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Posted 3 years ago

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adrian44
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Harry Northwood made some gorgeous glass, of course that's only my opinion but we're all entitled to one, right? The Emerald Green Intaglio Peach set is in exceptional condition for it's age.

L.G.Wright also made the S-Repeat pattern but these are true Northwood pieces as well as the Louis XV Custard Spooner. Just some eye candy for those who like Northwood glass.

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  1. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 3 years ago
    Ive posted a few Northwood pieces on here myself, and I really love the stuff! You have an amazing S Repeat Sugar and Butter, ive got a few Louis XV items as well that Ive thought about posting.
  2. Paul, 3 years ago
    Gorgeous stuff. S-Repeat wasn't actually made by Northwood, though. It was first made at Factory no. 13, the Northwood Glass Works, of the National Glass Company in Indiana, PA. Northwood left for England in 1901 and when he returned in 1902 he leased the old Hobbs factory in Wheeling, which became H. Northwood and Company. When Northwood left for England, the Indiana, PA factory was managed by Northwood's cousin, Thomas Dugan. Dugan then bought the factory from National in 1904 and it became the Dugan Glass Company. Dugan continued to produce this pattern. The original name of the pattern was "National" and was introduced in 1903, a year after Northwood started his own factory in Wheeling.

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