|Stippled Rays - Northwood|
|Typically found in the pie crust edge version of the bowl on the left but these large 9 to 10 inch bowls may also be ruffled or rarely in a rosebowl shape. Also found in very rare small ruffled berry bowls. While the stippled rays start in the center of the bowls, they do not reach the outer edge. This leaves an unpatterned ring around the outer edge of the pieces. Stippled Rays is also found on the interiors of some Greek Key and Scales bowls.
Northwood's version of Stippled Rays is easy to spot as virtually all examples have the Northwood mark on a center button. They may have a basketweave back or a plain back.
Colors include amethyst, green and marigold. A rare blue, ice blue or white piece may also be found.
|Stippled Daisy - Northwood|
|Not often seen, these ruffled bowls are found in marigold, green, and amethyst. The interior is plain except for a stippled daisy-type design in the center with the Northwood mark on a center button. The pattern on the exterior is a spray of poppies. They measure about 7 1/2 inches across. The pattern was one of the first that Northwood applied the iridescent treatment to (about 1909).|
|Stippled Mum - Northwood|
|Stippled Mums is similar to Stippled Daisy in that there is a center stippled ray form that looks like a mum or a daisy, but on Stippled Mums, the center flower is surrounded by smooth rays that go out to the outer edge. These ruffled bowls are found in marigold, green, and amethyst. The Northwood mark is on a center button. The pattern on the exterior is plain. They measure about 8 1/2 inches across. Again, this pattern was one of the first that Northwood applied the iridescent treatment to (about 1909).|