|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.
Water sets, 7 piece Water pitchers Tumblers
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.