Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Candies

Candy Tray

– Posted in: Candies, Plates, Platters & Trays

Item Number:  #T-07 Length:  7″ Production Dates:  1916-1925 I am thrilled to share what I know about the American Candy Tray, for it is one of those pieces that is not seen all that often.  Unfortunately, the Candy Tray is rarely talked or written about.  Indeed, there are books on the American pattern that don’t even mention […] Read more

Comport and Cover

– Posted in: Candies, Covered Containers

Item Number:  #386 Height:  9” Production Dates:  1924-1982 The Comport and Cover is a beautiful piece of Fostoria American glass.  You might be asking, “What is a Comport?” According to Dictionary.com, it is “a large English glass dish of the 18th century used for holding fruit or candy and having a wide, shallow top supported by heavy stem […] Read more

3-Part Candy Box and Cover

– Posted in: Candies, Covered Containers

Item Number:  #344 Height:  4″ Production Dates:  1937-1944 1947-1970 The 3-Part Candy Box and Cover is one of my favorite pieces in the American line.  The Box and Cover is six-sided, which makes for an unusual and visually appealing candy server. With the Cover attached, the height of the 3-Part Candy Box is approximately 4″, with a width […] Read more

Footed Candy and Cover

– Posted in: Candies, Covered Containers

Item Number:  #347 Height:  7″ Production Dates:  1948-1982 The Fostoria Glass Company produced a few different candy dishes in the American pattern.  This particular dish is the Footed Candy and Cover.  It does have a hexagon foot; therefore, some people refer to it as the Hexagon Footed Candy Dish.  The latter name describes it well, just bear […] Read more

Sugar and Cover (aka Candy Jar and Cover)

– Posted in: Candies, Covered Containers

Item Number:  #676 Height:  6¼” Production Dates:  1915-1982 The Sugar and Cover originally debuted in 1915.  Decades later, Fostoria modified the name to “Sugar and Cover” and/or a “Candy Jar and Cover”.  Many folks refer to this piece as a “Barrel Sugar” – simply because of its appearance.   Whatever name you prefer, this beautiful piece will serve sugar, candy, […] Read more

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