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If you like collecting tumblers, this would be a rather scarce tumbler, but in a price range that many would be able to buy. It is a marigold Cherry and Cable tumbler made by Northwood. It was probably one of the earlier patterns that Northwood made in carnival glass because the pattern was also used in crystal glass before the carnival era. See MoreSee Less

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Art ChapmanExcellent piece that I would love to have!

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Imperial made some of the prettiest purple carnival glass. This early berry bowl is in the Windmill pattern. Not an expensive piece but has lots of nice iridescence. See MoreSee Less

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Anna Stewart SpragueLove Imperial glass!!! This piece is so gorgeous!

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David ObermanI always confuse the Windmill pattern with the Homestead pattern!

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Jennie YoungThat is beautiful.

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Sandy SageLove it. What do you think, Dolores?

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Dolores Sagebeautiful.

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Just for the birds are these two carnival glass Peacocks pieces – an ice green plate and a pastel aqua opal bowl. These were made by the Northwood Glass Company probably in the teens of last century. See MoreSee Less

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Anna Stewart SpragueWow!

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Art ChapmanThese are gorgeous pieces and would look great in my cabinet!

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Veronica Matchmy sister gave me a bowl (same as on the left) but with only peacock feathers on it – not the peacock) – I gave it to her granddaughter a couple of years ago as it belonged to my sister’s husband’s mother & not my family. I was told that bowl was in a magazine and appraised at $700 – any truth to that do you know ????

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International Carnival Glass AssociationVeronica, it would be hard for me to tell you about the value of that bowl without seeing a photo. There are so many things that affect value – pattern, color, shaping, and condition, and probably other things.

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