|Grape and Cable Water Sets and Whiskey Sets, Northwood|
|Grape and Cable water sets are found in two styles, one with the taller pitcher called a tankard, and one with the regular sized pitcher referred to as table size. The tankard style came with tumblers that are a bit taller (above left). Some of the tankard-style tumblers have a flared rim as shown in the photo of the water set. Regular tumblers are 4 inches tall while the tankard-style are about ¼ inch taller. Regular style tumblers may also be stippled. Tankard water sets are much more difficult to find. Rare king-size tumblers are 4 3/8 inches tall. Modifications to the tumbler mold were made as production of them occurred. This means that some tumblers have extra grapes, tentrils or leaves.
The table-sized pitcher above is ice green.
At the left is a whimsey, in green, from a tumbler. This one is unusual in that it is much more widely flared than most ruffled hats.
|Water sets. 7 piece, table style:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Marigold|
|Water sets, 7 piece, tankard style:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Marigold|
|Pitchers, table style:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Ice Green, Marigold, Smoke|
|Pitchers, tankard style:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Ice Green, Marigold|
|Tumblers, regular:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Horehound, Ice Green, Lavender, Marigold, Smoke|
|Tumblers, regular, stippled:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Marigold|
|Tumblers, for tankard:||Amethyst/Purple, Green, Lavender, Marigold|
|Hats, made from tumblers:||Amethyst/Purple, Custard/Nutmeg, Green, Horehound, Marigold|
|Whiskey sets and shot glasses are very scarce. A typical set will have the decanter, stopper and six shot glasses. The shot glasses are shaped like a tumbler but are only 2 3/4 inches tall. Pound for pound, shot glasses are some of the most expensive items in Carnival. Whiskey sets are available in Marigold and Amethyst.|
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