|These Northwood patterns only come in two-handled bon-bons.|
|Basket of Roses - Northwood|
|Often confused with Fenton's Wreath of Roses, this is the rare one. You can confirm by checking the back pattern as this one has Northwood's basketweave. Shown are the more common stippled version on the left, and the rarer unstippled (shown from the opposite side, so the pattern appears slightly different). Only found in two colors, purple is found more often than marigold.|
|Butterfly - Northwood|
|Northwood's bonbon has a single butterfly with stippled rays radiating from the center. Most of these have a plain back, but a few have fine rings circling the back as shown on the right and are referred to as "threaded."
These can be found in amethyst, green, marigold, violet and smoke. Threaded versions have also been found in blue and ice blue.
|Lotus Land - Northwood|
|The Lotus Land pattern is very rare and found only on bonbons. There is only one known marigold and several amethyst examples known.|