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Fostoria - Glassware

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Fostoria was a well-known United States glass manufacturer. I carry several different colors of the Cabaret pattern glassware developed for the Franciscan Pottery Company to complement their dinnerware. I also offer a variety of pieces of Fostoria American. The company lasted nearly a hundred years, beginning in 1887 and ending in 1986. I have pieces from over twenty patterns.


Acanthus

Fostoria Acanthus is an etched pattern. It was produced in several colors. The pattern was produced from 1930 to 1932.

Fostoria Acanthus Amber Relish Dish 2-Part

American

Fostoria's American is probably the most popular or most recognized patterns. It came in a variety of colors. Items included not only glassware but dinnerware and decorative pieces as well. It has a distinctive diamond-shaped pattern in the glass and was produced from 1915 to 1982.

Jeannette Glass Company Cube Cream and Sugar Set

Baroque

Fostoria began producing Baroque in 1937 and continued until 1958. Pieces were manufactured in a variety of colors including crystal, amber, topaz and blue.

Fostoria Baroque Single Candlestick

Cabaret Amber

Franciscan potteries had Fostoria make the Cabaret patterns to complement their various dinnerware patterns. The amber Cabaret goes well with Apple, October, and Bountiful as well as other patterns.

Fostoria Cabaret Amber Water Goblet

Cabaret Cornsilk

Franciscan potteries had Fostoria make the Cabaret patterns to complement their various dinnerware patterns. Cornsilk, which is a golden yellow, matches well with several Francicsan patterns.

Fostoria Cabaret Cornsilk Iced Tea

Cabaret Green

Franciscan potteries had Fostoria make the Cabaret patterns to complement their various dinnerware patterns. Cabaret Green goes well with several Francicsan patterns. Fresh Fruit, Hacienda Green and Forget-Me-Not are a few that match well.

Franciscan Franciscan Cabaret Glassware Franciscan

Cabaret Persimmon

The Cabaret Persimmon glassware by Fostoria was made to go with several Franciscan Pottery patterns. Try it out with October, Gingersnap or Toffee. It is definitely not delicate but very heavy.

Fostoria Cabaret Persimmon Wine Goblet

Cabaret Pink

The Franciscan (Fostoria) pink Cabaret pattern is an excellent match for the Franciscan Desert Rose dinnerware.

Fostoria Cabaret Pink Iced Tea Goblet

Celestial

Fostoria produced Celestial in 1985. The colors were crystal, blue and Sun Gold with an iridescent finish. This was a special giftware line not a dinnerware pattern.

Fostoria Celestial Iridescent Large Bowl

Century

Fostoria produced the Century pattern from 1950 to 1982. It is a heavy pressed glass.

Fostoria Century 2-Part Relish Dish

Coin Glass

Fostoria produced coin glass in many different colors. It also produced pieces for Avon.

Fostoria Coin Glass Clear Bowl

Colony

Fostoria produced the Colony pattern from the 1930s to 1983. The most common color was crystal although pieces can be found in red, emerald green and amethyst.

Fostoria Colony Cream and Sugar Set

Fairfax

Fostoria Fairfax came in a variety of colors including, Topaz (yellow), Azure (blue), pink and amber. The shape formed the basis for many of Fostoria's etched patterns. The pattern was produced from 1927 to 1943. See Stem #5298 for matching glassware.

Fostoria Fairfax Topaz Grill Plate

Flame

Fostoria produced Flame from 1936 to 1944. The candlesticks came in a variety of shapes and sizes as well as color.

Fostoria Flame Small Single Candlestick

Florentine

Fostoria Florentine came in Topaz and Clear. It was produced from 1933 to 1943. The design has urns and flowers.

Fostoria Florentine Water Goblet

Large Cloverleaf

Fostoria Large Cloverleaf is an etched glass pattern.

Fostoria Large Cloverleaf Tall Sherbet

Lido

Fostoria Lido came in clear (crystal) and blue. It was produced from 1937 to 1954 and features an etch of very stylistic palm trees.

Fostoria Lido Tall Sherbet

Navarre

Fostoria produced the Navarre floral etch from 1924 to 1986.

Fostoria Navarre Pair of Single Baroque Candlesticks

Sorrento

Fostoria's Sorrento glassware is solid colored and relatively heavy. It has the look of raindrops cascading down the sides of the glass.

Fostoria Sorrento Blue Wine Glass

Stem #5298

Fostoria Stem #5298 is an optic panelled glass. It can be found in a variety of colors and was used as the base for the Acanthus and Fairfax patterns.

Fostoria Stem #5298 Topaz Footed Tumbler

Sunray

The Fostoria Sunray pattern came in a variety of colors and pieces. It was a popular depression glass pattern.


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