Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Desserts

Ice Cream

– Posted in: Desserts, Plates, Platters & Trays

Description:  Ice Cream (AKA Ice Cream Saucer) (AKA Ice Cream Tray) Item Number:  #P-06 Diameter:  5½″ Production Dates:  1916-1927 … 1932-1944 The Fostoria American Ice Cream dish is known by a couple of different names.  When first introduced, Fostoria described it as the Ice Cream Tray and/or an Ice Cream Saucer.  Later in prodouction years, it was simply […] Read more

Footed Dessert (Hex. Foot)

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This is the Fostoria American Footed Dessert, with a Hexagon Foot.  Out of the several dessert dishes that I talk about, this is the only dessert dish that has a hexagon foot.  There are other pieces in the Fostoria American line; however, that have a hexagon foot – such as the 10 oz. Goblet and 2½ oz. Wine.  The […] Read more

Sundae

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This is the Fostoria American Sundae dish.  Fostoria made several dessert dishes; many were called a “Sherbet” of some type.  The Sundae dish stands alone, and simply by looking at it, one can tell it was appropriately named.  It just looks like a Sundae dish – waiting for a scoop or two of some delicious ice cream! The […] Read more

Flared Low Sherbet

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This is the Fostoria American Flared Low Sherbet dish.  Fostoria made several sherbet dishes, ranging from a flared design to a “regular” design. One can distinguish between the two because the regular variety does not have flared sides, whereas the Flared Sherbet does.  The sherbet dishes also came in different heights, from low foots to high foots. The Flared Low […] Read more

Regular Low Sherbet

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This is the Fostoria American Regular Low Sherbet dish.  Fostoria made several sherbet dishes, ranging from a flared design to a “regular” design. One can distinguish between the two because the flared version has flared sides, whereas the Regular Sherbet does not. The sherbet dishes also came in different heights, from low foots to high foots. […] Read more

Flared High Sherbet

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This is the Fostoria American Flared High Sherbet dish.  Fostoria made several sherbet dishes, ranging from a flared design to a “regular” design. One can distinguish between the two because the regular variety does not have flared sides, whereas the Flared Sherbet does.  The sherbet dishes also came in different heights, from low foots to high foots.  A “flared” Sherbet […] Read more

Regular High Sherbet

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This is the Fostoria American Regular High Sherbet dish.  Fostoria made several sherbet dishes, ranging from a flared design to a “regular” design. One can distinguish between the two because the flared variety has flared sides, whereas the Regular Sherbet does not.  The sherbet dishes also came in different heights, from low foots to high foots. […] Read more

Banana Split

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The Fostoria American Banana Split is a rare dish, indeed.  It was one of the very first pieces introduced in the American line and can be found in their 1915 Catalog Supplement. Fostoria only produced this piece for about a decade, so you won’t find many of them on the open market.  When the Banana Split was first […] Read more

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