Wild Rose, Westmoreland

A true connoisseur's piece, these syrup jugs are no doubt passed up many times because they don't seem very impressive. Usually credited to Westmoreland, some collectors think Northwood or Dugan. Only known in marigold, the jugs usually sell in the $150 to $300 range. In 2016, an example sold for $170. Metal lids vary.

In 2022, a marigold syrup sold for $150.

In 2018, two sold for $75 each and another for $350. In 2019, an example with a loose lid sold for $70. In 2020 another marigold example sold for $200.

Hartung Book Five: Wild Rose Syrup

On the right is a bowl in the same pattern. I've seen only a few of these and have no records of sales but, because there is no interior pattern, I judge them to be worth $10 to $20.

In 2018, David Kastor pointed out that these pieces, along with the Apple Blossom Shell tumbler, were produced in 1906 by Riverside Glass and called Florentine.

Updated 4/27/2022