In 1888, The Northwood Glass Company began production in Ohio. After a very rocky beginning, the company finally settled in Indiana, PA in 1901. From 1903 to 1907 Harry Northwood worked hard to establish his company as a premier producer of glass tableware. 1906 was the first year Northwood started using the N-in-a-circle as a trademark. Between 1908 and 1915 the majority of Northwood’s carnival glass was produced. Harry Northwood died in 1919. The company lacked leadership and struggled until 1925 when it officially closed its doors. This listing is for a set of five tumblers. The Grape Arbor pattern came in thirteen different colors. These tumblers are 4-1/4" tall, 3-1/4" across the top and 2-5/8" across the base. My mother had these in the basement for years.
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