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Northwoods Beaded Cable Peach Opalescent Rosebowl

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    Posted 11 years ago

    jruhlman32
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    Not knowing about collectibles, my daughter inherited some pieces and I packed them away for when she was older. Recently meeting someone into collecting, showed them to her and she helped me find what they were. To my surprise this piece is extremely rare and valuable!

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    1. Glen, 11 years ago
      It's a very pretty piece of Carnival, but I can't tell from your photo if it is peach opalescent; it looks more like marigold. Can you post another photo that shows the opal edging (which would be around the top). Thanks :-)
    2. Sam Joyce, 11 years ago
      Hello. This is a beaded cable rosebowl made by the Northwood company. It is marigold carnival glass. If it is in perfect condition it's value is about $75 give or take a bit. With carnival glass a lot of the value is in the color of the irridization and the colour of the base glass. Marigold tends to be the least valuable(although this isn't always the case!!) Hope this helps!!

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