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    Posted 11 years ago

    Shawnl86
    (122 items)

    This is a Creamer from my personal collection, it was produced in 1904 by the Northwood Company, and the Pattern is Called Inverted Fan and Feather.
    It’s in Excellent Condition, The gold is also Very Well Preserved especially for over 100 years old! I love the Blue Glass mixed with the Gold Coloring it’s an Awesome Combination!
    Best Regards
    Shawnl86

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    1. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      As my mom would say "TWO HANDS ON THE CUP!!" lol Beautiful creamer!
    2. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 11 years ago
      As my Mom would say "I'll take that!" LOL
    3. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      LOL!! Too funny!
    4. DMK678 DMK678, 11 years ago
      Great ! Thanks for sharing.
    5. Mandi Mandi, 11 years ago
      It's just beautiful. :-)
    6. Paul , 10 years ago
      Gorgeous piece. Actually, Dugan was responsible for producing this pattern in emerald opalescent blue (as well as emerald green). The pattern did originate with Northwood at his factory at Indiana, PA which became part of the National Glass Company. Harry and his brother Carl left for England to manage the National's London office in 1901. Thomas Dugan then became manager of the Indiana, PA plant. The Northwood brothers returned in 1902 and began a new glass works in Wheeling at the old Hobbs Brockunier factory. When National was going under, Dugan bought the Indiana, PA plant and became the Dugan Glass Co. in 1904. Among the assets sold were moulds that were part of Northwood's production when he owned the factory, pre-National. It does get very confusing with patterns that were produced by Northwood-National-Dugan.
    7. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Very True Paul of course the fact that happened makes Identifying the patterns more difficult and challenges us to research and study more on the early American Glass Companies which is fun and I see you've done your homework as well:)
    8. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Thanks Everybody for the Loves and Likes!
    9. TammyInCarolina TammyInCarolina, 10 years ago
      IT IS BEAUTIFUL!!!! <JEALOUS>
    10. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Thanks Tammy! It is a rather Lovely Creamer one of my Favorites!
    11. D_J, 10 years ago
      I've been searching for hours and found this site extremely helpful. I was house cleaning and took everything out of the cupboards to clean. I decided to check some things out. I own this creamer (although my initial search was blue pitcher) and 6 glasses. I learned here that it was Dugan and not Northwood. The green version shows up a lot, but this is the only place I've seen the blue. Thanks so much for sharing.
    12. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Nice D_J you should Post it on here... Im sure its very Lovely!
      and Thanks everyone for the Feedback!
    13. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Thanks for the Loves Guys! :)
    14. musikchoo musikchoo, 10 years ago
      That,s an Amazing piece of Beautiful Glass work!!!!
    15. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 10 years ago
      Thank you Very much Musikchoo!
    16. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 9 years ago
      Thanks Everyone you've all been very kind :)
    17. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 8 years ago
      Thanks everyone for the continued support!
    18. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 7 years ago
      Thanks Nutsabotas :)
    19. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago
      Wow, that is Superb piece of Glass!!!

      ...and the snow, well have enough here (LOL) it is melting now!!
    20. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 7 years ago
      Thanks Rose! I appreciate the comment! The snow is finally melting here as well, it has been a very cold Winter here in Michigan this year, the 1972 record, I believe was broken for the coldest february ever.

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