Fostoria American 2-Part Vegetable Dish

2-Part Vegetable Dish

Serveware

Item Number:  #837
Approximate Size:  10″ L – 7″ W – 2⅛” H
Production Dates:  1940-1974

The 2-Part Vegetable Dish is another useful item in the American pattern.  It is very similar to the Oval Vegetable Dish, with one noticeable difference – the center divider.  It’s size is perfect, and it’s oval design makes it easy to pass around the table.

This vegetable dish is often confused with the American Whitehall 2-Part Oval Relish Dish.  Any easy way to distinguish between the two is to look at the bottom of each piece.  The Fostoria American 2-Part Vegetable Dish has twenty-four rays, whereas the look-alike bowl (produced by Indiana Glass Company) has twenty rays in their bottom design.  Also worth noting is that the Whitehall piece was produced in Crystal, Evergreen, and a Peach color.  If you should find this piece in any of those colors, with 20 rays in the bottom center design, then you definitely know it is not Fostoria American.

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