Poppy Show, Northwood



Above is one of the few known Poppy Show plates in aqua opal. There are only a few bowls known in this color as well.



This ice green plate sold for $3,000 at the 2012 Heart of America Carnival Glass convention. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

After years of uncertainty about who made this pattern, joint research by Karen McIntyre and Glen and Stephen Thistewood has established definitive Northwood attribution for this highly desirable pattern. Because of the elaborate pattern, damage is sometimes hard to see.

Hartung Book Three: Poppy Show

Plates, 9-9 1/2 inches

Amber, 825 (2016)

Amethyst/purple, 600, 675 (both 2013),
   475, 625 (both 2014), 390, 425, 450 (all 2015),
   325, 400, 450 (all 2016)

Aqua opal, 25,099, 27,878 (both eBay 2004),
   37,000 (2008), 14,000 (2010), 45,000 (2011)

Blue, 515, 900, 950, 1,000, 1,050 (all 2013),
   300, 450, 950 (both 2014), 300, 425, 500 (all 2015),
   350, 500, 625, 650, 800, 900 (all 2016)

Blue, electric, 3,000 (2010), 4,000 (2012),
   4,500 (2013), 1,000, 1,150 (both 2014),
   1,000, 1,050, 1,400 (all 2016)

Custard known

Green, 1,600, 2,200, 3,100 (all 2013),
   1,900 2,400 (both 2014), 4,000 (2015), 1,800 (2016)

Green, emerald, 9,700 (2007)

Ice blue, 400, 650, 900, 1,500 (all 2013),
   600, 650, 750, 1,050 (all 2014), 700 (2015),
   275, 300, 400, 525, 650 (all 2016)

Ice green, 1,200, 3,000 (both 2012), 650 (2013),
   1,200, 2,100 (both 2014), 400, 550, 1,400 (all 2016)

Marigold, 350, 475, 750 (all 2014),
   180, 225, 300, 375, 400, 475, 550 (all 2015),
   225, 250, 400, 450, 475, 550 (all 2016)

Marigold, dark pumpkin, 1,400 (2010), 1,200 (2012),
   1,700 (2013)

Marigold, spectacular, 5,000 (2007)

White, 100, 190, 525 (all 2013),
   120, 150, 180, 225, 250 (all 2014),
   180, 200 (both 2015),
   100, 110, 140 190, 200, 225 (all 2016)

Bowls, ruffled, about 9 inches

Amethyst/purple, 275, 300, 525, 1,250 (all 2013),
   225, 275, 350, 475 (all 2014), 325 (2015),
   325, 500 (both 2016)

Amethyst, electric, 1,550 (2010), 1,250 (2013)

Aqua opal, 39,000 (2005), 37,000 (2010)

Aqua opal, base roughness, 6,000 (2014)

Blue, 500, 650 (both 2012), 650 (2013),
   450, 625, 800 (all 2014),
   110, 300, 500, 650, 750 (all 2016)

Green, 1,000, 3,000 (both 2009), 675 (2010),
   400, 1,300 (both 2011), 875 (2014), 1,000 (2015),
   800, 1,700 (both 2016)

Green, emerald, 4,500 (2007)

Horehound, 10,500 (2005)

Ice blue, 350, 425, 500, 625, 650 (all 2014),
   80, 225, 350 (all 2015),
   200, 275, 285, 400, 450 (all 2016)

Ice green, 650, 1,100 (both 2013),
   300, 675 (both 2014), 325 (2015), 525 (2016)

Lime green, 500, 1,000 (both 2002), 675 (2010),
   500 (2013)

Marigold, 180, 210, 245, 275, 300 (all 2013),
   140, 150 (both 2014), 100, 190, 300 (all 2015),
   120, 130, 180, 225 (all 2016)

White, 205, 240 (both 2011),
   150, 175, 325 (all 2012), 110, 130, 175 (2014),
   75, 110 (both 2015), 85, 95, 100 (all 2016)

The photo of the ice green Poppy Show bowl at the left was sent to me in early 2017 by Chase Marquis. What's unusual about it? Note the edge, Northwood's typical pie crust edge. Chase sent me the photo with a request for information about any other Poppy Show bowls with similar crimping. I checked my auction database of 190,000 items going back 25 years and could find no others. I asked around to see if any collectors knew of any, but nobody had. So far, this is the only one. Quite a find!

Updated 3/27/2017