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How to Identify Fostoria American | Our Pastimes China, Vintage, Cooking, Desserts, Fostoria Glassware, Fostoria Glass, Fostoria American, Antique Collection, Fostoria Crystal

The Fostoria Glass Co. produced the American pattern from 1915 until 1986. Its raised pyramid design is the most commercially successful pattern ever produced, according to Ann Kerr, author of "Fostoria: Identification and Value Guide of Pressed, Blown, and Hand Molded Pieces." The pattern's popularity ...

Lauri Archambault
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Crystal collectors interested in Fostoria crystal patterns will find that there are many look-alikes and knock-off pieces on the market. However, none of these impostors are worth as much as authentic Fostoria pieces. Learning how to identify genuine Fostoria crystal patterns will help you to choose authentic pieces. ...

Lisa Freiberg
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In our work as move managers, we see some vintage items that are extra cool because they have a quality and charm that has stood the test of time. To honor those vintage standouts, we introduce our Hall of Fame. The Fostoria Glass Company was founded in West Virginia in the late 1800s. Producers of elegant glass, they made both pressed and blown glassware until the company shuttered it's doors in 1983. Although the company produced lots of patterns, many of which are still collected because…

Cindy Bay