Grape and Cable Reissues, Fenton and Mosser
Fenton used the base of the Northwood Grape and Cable humidor to make a variety of shapes. In addition to ruffled bowls there are handled baskets, spittoons, humidors, and vases.

Bowls
Aqua opal, 10-inch ruffled, 65 (2013), 110 (2015)
Peach opal, 25 (2013), 45 (2016)
Plum opal, for Levay 1984, 155 (1999), 45 (2016)
Purple, ruffled, 25-30
Red, 40 (2012)

Baskets, bowl with handle
Aqua opal, 125 (2016)
Red, 35 (2015)

Spittoon whimseys from humidor base
Aqua opal, 95 (2016)
Green opal, 95 (2016)
Ice blue, 35 (2016)
Peach opal, 55, 65 (both 2016)
Purple, 65 (2016)

Whimsey vases for Levay

In 1969, Rose Presznick, a collector and early author of books on Carnival, had Fenton make complete humidors in amethyst. They are marked with the Fenton logo and words about Presznick's Carnival Glass Museum on both the lid and base. Fenton has also reissued the humidor in a number of contemporary colors including ruby (1995-67), petal pink, blue (400 made in 1992), green for Levay, Faverene (2003), and the spruce green shown here.

Humidors
For Presznick Museum, purple, 110 (2012),
55 (2013), 90, 170 (both 2014), 35, 40, 45 (2016)
Blue, 100 (eBay 2003), 57 (eBay 2008)
Favarene, 110 (2016)
Ice blue, hand painted, 105 (2016)
Ice green, 49 (eBay 2004)
Red, 50 (2005 & 2007), 55 (2013), 125 (2016)

Apparently Mosser has come into possession of the original Northwood Grape and Cable cracker jar mold. As best I can tell, these are identical to the original. I've seen a couple of these in the iridized vaseline glass (that Mosser calls marigold) shown here. They're worth $30 to $40.

Northwood Grape and Cable humidor, cracker jar

Updated 2/23/17