Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Julie Noyas

Low Foot for 14″ Punch Bowl

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Fostoria | American | Low Foot for 14" Punch Bowl

The Fostoria Glass Company produced three different sizes of supports for their American Punch Bowls.  The punch bowl stands that were introduced first were the Low Foot and the High Foot.  They debuted in the original Fostoria American catalog of 1915, and the Low Foot for the 14″ Punch Bowl was continually made until the [...]

Small Punch Bowl

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Fostoria | American | Small Punch Bowl

This particular piece is very interesting.  Why?  Because it officially went by three different names – the Small Punch Bowl, the Footed Fruit Bowl, and the Tom & Jerry Bowl.  It was introduced to the world in 1915, under the name of the 12″ Footed Fruit Bowl.  As years went by, Fostoria Glass eventually listed [...]

Punch Bowl – 18″

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Fostoria | American | Punch Bowl - 18"

The Fostoria American Punch Bowls are exquisite.  This 18″ Punch Bowl was one of the first to be produced, along with its smaller sibling – the 14″ Punch Bowl.  Both bowls were part of the initial line-up of American dishes that were introduced to the public back in 1915.  It goes without saying that both [...]

Spun Punch Bowl

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Fostoria | American | Spun Punch Bowl

Put simply, the Fostoria American Spun Punch Bowl is different.  There were two 14″ punch bowls produced in the American line, and the spun version was made from 1979-1980.  I believe it was an experiment that ended in unsuccessful results for Fostoria Glass; therefore, it was produced in very limited quantities and was never officially presented [...]

Punch Bowl – 14″

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Fostoria | American | Punch Bowl - 14"

The Fostoria American Punch Bowls are exquisite.  This 14″ Punch Bowl was one of the first to be produced, along with its bigger sibling – the 18″ Punch Bowl.  Both bowls were part of the initial line-up of American dishes that were introduced to the public back in 1915.  It goes without saying that both [...]

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