Northwood Grape & Cable Antique Carnival Glass Covered Sugar Jar~electric Purple For Sale
THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY AND WELCOME TO MY sale! I ESPECIALLY WANT TO THANK THE REPEAT BUYERS. I GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS, LOYALTY AND COMMUNICATION OVER THE YEARS!IT IS MY HOPE THAT YOU ALWAYS ENJOY THE ON-LINE sale EXPERIENCE AND CONTINUE TO COME BACK OFTEN. MY sales ARE ALWAYS sales, HAVE BEEN FOR YEARS, THE WAY sales SHOULD BE. SOPLEASE ENJOY AND HAVEFUN WITH THEM!
This is anAntiqueNorthwood GRAPE AND CABLECovered Sugar Jar made in theearly1900's.The Base Glass color ishighly sought after PURPLE.It is a tremendousspecimen...FAR above average in iridescent splendor! Strong Electric featuresthroughout theexterior all the way around...inside toogiving it absolutely vibrantTOP SHELF visual qualities.The lid exhibits Radium type iridescence, Rich Gold and Silver with Brilliant Purple and Red highlightsaround theoutside edge. This Gemshimmers in natural light!The combination of theelegant pattern/shape and the outstanding ELECTRICiridescencemake it so verypleasing to view on display.The kind of piece that attracts attention to itself and all the pieces around it! This is one of those patterns where youcan own many pieces, they all be superb and yetall look completely different. Here is a gorgeous ELECTRIC PURPLEspecimen!If you have been searching for an Eye a good look and give this oneserious consideration.The photographs show the piece well...please look them over and enjoy.Dark areas in the photographs are absolutely shadows only.The visual presentation isabsolutelyimpressive in everyaspect as the photos show.This one ismarked on the interior bottom. Not all of them were, but this one was.Antique Northwood at its VERY Finest!It isevery bit as gorgeousas the photos show. My photos are taken outside in natural indirect sunlight. Inever use a flash or props. I never enhance photos, never have, never will. I aim to show you the best iridescent color the piece offers. If the piece looks awesome in the photos...that is because...it is! What you see is what you will get!
The piece is6 1/2 inches tall including the lid.4 3/4 inches wide at the widest
BASE GLASS COLOR:
There are NOCHIPS, CRACKS or REPAIRSon thisAbsolutely GorgeousElectric NorthwoodCovered Sugar Jar.An Exquisite piece of Antique Glass!THE BASE:The mold seams are barely there to the touch...nice and smooth.I can make out justvery lightshelf wear on the bottom of the base...common for this antique glassand nothing uncommon on this piece at all.The piece sits flat andlevel on a flat surface. THE INTERIOR:I can't make out anywear on the interiorsurface of this beauty and its clean.On the very interior edge of the lid there are some tiny, surfacepen head sized flecks where glass has met glass over the last 100 years. Photo 12 shows the edge of the lid and as you can clearly see...it is in SUPERB condition overall.Photo 6 shows the rim of the jar...again...you canclearly see there has been practically no wear where glass has been glass over the last century.FAR above average for these. THE EXTERIOR:I can make out some tiny pin-head sizedflecks of wearon the thumbprints around the outside edge and on some of the high points of the pattern details...very common for this shape and pattern and absolutely nothing uncommon on this beauty whatsoever. You must look closely to see it. Clearly...the photos show how gorgeous the display surface is...condition and color.FAR above average. Striking Electriciridescent features all the way around the piece top to bottom making it awesome ondisplay. THE EDGE: The Edge Treatment on the piece is quitewell done.The piece sits perfectly upright.If there is anything to mention on this piece, the lid doesn't sit perfectly flat on the jar...it is slightly out of round making it barely rock. The lid sits perfectly even...but it will giggle if manipulated...again...nothing uncommon in this old glass whatsoever and completely insignificant in my opinion on a Gorgeous piece. The teeth around the top edge has were all well formed and all of them have been accounted for...nicely flared treatment too.Obviously the piece has been very well maintained through thelast 100 years.An absolutely fabulouspiece of antique Northwood andanclassic and classypiece of this century old glass.
