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Above is one of the few examples of Northwood Sunflower that I've heard of in aqua opal. Courtesy of George Webb. George has also uncovered another bowl in aqua opal and says both are now in the same collection.

Updated 4/12/2017

A simple yet dramatic design with a huge sunflower dominating the middle of the bowl. Found only in spatula-footed bowls with the Meander pattern on the back. Quality of iridescence can make a huge difference in value.

Hartung Book One: Sunflower

Bowls, 9 inch

Amethyst/purple, 35, 40, 43, 50, 75 (all 2013),
   65, 75, 155, 165 (all 2014), 35, 40, 50 (all 2015),
   20, 30, 35, 40, 45, 90, 95 (all 2016)

Amethyst/purple, electric, 475 (2004), 575 (2008),
   475 (2010), 725 (2014)

Aqua opal, 2-3 known, 13,000 (2011),
   20,000 (2014)

Blue, 400, 425, 550 (all 2010), 400 (2014),
   140, 350 (both 2016)

Blue, electric, 1,350 (2003), 850 (2009), 925 (2016)

Green, 65, 120 (both 2012), 65, 80, 300 (all 2013),
   60, 70, 110 (all 2014),
   15, 20, 30, 55, 140, 250 (both 2015),
   55, 65, 100, 175, 500 (2016)

Green, emerald, 450, 700 (both 2006),
   500, 1,550 (both 2010), 775 (2012)

Green, spectacular, 1,600 (2007), 1,500 (2008),
   1,200 (2012)

Ice blue, 700 (2009), 650, 850 (both 2010),
   500, 700 (2012), 1,300 (2014), 700, 900 (both 2015),
   575, 1,000 (both 2016)

Lavender, 250 (2006), 75 (2012)

Lavender, nut bowl shape, 70 (2009)

Lime green, 125 (2012)

Marigold, 20, 45 (both 2015),
   10, 15, 20, 35, 40, 45, 300 (all 2016)

Marigold, pumpkin, 1,200 (2007), 375 (2012)

Renninger blue, 2,000 (2004), 850 (2006),
   700 (2008), 2,000 (2009), 1,100 (2014), 1,800 (2016)

Sapphire blue, 1,700 (1997)

Yellowish glass, 400 (2014)