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This lovely large green opalescent glass bowl was made by the Northwood Glass Company in the Meander pattern. This fancy bowl features a deep crimped, opalescent ruffled rim, measures 9” across and stands 3.5 inches tall on three spatula feet. This pattern was first produced by the Jefferson Glass Company at the turn of the century, then Northwood in the early 1900’s. Later still, the molds and pattern were sold to the Fenton Glass Company, who made the same bowls in iridescent or carnival glass. The bowl is listed in Edwards Standard Encyclopedia of Opalescent Glass Second Edition.