Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Julie Noyas

Voluspa Textured Glass Candles

– Posted in: This ‘n That

I have always enjoyed treasure hunting, especially for items that I could use in combination with my Fostoria American pieces.  Sometimes the items I purchase will have a cube pattern; other times they will not.  I usually don’t have a plan of what to buy when shopping.  I relax in the fact that if I […] Read more

2-Light Candelabra, 16 U.D.P.

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  2-Light Candelabra, 16 U.D.P. Item Number:  #C-03 Height:  6½” Production Dates:  1936-1942 The Fostoria Glass Company produced an array of beautiful candelabra, candlesticks, and candle lamps in a variety of patterns and colors.  They made candlesticks for dresser and perfume sets, as well as candlesticks for formal and informal table settings.  All of these items are beautiful in […] Read more

Duo Candlestick

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Duo Candlestick Item Number:  #332 Height:  6½” Production Dates:  1936-1958 The Duo Candlestick is one of the finest examples of craftsmanship in the entire Fostoria American line.  From the curved arms to the cubed base, it is a magnificent beauty. While the Duo Candlestick is approximately 6½” tall, the arms have a wide 8¼” spread.  The base looks […] Read more

Chamber Candleholder

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Chamber Candleholder Item Number:  #311 Height:  2″ Production Dates:  1980-1982 Fostoria Glass described and spelled this item, in part, as a “Candleholder” – all one word.  Hence, when I refer to their Chamber Candleholder, I will spell it the same way.  I try and remain loyal and true to the original intent and spelling […] Read more

Twin Candlestick

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Twin Candlestick Item Number:  #331 Height:  4⅜” Production Dates:  1937-1982 The Twin Candlestick is rather unique.  Unlike the majority of American single candlesticks, this candle holder holds two candles.  It is a candle holder with two branches or arms, of the same height and width.  There are only a couple other candlesticks in the […] Read more

Candlestick 3″

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Item Number:  #314 Height:  3″ Production Dates:  1936-1982 Out of all the candlesticks produced in the American pattern, this popular 3″ Candlestick is still one of the easiest to find today.  The diameter of the base is approximately 4½”, so it is wider than it is tall.  With a substantial base, it sits very securely […] Read more

Candlestick 7″

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Candlestick (AKA Square Step) Item Number:  #C-02 Height:  7″ Production Dates:  1924-1944 When the first Candle in the American line was nearing the end of its production life, Fostoria Glass introduced this 7″ Candlestick.  It is the second candlestick to be introduced in the American pattern – circa 1924.  It is also known as […] Read more


– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Candle (AKA Eiffel Tower) Item Number:  #C-01 Height:  7¼” Production Dates:  1916-1925 When it comes to candlesticks, this one is the reigning monarch.  It deserves this recognition simply because it was the first candlestick ever produced in the American line.  Being the first-born, this item was simply named “Candle”.  No further description was necessary […] Read more

Candlestick 6″

– Posted in: Candle Holders & Lighting

Description:  Candlestick Item Number:  #319 Height:  6″ Production Dates:  1933-1982 Some of my most favorite items in the American pattern are the candlesticks.  Fostoria did not offer just one design; they offered several.  By having a choice of sizes and shapes, a hostess can find the perfect one for just about any occasion – whether […] Read more

Coaster (16 Rays)

– Posted in: Coasters

Description:  Coaster (16 Rays) Item Number:  #377 Diameter:  3¾” Production Dates:  1980-1982 Out of all the Fostoria American Coasters, this stunning 16-rayed version is the hardest one to find.  It is easy to understand why, for they were only produced from 1980-1982.  With a short production run, and also being prone to breakage during and after the manufacturing process, […] Read more

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