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Blue Chrysanthemum Sprig by Northwood

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blingiton1948's loves9 of 15Vintage Joseph Mazer Jeweled Art Deco Lion ParureAntique Pin from the Pawn Shop
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Blue Chrysanthemum Sprig was one of the more popular patterns and colors many years ago and very popular with collectors. Like so much of collectible glass, it has suffered in the last dacade. But, In my opinion, its still a classic in American colored Victorian glass. It came in a table set that includes a butter dish, sugar, creamer, and spooner. A salt, pepper, and cruet with matching tray and even a toothpick holder. An impressive water set and jelly compote. There was also a large master berry bowl with matching smaller bowls.
    They could be found with the classic Northwood script marking on the bottom.
    The same pattern and variety of shapes can also be found in their custard glass line.


    1. twentiethc, 5 years ago
      Impressive. I so rarely see these with the gilding in such good condition. Thanks for sharing.
    2. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 5 years ago
      You are welcome, thanks
    3. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 5 years ago
      This is a stunning set.. I love it.
    4. inky inky, 5 years ago
      Lovely..lovely colour!...:-)
    5. Aimathena Aimathena, 5 years ago
      Scott, they are all so lovely. You have very beautiful collections. I think I just fell in-love with the red/clear pitcher in photo #3
    6. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 5 years ago
      Ahh, that is a Rubina frosted Hobbs Hobnail pitcher. They are fun to collect because Hobbs made those pitchers in many different sizes and many colors!
    7. Aimathena Aimathena, 5 years ago
      I can definitely see me collecting *those*
    8. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 5 years ago
      You could build quite a colorful collection. However, they are water pitchers so they take up a lot of room.
    9. Aimathena Aimathena, 5 years ago
      I know... I have a few water pitcher but nothing as lovely as you have Scott
    10. antiques-in-nj antiques-in-nj, 5 years ago
      They are out there you just have to know where to look

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