Beaded Cable, Northwood   Updated 5/7/2014

With many colors available, Beaded Cable has formed the basis of many a rosebowl collection. Most have a plain interior; some a rayed interior which are slightly more desirable. Aqua opal, such as shown above left, is a common color in this pattern. Peach opal, as on the right, always rare in Northwood, is especially rare here, with just two known. This example sold in 1997 for $8,500.
Rosebowls

Amethyst/purple, 50-80

Aqua, 225, 285 (both 2005), 210 (2007)

Aqua opal, 100-170

Blue, 60-100

Blue opal, 350 (2004)

Custard, nutmeg stain, 70 (2002), 40 (2004)

Custard, smooth top, pearlized, 100 (2009)

Green, 40, 140, 145 (all 2011), 18, 50 (both 2012),
   30 (2013), 75, 165 (both 2014)

Horehound, out-of-round top, 45 (2000)

Ice blue, 210 (2012), 225, 250 (both 2013),
   90, 140, 150, 325 (all 2014)

Ice blue opal, 450 (2007)

Ice green, 625 (2003), 650 (2005), 475 (2012)

Ice green opal, 1,450 (1998), 800 (2001),
   450 (2006)

Lavender, 375 (2003), 250 (2006), 55 (2010)

Marigold, 30-50

Marigold on custard, 5,200 (1996), 8,000 (1997)

Olive green, 40 (2010)

Peach opal, 8,500 (1997)

Persian blue opal, cracked, 500 (1996)

Powder blue, 650 (2008)

Powder blue opal, 300 (2010), 500 (2011)

Root beer, 55 (2014)

Sapphire blue, 625 (2003)

Vaseline (ice yellow), 10,000 (2006)

Violet, 60 (2002), 225 (2003), 80 (2008)

White, 70-120

Candy or nut dishes (ruffled or flared)

Amethyst/purple, 30-50

Green, 25-40

Marigold, 10-20

White, 325 (2000)

Here's an unusual shape in Beaded Cable. It's sort of half way between a candy dish and a rosebowl. It sold on eBay in 2005 for $86.