Wisteria, Northwood
Northwood's Wisteria tankard pitcher and slender, elegantly flared tumbler are among the most desirable--and rare--of this company's production. The pattern is much like Northwood's Grape Arbor, complete with lattice, but substitutes wisteria flowers for the grapes.

Hartung Book Four: Wisteria

Water sets, 7 piece

Ice blue, 12,500 (2011)

White, 8,000 (2007), 7,000 (2011)

Water pitchers

Ice blue, 13,000 (2002), 15,000 (2010)

Ice blue, crack by handle, 1,800 (2007)

White, crack & epoxy, 375 (1995)

Tumblers

Ice blue, 650, 750, 800 (all 2010), 400 (2011),
   850 (2012), 375 (2014),
   425, 475, 525 (all 2015), 225 (2016)

Ice green, 1,400 (2006)

Lavender, 1,000 (2010)

Lime green, 425, 2,800 (both 2009),
   600 (2010), 425 (2012)

White, 975, 1,500 (both 2008), 700 (2010),
   350 (2015), 400 (2016), 400 (2017)

Two of the rarest pieces in the Carnival Glass pantheon. The green vase was made from a water pitcher mold, but without the handles. It's the only known piece in the pattern not in a pastel color. The bank, which is the only bank whimsey I know of, was made from a white tumbler. With a small base chip, it sold in 2012 for $2,700 and again in 2016 for $3,000.

Updated 5/4/2017