010), 120 (2016)

Marigold, 10, 15 (both 2014),
   10, 13, 15, 35 (all 2015), 10, 20, 35 (all 2016)

Marigold, ruffled, pastel, 130 (2005), 400 (2007),
   95 (2015)

Last updated 1/12/2017

This ice blue ruffled bowl sold for $1,100 at the 2012 Heart of America Carnival Glass auction. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.