Northwood made Chinese Coral, a red heat sensitive glass whose color was hard to control in the early 1920's. This is the pedestalled 7" bowl standing 4" high. It is an opaque reddish/orange milk glass and is in mint condition.
Northwood Cranberry Coin Spot Pitcher is also called a "Half-Gallon Pitcher" produced between 1897 and 1900. It might be interesting to note that back in the late 1800's, a set, with the pitcher and 6 glasses, sold for $1.00 -- the whole set!! This pitcher is topped with the "star crimp." It is in excellent condition.