Fine Rib Vases, Northwood

With an identical name and similar design, this vase is frequently confused with Fenton's version. The most obvious difference is that the ribs continue all the way to the top edge, in contrast to a smooth band around the top of the Fenton. There is one base size in the Northwood; 3 1/2 inches. Some are marked with Northwood's "N."

Information on vases with vertical ribs here.

Hartung Book 1: Fine Rib, Northwood

Vases

Amber, 20 (2015)

Amethyst/purple, 25 (2018), 20, 25 (both 2020), 10, 40, 55 (all 2021),
   10. 15, 25 (all 2022)

Amethyst/purple, electric, 170 (2014)

Aqua opal (slight opal), 550 (2000)

Blue, 35, 95 (both 2012), 20 (2014), 10, 45 (both 2015), 110 (2022)

Green, 15, 20, 25 (all 2015), 8, 20, 25 (all 2016), 10, 15, 20 (all 2022)

Ice blue, 225 (1999)

Ice green, 120, 165, 195 (all 2006), 250 (2007), 75 (2009), 130 (2016)

Lavender, 140 (2018)

Lime green, 10, 15 (both 2016), 20 (2019), 35 (2022)

Marigold, 5, 15, 30 (all 2016), 10, 20, 25, 35 (all 2021), 15, 25 (both 2022)

Renninger blue, 140, 400 (both 2010)

Sapphire blue, 185 (2009), 45, 70, 130 (all 2016), 150 (2019), 275 (2021)

White, 140 (2017), 80 (2019), 50, 85 (both 2021)

White, 6-6 1/2 inch, 170 (2015), 80 (2020)

This blue vase is 10 1/2 inches tall with a 3 1/2 inch base. It was listed as having an art glass finish and brought $1,800 in 2021.
Scott Sheffield sold this vase in 2021. He identified it as a Northwood tricorner Fine Rib vase in green, 4 1/2 inches across the top with a 3-inch base. It brought $80.

Last updated 6/28/2022