Grape and Cable Humidors, Cookie Jars, and Compotes, Northwood

The tobacco humidor and cookie or cracker jar are about the same size. The humidor, on the left, has a three-pronged sponge holder on the inside of the lid. These are easily broken off and items with such damage are worth less. To see a spittoon whimsied from the base of a marigold humidor, click here.The cookie or cracker jar has two handles. Both humidor and cookie jar can be found in stippled versions. Fenton apparently came into possession of the humidor mold and used it to make a souvenir piece and bowl whimsies.
Humidor or tobacco jar

Amethyst/purple, 300 (2010), 170 (2011),
   210 (2013), 275 (2014), 195 (2016),
   275 (2017)

Aqua opal, two known, one of them damaged

Blue, 650, (1998), 325 (2004), 425 (2006)

Marigold, 150, 160, 255 (all 2010), 240 (2012),
   135, 250, 300 (all 2014), 100, 250 (2015),
   65 (2016)

Renninger blue, 1,200 (2005)

Humidor, stippled

Amethyst/purple, lid not stippled, 300 (2004)

Blue, 1,000 (2007), 450 (2008), 375 (2009),
   475, 500 (both 2010), 525 (2012), 315 (2014),
   335, 425 (both 2015), 210, 325 (both 2016),
   225, 250 (both 2017)

Blue, Renninger, 525 (2008), 400 (2014),
   1,050 (2016)

Marigold, 325, 350 (both 2010), 400 (2011),
   250 (2013), 205 (2014),
   120, 225, 325 (all 2016), 160 (2017)

Cookie or cracker jar

Amethyst/purple, 110, 130, 145, 155 (all 2014),
   125, 135, 175, 185, 225, 235, 275 (all 2015),
   75, 100, 105, 110, 120 (all 2016),
   95, 140 (both 2017)

Aqua opal, 67,500 (2010)

Ice blue?, 1,450 (2011)

Ice green, 2,000, 3,000 (both 2002),
   800 (2003), 1,600 (2004), 1,600 (2010),
   1,600 (2016)

Ice green, pinpoint, 550 (2015)

Marigold, 140, 180 (both 2012),
   95, 115, 155, 175 (all 2014),
   85, 100, 125, 155, 215 (all 2015),
   65, 70, 95 (all 2016), 80, 90 (both 2017)

Smoke, amethyst lid, 275 (1995), 220 (2000)

White, 1,000 (2001), 775 (2006), 435 (2007),
   650 (2008), 500 (2014), 550 (2015),
   300, 550 (both 2016)

Cookie or cracker jar, stippled

Blue, 700 (1999)

Marigold, 320 (2007), 300 (2011),
   325, 350 (both 2014), 225 (2015)


The Grape and Cable covered compote and open compote are both
large pieces. The open compote, for example, measures about 10 inches
across, and is sometimes referred to as large or giant.
Compote, covered

Amethyst/purple, 85, 130, 150, 175 (all 2014),
   105, 115, 200, 300 (all 2015),
   75, 80, 85, 120, 130, 160 (all 2016),
   120, 130, 135 (all 2017)

Marigold, 725 (2008), 225 (2009),
   700 (2010), 225 (2012)
Compote, open

Amethyst/purple, 115, 120, 220 (all 2014),
   120, 190, 215 (all 2015),
   85, 140 (both 2016),
   90, 150 (both 2017)

Green, 400 (2006), 400, 525 (both 2010),
   350 (2014), 275 (2015), 65 (2017)

Lavender, 500 (2001)

Marigold, 160 (2012),
   125, 250 (both 2013),
   110 (2014), 185 (2015), 95 (2017)
The smaller covered compote is call a sweetmeat. It also has a
different shape and foot than the large covered compote. The one
shown here is the very rare blue. It appears that Northwood
decided they needed a small open compote, so they simply
used the base of the sweetmeat and spread it out. It is usually
referred to as the sweetmeat whimsey or compote whimsey.
Sweetmeat

Amethyst/purple, 35, 50, 60, 65, 75, 80, 85, 95, 105, 110, 120, 250 (all 2015),
   45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 85, 175, 190 (all 2015),
   40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 75, 85 (all 2016),
   60, 75, 170 (all 2017)

Amethyst base, blue lid, 350 (2004)

Blue, 1,400, 3,750 (both 2009), 1,700 (2010)

Horehound, 900 (1996)

Lavender, 325 (2005), 55 (2006), 105 (2010)

Marigold, 950 (2010), 825 (2011),
   300, 1,050 (both 2015)

White, 900 (1993)

Sweetmeat base only

Amethyst/purple, 25 (2016)

Sweetmeat, lid only

Amethyst/purple, 35 (2016)

Sweetmeat whimsey

Amethyst/purple, 100, 175 (both 2013),
   35, 50, 60, 65 (all 2014),
   50, 75 (both 2016), 55 (2017)

Bowls and plates
Fruit bowls and banana boats
Centerpiece bowls, ferneries
Water sets
Dresser sets, table sets, breakfast sets
Punch sets and whiskey sets
Bonbons, cups and saucers, candlesticks, candlelamps

Updated 4/24/2017