Wild Rose, Northwood

The unique design of the open edge of this pattern makes it memorable. The rose is on the exterior; the interior is plain or has a rayed design. The amethyst nut bowl shape on the left shows the pattern well, but Wild Rose is seen most often in green in a more typical bowl shape with the open edges spread out. On the right is the only plate that I've seen. It's owned by Jerry and Carol Curtis.

Hartung Book One: Wild Rose, Northwood

Bowls, 8-9 inch

Amethyst/purple, 20, 35 (both 2011), 13 (2013),
   45 (2014), 15, 23, 30 (all 2015), 15, 30 (both 2016)

Aqua opal known

Blue, 50 (2008), 175 (2013), 110 (2014), 45 (2015),
   55 (2016)

Blue, electric, 300 (2000), 180, 300 (2004),
   200 (2006), 175 (2007)

Blue, variant (see below), 240 (2013)

Green, 13 (2013), 14 (2014), 55 (2015)

Horehound, 175 (2002)

Ice blue, 2,600 (2010)

Lavender, 65 (2003), 275 (2004), 110 (2007)

Marigold, 55 (2014), 15, 25, 30 (all 2015), 1
   5, 50 (both 2016)

Candy dish or nut bowl shape

Amethyst/purple, 35 (2010), 75 (2011),
   25, 30 (both 2013), 20 (2014), 15, 75 (both 2016)

Blue, 30, 125 (2010), 50, 55, 160 (all 2011),
   130 (2013), 70 (2015), 80, 130, 160 (all 2016)

Green, 15, 20 (both 2014), 10 (2015),
   15, 20, 40 (all 2016)

Green, emerald, 525 (1998), 275 (2013)

Ice blue, edge separation, 1,500 (2016)

Horehound, 175 (1995)

Lavender, 65 (2003)

Marigold, 18, 45 (both 2013), 20 (2014), 20 (2015),
   10, 15, 35, 40 (all 2016)

Rosebowls

Amethyst/purple, 40 (1999), 23 (2006)

Green, 20 (2010)

Marigold, 140 (2004), 35 (2011), 30 (2015), 75 (2016)

Sapphire blue, 5,500 (1997)

Plates, about 9 inches

Green, 75 (2001)

Marigold, 15 (1996)



Above is the only piece known in this pattern in aqua opal.


I had no idea that there was a variant to the typical Northwood Wild Rose pattern until one showed up at the Heart of America Carnival Glass Association convention auction in 2013. The usual one above left in blue has interior rays that are pretty much like any rays pattern, raised and rounded. On the right is the variant. Note that the rays are flat with alternating stippled and plain. The regular example sold for $175; the variant for $240.

Updated 4/13/2017