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Northwood Glass60 of 107Group of Blue Fenton and NorthwoodBlue Chrysanthemum Sprig
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    Posted 8 years ago

    ltreasures
    (37 items)

    I hope I am right again that this is Northwood.

    I would love to know pattern name.
    I was thinking maybe Dugan Five Hearts. But not sure.

    Any thoughts?

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      Dugan did make this pattern and called it Victor; AKA: Jeweled Heart, c.1905. The pattern has been reproduced but this looks like a small berry/nappy by Dugan.
    2. ltreasures ltreasures, 8 years ago
      Thanks again tallcakes. I was confident it was in the Northwood family since I bought it with some other obvious pieces! Once again you are the best.
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 8 years ago
      L.G. Wright had this pattern reproduced. They called it "Sweetheart," but it was not reproduced in opalescent glass.

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