Wishbone, Northwood

With it's overlapping wishbone shapes, this pattern is easy to spot. Two different sized molds were used to make bowls and plates. The smaller mold, with 8-9 inch ruffled bowls and 9 inch plates, has a scroll footed base and exterior pattern called Ruffles and Rings. The tricorner whimsies were also made from this mold. The collar based bowls, with Northwood's basketweave back, are a bit larger; 9 to 10 inches. The plates made from this mold are considered chop plates as they are 10 inches across. Blue is scarce, or nonexistent, in most shapes in this pattern.

Hartung Book One: Wishbone Bowl
Hartung Book Eight: Ruffles and Rings
Hartung Book Nine: Wishbone Pitcher

Bowls, footed, ruffled or unspecified

Amethyst/purple, 35, 45, 50, 65, 70, 80, 95 (all 2018),
   30, 35, 40, 50, 55, 80, 125 (all 2019),
   25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 60, 85, 125,, 160 (all 2020),
   45, 50, 55, 60, 100 (all 2021)

Amethyst/purple, tricorner, 170 (2018)

Amethyst/purple, electric, 525 (2007), 500 (2008),
   750 (2013)

Aqua opal, 16,000 (2010), 8,000 (2011), 7.000 (2019)

Aqua opal, damaged, 1,100 (2012)

Blue, 170, 250, 325 (all 2015),
   120, 170, 325 (all 2016), 230, 375, 475 (all 2017),
   200, 600 (both 2018), 110, 180 (both 2020)

Blue, electric, 750 (2007), 700 (2009)

Green, 40, 60, 80, 130 (all 2018),
   40, 45, 55, 60, 70 (all 2019),
   35, 40, 45, 65, 70, 75, 140, 170 (all 2020),
   40, 65, 80 (all 2021)

Green, emerald, 1,300 (2008), 700 (2010),
   475 (2012), 250 (2014)

Horehound, 600 (2008), 400 (2010), 400 (2011),
   100 (2015), 95 (2021)

Ice blue, 300, 375, 475, 500 (all 2017),
   220, 250, 300, 325, 750 (all 2018),
   170, 425 (both 2019), 175, 300, 500, 525 (all 2020),
   300 (2021)

Ice green, 550 (2011), 300, 375 (both 2014),
   375, 450 (both 2017), 350 (2018), 475 (2019),
   280, 355, 375 (all 2020), 275, 325 (both 2021)

Lime green, 1,300 (2002), 750 (2003),
   700 (2010), 165 (2013), 375 (2014), 400 (2016),
   325 (2020)

Marigold, 20, 30, 35, 40, 50, 150 (all 2017),
   20, 25, 30, 35 (all 2018),
   20, 25, 30, 35, 160 (all 2019),
   15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 90 (all 2020),
   20, 30, 40, 90, 95 (all 2021)

Olive green, 75 (2010)

Sapphire blue, 625, 3,500 (2008), 900 (2010)

White, 125, 140, 160, 175 (all 2017),
   105, 150, 160, 190, 230 (all 2018),
   85, 130 (both 2019), 65, 70, 150 (all 2020), 80 (2021)

Bowls, collar base, ruffled

Amethyst/purple, 120 (2007), 105 (2009),
   75, 135 (both 2010), 135, 170 (2012), 70 (2013),
   300 (2016), 80 (2019)

Green, 70, 85, 400 (all 2009), 80 (2012),
   60 (2013), 60, 70, 80 (all 2014), 110 (2017), 40 (2019)

Green, emerald or electric, 1,300 (2005)

Marigold, 25 (2017), 60 (2020)

Sapphire blue, 1,600, 2,200 (both 2010)

Bowls, pie crust edge

Amethyst/purple, 65, 75, 120 (all 2014), 45 (2015),
   75, 90, 125, 140, 225 (all 2016), 170 (2017),
   45, 80, 110 (all 2019), 80, 90 (both 2020),
   95, 105 (both 2021)

Blue, 400 (2010), 475, 550 (both 2011),
   900 (2013), 625 (2016), 650 (2018)

Blue, electric, 900, 1,250, 2,900 (all 2009),
   500 (2010), 1,800 (2012), 425 (2019)

Clambroth, 400 (1997)

Green, 95, 125 (both 2016), 25, 95 (both 2017),
   75, 85 (both 2018), 50, 75, 110 (all 2019),
   60, 115 (both 2020), 110 (2021)

Lavender, 500 (2005), 190 (2010), 225 (2012)

Marigold, 55, 65, 85, 115, 130 (all 2015),
   75 (2016), 25, 55 (both 2017), 30, 35, 40 (all 2019),
   35, 40, 45, 65 (both 2020)

Smoke, 250 (2009), 225, 300 (both 2010), 190 (2016),
   450 (2019)

Smoke, green iridescence, 700 (2010)

White, 175, 275 (both 2010),
   125, 145 (both 2011), 190 (2013), 350 (2018),
   60 (2019), 110 (2020), 100 (2021)

Plates, footed, 8-9 inches

Amethyst/purple, 120, 140, 150 (all 2017),
   50, 70, 90, 95, 130 (all 2018),
   50, 100, 125, 300 (all 2019), 85, 110, 120 (all 2020),
   95, 125 (both 2021)