That is all I can find on thisStunning Antique NorthwoodCovered Sugar Jar.An outstandingexampleof thiselegant and highly glass color.Apiece that certainly makes astatement on display in terms of its sheer Electriciridescence.It is aDeluxeexample that gets noticed...PURE EYE CANDY.Certainly it is a purepleasure to look at...thevisual characteristicsmakes this one stand out.It would absolutely enhance any display. They seldom are presented for sale with iridescence this fabulous.If you appreciate Vibrant ELECTRICiridescence over Purple BaseGlass,and who doesn't...you willlove thisexample and others will too.Its animpressivepieceof glass that will add exquisitevisual splendor andinterestto your display as well asdollarvalue.It is everybit as gorgeousas it looks...a fine, fineexample!
I have been selling antiques on a long time. You may note that mysale format is very plain...I fully intendit to be that way, no glitz and glamour. I am an antique enthusiast and collector of old glass and pottery...I find it completelyfascinating. I'm selling fine antiques...not me. The historical pieces I sell are part of our history, as a country, and made right here in the good ole' USA unless I state otherwise. They represent a time when America made things, great things...before it was popular to sell this country out! Imagine...made in the USA...what a concept! They areawesome all by themselves...no glitz and glamour isneeded to promote them...the photographs say it all! Please enjoy the many photos and detailed descriptions...in my opinion...nothing else needs to be done or said. You will find my descriptions much more detailed than you will get at any public sale...guaranteed! I do my best to point out damage or wear issues with the pieces I offer.I'm not perfect...but I am honest. True antique glass always has some manufacturing marks. It was made a century ago and mass produced...cheaply...well before quality was an idea. Well before Cell Phones, Computers or any technology at all. It is hard for people to comprehend that today, but it is fact. People still went to the corner drug store to use the phone! Imagine! The working conditions were unbearable by today's standards, yet the hard working American's of this era produced some of the most amazing items ever made. Manufacturing marks within the glass are part of the charm of this period in time. If there is a manufacturing mark that is out of the ordinary...such as excessive, contained,bubbles throughoutthe glass or a manufacturing heat check...I will mention it. Normal manufacturing marks such as straw marks, stretch marks, enclosed bubbles, light tool marks, though, will not be mentioned and should certainly be anticipated. Look over the many photos provided. Please educate yourself about the items you are buying and ask questions while the sale is in progress. If typical manufacturing marks bother you...please ask questions up front! I will readily answer questions as diligently as I can.
It is always a great idea to educate yourself about the antiques you are interested in purchasing before you buy from me or anyone else. I highly encourage it.It will further your appreciation and hone your interest. For Carnival Glass....I highly recommend David Doty's Carnival Glass Website. I also find his Field Guides extremely helpful if you can find them, there are several. They are the best guide to learning patterns, especially the 2000 updated version. Even used...they are well worth the money. I also recommend Edwards and Carwile's Carnival Glass Encyclopedia...there are several editions published. They cover the widest array of patterns of any guide I have seen and the text is excellent. The Mordini sale Price guide is also extremely useful. There are other very worthy materials out there that will help you learn and grow, as well as numerous clubs and organizations.
I ship USPS Priority exclusively and I usually ship only on Saturdays and Mondays. I use premium ONE INCH bubble wrap (not the cheap 1/4 inch) and foam peanuts to package the pieces exclusively. I take great pride in packaging these wonderful pieces of history VERY well...like they deserve to be packaged and I like them packaged for me. I do apply a small handling fee to the Shipping Cost. I greatly apologize, but Shipping supplies are NOT cheap. Running sales doesn't mean I make money. I never know how an item will sell. I can't afford to take losses on items (which happens) AND pay for Shipping Materials. In order to maintain the sale format that many of you have told me repeatedly that you greatly appreciate...I must make sure Shipping Supplies are covered. SHIPPING INSURANCE IS INCLUDED IN THIS FEEin the unlikely event it is damaged in transit. My goal, however, is to NEVER have a damaged piece of glass...EVER! My response comments prove my diligence in that regard.
YOU BET! I always combine shipping costs on multiple purchases whenever I feel I can do so safely with no possible harm to the pieces!!! I also discount shipping for repeat buyers whenever I can, significantly if possible, up to and including Free Shipping. Running sales do not always allow me to do that...sometimes I lose money and can't...but if I can...for repeat buyers I certainly will! I don't advertise it...I just do it when I send the invoice. It is my way of saying THANK YOU!
All purchases are considered final. I run 7 to 10 day sales with plenty of photos, text and lots of time for questions if needed. I will accept returns if I have obviously misrepresented an item and I agree that I have. I will refund the original Purchase Price and the original Shipping Cost only.
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