Wide Panel, Northwood

Few pieces of carnival glass are as dramatic as the large epergnes--which were originally intended to hold both fruit and flowers. Unfortunately, handling of the several awkward components has led to damage in many of the existing examples. Vases are difficult to identify as they are similar to many other fairly large vases. These have 10 panels and a base diameter of 4 3/4 inches with a 44-point star in the base. Often seen with a heavier marigold iridescence at the top as shown in the photo. Note that Northwood's Flute vase is quite similar but with eight panels and a 4 1/4-inch base. For more on paneled vases, click here.

Hartung Book Seven: Wide Panel Epergne

Epergnes, (base, 1 center and 3 side lilies)

Amethyst/purple, 375, 600, 700 (all 2014), 1,300 (2018),
   1,300 (2019)

Aqua opal, one known

Blue, 800 (1995), 750 (2001), 585 (2019)

Green, 430, 850 (both 2020), 350, 600 (both 2021)

Ice blue, 9,000 (2006), 13,500 (2007), 7,500 (2011)

Ice green, 7,000 (2003), 8,000 (2006), 4,000 (2011)

Lime green, 2 known, 2,300 (2018)

Marigold, 250, 475, 550 (all 2020), 400, 475 (both 2021)

White, 2,200 (2016), 720 (2018)

Center lily

Marigold, 100 (2008)

Green, 35 (2020)

Green, side and center lilies, 185 (2013)

White, 45 (2018)

Center lily in silver base

White, 25 (2019)

Side lilies, each

Green, 30-50

Ice blue, 100 (1997)

Marigold, 115 (1998)

Marigold, set of 4, 130 (2018)

White, 30 (1999)

White, set of 3, 85 (2018)

Updated 6/15/2021

Vases, 4 1/2 - 4 3/4 inch base

Amethyst/purple, 650 (2015), 450 (2018),
   425 (2020)

Green, 35 (2019), 20 (2020), 35, 45 (both 2021)

Green, 21--22 inches tall, 230 (2006), 170 (2016)

Marigold, 10 (2015), 60, 625 (both 2018),
   30 (2021)

Master salt (old stretch glass)

Vaseline, 100 (2016), 90 (2018)

The above marigold salt set sold in 2019 for $100. Photo courtesy of Burns Auctions.