Northwood Glass Company was founded in 1896, in Indiana, Pennsylvania, by Harry Northwood. They produced many types of carnival glass, opalescent glass and much more.
In 1899, they became part of the National Glass Company. In 1902, he left and created Harry Northwood and Company in Wheeling, West Virginia. In 1908, Northwood started to produce Carnival glass. Designs usually included roses, grapes, peacocks, singing birds, leafs and much more.
Northwood died in 1919 and the company eventually closed down in 1925.
Northwood Glass Marks
Northwood in script
The letter N, underlined and in a circle (1905 – 1915)
Northwood Glass Patterns, Designs
Daisy and Fern
Grape and Cable
Hearts and Flowers
Peacock and Urn
Popular Northwood Glass
Tableware – bowls, butter dishes, creamers, plates, sugar shaker, syrup pitcher, water pitcher
Vases – tree trunk vase
Northwood Glass Value, Price Guide
High $ – Mid $$$