1912 NORTHWOOD Tumbler- Waterlily and Cattails design in ICE BLUE!
Most Northwood tumblers in the waterlily and cattails design are found in marigold. Any other color is considered rare. Northwood only made pitchers and tumblers in this design. Again, any color other than marigold is considered RARE!
This is a 4" tall by 3" wide Northwood tumbler in ICE BLUE!
Look at how the light makes her glow, look at the milkiness and perfection of the color. she simply glows in the light...people will definitely ask questions when they see her in your home!
Pictures are taken inside and outside for your viewing pleasure. :-)
She has one small nick that I can see. You can see it in the last picture. Other than that she has no flaws whatsoever that I can find!
History of Northwood glass:
Harry Northwood began making glass in England and in 1881 immigrated to the US. In 1902 he opened Northwood Glass in Wheeling, WV. Northwood's earliest production of iridized glass was in 1908 and included their version of Waterlily and Cattails, in 1912, Northwood added the colors we call pastel, ice blue, ice green, and white. Harry Northwood died in 1918 and the factory ceased production in the early 1920s.