Green, 200, 225 (both 2009), 250 (2010),
   375 (2012), 275 (2015), 135, 275 (both 2016),
   60 (2017), 120 (2018), 280 (2019),
   100, 170 (both 2020), 140 (2021)

Marigold, 350 (2012), 160 (2013), 130, 140 (both 2015),
   120, 140, 450 (all 2017), 90 (2018), 70 (2019),
   105 (2020)

Marigold, spectacular, 825 (2010)

Chop plates, collar base, about 10 inches

Amethyst/purple, 425, 600 (2010), 1,000 (2011),
   410, 525 (both 2014), 345, 375, 575 (all 2017),
   250 (2018), 130 (2019), 225, 575 (both 2020)

Green, 3,000 (1999), 1,000, 2,100 (both 2010),
   375 (2019), 675, 800 (both 2020)

Marigold, 475, 525, 550 (all 2010), 625 (2013),
   375, 775 (both 2015), 425, 900, 2,200 (all 2017),
   95, 100, 125, 275 (all 2018), 900 (2019), 1,300 (2020)

Marigold, pastel, 850 (2010)

Marigold, very dark, 4,000 (2002), 2,600 (2007)

Plates, collar base

Amethyst/purple, 140 (2017)

Green, 170 (2017)

Plates or bowls, footed, tricorner

Amethyst/purple, 145, 350 (both 2010),
   105 (2013), 250 (2014), 125 (2016), 140 (2017),
   130 (2019), 110, 250 (both 2020)

Green, 1,000 (1998)

Marigold, 425, 475 (both 2016),
   200, 350 (both 2017), 500 (2018),
   130, 190, 275 (all 2019), 120 (2020)

Water sets, 7 pieces

Amethyst/purple, 800 (2008), 825 (2018),
   425, 625 (both 2020)

Green, 950 (2008), 1,300 (2010)

Green, 5 pieces, 625 (2017)

Marigold, 950 (2004), 750 (2007), 900 (2010),
   425 (2015), 800 (2016), 950 (2017)

Marigold, 5 pieces, 650 (2017)

Water Pitchers

Amethyst/purple, 775 (2007), 950 (2008),
   1,050 (2010), 675 (2012), 850 (2015),
   360 (2018)

Amethyst/purple, with 1 tumbler, 350, 375 (both 2019), 650 (2020)

Green, 1,300 (2008), 2,000 (2009),
   850 (2010), 575 (2014), 330 (2018)

Marigold, 900 (2001), 475 (2005)

Marigold, with 2 tumblers, listed as Greek Key,
   525 (2016)

Tumblers

Amethyst/purple, 35, 45, 55 (all 2012),
   15, 35, 40, 75, 85 (all 2015),
   15, 25, 30, 75 (all 2019), 20 (2020)

Amethyst/purple, pair. etched names, 225 (2020)

Custard, pearlized, only known, 2,100 (2019)

Green, 45, 55 (both 2014), 135 (2015),
   40 (2016), 30, 70, 90 (all 2017), 70 (2018),
   25, 35 (both 2019)

Marigold, 33, 40 (both 2013),
   20, 45, 50 (both 2015), 20, 35 (both 2016),
   15, 70 (both 2018), 15 (2019), 35 (2020)

Pearlized, one known, 2,100 (1995)



This green Wishbone epergne sold for $1,150 at the 2012 Heart of America Carnival Glass auction. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Updated 3/31/2021

The epergne in Wishbone, like other epergnes, often suffers from damage around the hole where the lily is inserted, or to the base of the lily itself--either of which can reduce the value.

Epergnes, 2 pieces

Amethyst/purple, 200, 225, 275, 375 (all 2015),
   350 (2016), 265, 275 (both 2017), 425, 575 (both 2018),
   200, 225, 300, 550 (all 2019),
   275, 300, 320, 325 (all 2020), 350 (2021)

Green, 575 (2010), 450, 575 (both 2011),
   550, 1,150 (both 2012), 425 (2014), 550 (2015),
   235 (2018), 325, 525 (both 2019), 225 (2020)

Ice blue, 800 (2011)

Ice blue, lily glued into base, 2,000 (2006),
   750 (2016)

Ice green, 6,000 (1995)

Ice green, small chip on base of lily, 950 (2006)

Ice green, lily glued in base, 375 (2020)

Lime green, 1,000 (2011), 1,000 (IG lily, 2016)

Lime green, lily glued in base, 1,300 (2010)

Marigold, 500 (2010), 260, 400 (2011), 275 (2013),
   400 (2014), 275 (2017), 225 (2019)

White, 800 (2004), 750 (2006), 1,000 (2009),
   1,500 (2010), 700 (2014), 350 (2016), 350 (2017)

White, lily glued in base, 200 (2008), 1,050 (2019)

Epergne bases only

Green, 475 (1998)

Ice green, 135 (2019)

Lime green, 175 (1998), 225 (2015), 275 (2016)

Marigold, 85 (1994)

White, 60 (2020)

Epergne lilies only

Green, 80 (2015)

Marigold, 40 (1993)

Purple, 35 (1999), 110 (2018)

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