Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Julie Noyas

Individual Creamer

– Posted in: Cream & Sugars
Fostoria | American | Individual Creamer

The Fostoria American Individual Creamer can be found as a separate item, or as part of the 3-Piece Individual Cream and Sugar Set.  The Individual Creamer is a pioneering piece in the American line.  It debuted in the 1915 Catalog Supplement that first introduced the American pattern, and it continuously stayed in production until the very end [...]

Tea Creamer

– Posted in: Cream & Sugars
Fostoria | American | Tea Creamer

The Fostoria American Tea Creamer can be found as a separate item, or as part of the 3-Piece Cream and Sugar Set.  Based on the name and description of this item, its purpose was to be used when serving tea.  Of all the creamers made in the Fostoria American line, the Tea Creamer is the smallest.  It [...]

Low Foot for 18″ Punch Bowl

– Posted in: Punch Bowls
Fostoria | American | Low Foot for 18" Punch Bowl

The Fostoria Glass Company produced three different types of supports for their American Punch Bowls.  The punch bowl stands that were introduced first were the Low Foots.  They debuted in the original Fostoria American catalog of 1915.  The Low Foot for the 18″ Punch Bowl was made from 1915-1980.  Needless to say, it was a [...]

High Foot for 14″ Punch Bowl

– Posted in: Punch Bowls
Fostoria | American | High Foot

Fostoria Glass produced three different sizes of supports for their American punch bowls.  The first one that was introduced was the Low Foot.  The High Foot made its debut in 1917, a couple years later.  If you turn the High Foot over, its function changes.  Depending on how you want to use it, it can [...]

Footed Punch Cup

– Posted in: Drinkware
Fostoria | American | Footed Punch Cup

The Footed Punch Cup was one of the last cups produced in the Fostoria American pattern.  At the time of its introduction, the previous punch and/or custard cups had been discontinued.  Starting in 1971, the Footed Punch Cup was now the one and only punch cup in the entire 2056 line.  Fostoria never described it [...]

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