Fostoria | American | Baby Tumbler

Baby Tumbler


Item Number:  #141
Height:  3″
Production Dates:  1957-1958

Out of the hundreds of items that were produced in the American pattern, there are just a handful of pieces that were made specifically for toddlers.  The Baby Tumbler is one of those few and special treasures.  It was introduced in 1957; however, it was only produced for a year or two.  Due to its short life, the Baby Tumbler is more rare than most other American pieces.

The Baby Tumbler is approximately 3″ in height.  With a flared and wide rim at the top, and a small cubed-design engulfing the other two-thirds of the tumbler, it is really quite exquisite.  While the tumbler was initially designed for a toddler or young child, it could easily be used today by the young and old alike.  It would look stunning on a drink station or vintage bar, and would easily work with your other shot glasses or barware.

Fostoria | American | Toddler Set

Toddler Set

When the Baby Tumbler made its debut in 1957, it was marketed as part of a Toddler Set.  The set was gift packaged, ensuring a beautiful gift presentation.  The Toddler Set also included a Baby Bowl, and would certainly have made for a unique and refined baby shower gift.

Years later Fostoria produced another set designed for children – the Youth Gift Set.  This latter set consisted of three items – a Bowl, a Handled Mug (Tom & Jerry), and a 6″ Plate.

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