Poinsettia and Lattice, Northwood

This is one of Northwood's most pleasing designs--an attractive combination of flowers, lattice work, and stippling. Seen only in ruffled, footed bowls. The pattern is sometimes referred to as Lattice and Poinsettia or simply Poinsettia.

Hartung Book Four: Fenton's Poinsettia

Bowls, about 9 inches

Amethyst/purple, 130, 225, 250, 275, 450 (all 2015), 325, 400, 575 (all 2016),
   275, 325, 400 (all 2017), 175, 300 (both 2018),
   120, 150, 190, 250, 475, 575 (all 2019), 140, 150 (both 2020)

Amethyst/purple, spectacular, 2,000 (2013)

Aqua opal, 10,500 (2002), 8,500 (2004), 12,500 (2012),
   5,250, 10,500 (both 2017), 9,750 (2018), 3,800 (2019)

Blue, 95, 250, 800 (all 2015), 300, 395, 525, 675 (all 2016),
   290, 425, 500, 575, 750, 850 (all 2017), 250, 300 (both 2018),
   350, 375, 600 (all 2019), 150, 180, 310, 400, 425, 500 (all 2020)

Blue, electric, 1,850 (2007), 1,600 (2011), 1,000 (2012), 550, 575, 650 (all 2019)

Horehound, 325, 350 (both 2010), 550, 575 (both 2011),
   500, 575 (both 2012), 800 (2014), 425, 475 (both 2017), 450, 525 (both 2019),
   475 (2020)

Ice blue, 650, 1,000, 1,800 (all 2013), 650, 825 (both 2014), 525 (2015),
   500, 600, 800 (all 2016), 600, 650, 675, 1,100 (all 2017), 475 (2018),
   675, 825 (both 2019), 450, 575 (both 2020)

Ice green, 500 (2017)

Lavender, 925 (1999), 850 (2006), 250 (polished chip, 2019)

Lavender, ice, Christina Katsikas auction, only one known, 6,000 (2020)

Marigold, 275, 300, 450 (all 2014), 190, 225 (both 2015),
   180, 190, 230, 250, 275, 325 (all 2016), 225, 250, 400, 500 (all 2017),
   130, 235, 250, 375 (all 2018), 110, 170, 200, 250, 300 (all 2019),
   140, 185 (both 2020)

Marigold, pumpkin, 650 (2019)

Root beer, 1,350 (2012)

White, 1,650, 2,900 (both 2009), 3,600, 3,750 (2012), 2,100 (2013),
   525, 700, 1,400 (all 2017), 550, 650 (both 2019)

White opal, age questionable, 750 (2005)

Updated 10/9/2020

This bowl was listed as rootbeer color when it sold for $1,350 at the 2012 Keystone Carnival Glass Club auction. Photo courtesy of Jim Wroda Auctions.