Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Dinnerware Accessories

Tomato Juice Liner

– Posted in: Dinnerware Accessories Fostoria | American | Tomato Juice Liner

The Fostoria Glass Company produced three different types of Liners that could be used with the 2056 Ice Dish – the Fruit Cocktail Liner, the Crab Meat Liner, and the Tomato Juice Liner.  These inserts (unlike the actual Ice Dish) are “blown” glassware; therefore, they are lighter, thinner, and more fragile than the pressed American [...]

Fruit Cocktail Liner

– Posted in: Dinnerware Accessories Fostoria | American | Fruit Cocktail Liner

The Fostoria Glass Company produced three different types of Liners that could be used with the 2056 Ice Dish – the Fruit Cocktail Liner, the Crab Meat Liner, and the Tomato Juice Liner.  These inserts (unlike the actual Ice Dish) are “blown” glassware; therefore, they are lighter, thinner, and more fragile than the pressed American [...]

Ice Dish

– Posted in: Dinnerware Accessories Fostoria | American | Ice Dish

The Fostoria American Ice Dish is a fascinating piece of glass.  Eating habits have certainly changed since this dish made its debut in 1940; hence, a lot of people today don’t even know what it is.  The Ice Dish is considered a dinner accessory piece and is truly the ultimate serving dish!  It will keep a [...]

Handled Sugar and Cover

– Posted in: Cream & Sugars Fostoria | American | Handled Sugar and Cover

The Handled Sugar and Cover is the only sugar server in the American pattern that was both handled and covered.  It was introduced into the 2056 line in the mid-1920’s and remained a popular item for many years.  The Handled Sugar and Cover is larger than the Tea and Individual Sugars, making it the perfect sugar [...]

Individual Sugar

– Posted in: Cream & Sugars Fostoria | American | Individual Sugar

The Fostoria American Individual Sugar can be found as a separate item, or as part of the 3-Piece Individual Cream and Sugar Set.  The Individual Sugar is a pioneering piece in the American line.  It debuted in the 1915 Catalog Supplement that first introduced the American pattern, and continuously stayed in production until the very end – [...]

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