Rose Show Variant, Northwood

Updated 4/9/2020

The Rose Show variant is most quickly distinguished from Rose Show by the sawtooth edge. It also has a ribbed back and the inside area of the collar is flat (on the regular, this area is indented to follow the front pattern). Oddly, plates are more common than bowls in this pattern.

Article on Rose Show pattern

Bowls, ruffled, about 9 inches

Blue, 350 (2009), 1,500 (2011), 975 (2012)

Marigold, 375 (2016), 625 (2017),
   400, 425, 450 (all 2018), 225, 250 (both 2019),
   225 (2020)

Marigold, pastel, 900 (2000)

Renninger blue, 325, 900, 1,050 (all 2012),
   1,150 (2013), 450 (2015), 400 (2016),
   325 (2019)

Plates, 9 inches

Blue, 1,000 (2009), 800, 6,000 (both 2010),
   1,800 (2014), 850 (2016), 1,100 (2017),
   525, 2,100 (both 2018)

Blue, electric, 9,000 (2012), 3,000 (2014)

Marigold, 875 (2016), 600, 750, 950 (all 2017),
   500, 1,000, 1,600 (all 2018),
   200, 300, 350, 475 (all 2019), 400 (2020)

Renninger blue, 275, 700, 750, 900 (all 2015),
   900, 950 (both 2016), 575, 750 (both 2018),
   800 (2019)