Fostoria American Glassware - Line #2056

Vases

Peach Milk Glass Bud Vase

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The Fostoria Glass Company was very proud of their milk glass, and they made their pieces by hand … just like antique originals.  The American Bud Vases that were produced in milk glass have a soft and mellow look to them.  Peach milk glass specimens are quite beautiful, consisting of fine quality and a porcelain-like finish. […] Read more

Cupped Vase – 10″

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The Fostoria American Cupped Vase is named appropriately, as the top of the vase is “cupped” inward.  The body shape is similar to the extremely rare Bagged Vase; however, what makes them different is the reshaping of their respective necks.  The Cupped Vase was discontinued in the early 1940’s. While it is not the rarest of vases, it’s […] Read more

Flared Vase 7″ | High Foot

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The 7” Flared Vase (High Foot) is a very intriguing piece in the Fostoria American line.  It is large, with a solid base, and glistens from head to toe! This item is unique in that it has dual purposes; hence, it is known by two different names – a Flared Vase, and a High Foot.  If you turn […] Read more

Small Porch Vase

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There were two Porch Vases produced in the American line – a Small Porch Vase and a Large Porch Vase. Both items debuted in the original 1915 catalog, which introduced the American pattern.  The Porch Vases were only produced for about a decade.  They are, indeed, rare finds.  If you are lucky enough to find either size, […] Read more

Swung Vases

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Swung Vases are fascinating, as they were literally swung into shape from various sizes of straight vases.  Heights range from 9″ all the way to 23″-26″. The Swung Vase pictured here is the 20″ size.  Vases vary in height by as much as 2-3 inches.  The height variation applies to all sizes, with the biggest variation found in […] Read more

Large Porch Vase

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There were two Porch Vases produced in the American line – a Small Porch Vase and a Large Porch Vase. Both items debuted in the original 1915 catalog, which introduced the American pattern.  The Porch Vases were only produced for about a decade.  They are, indeed, rare finds.  If you are lucky enough to find either size, […] Read more

Flower Pot and Cover

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The Fostoria American Flower Pot, with a perforated Cover, is a very rare piece. It debuted in the original 1915 catalog that introduced the American line.  The Flower Pot was only produced for a few years, making it one of the rarest pieces in the entire American collection. If you are lucky enough to find one, you […] Read more

Vase – 12 Inch

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Fostoria Glass Company made a wide variety of vases in the American pattern.  All of their vases are quite beautiful – from the small to the large variety.  The 12″ Vase is a tall and gorgeous piece.  It is definitely one of my most heaviest vases – weighing in at six (6) pounds!  When I take it to […] Read more

Sweetpea Vase

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The Fostoria American Sweetpea Vase is just that – sweet.  While most people today spell the word “sweet pea” as two separate words, the Fostoria Glass Company did describe and spell the vase as one word – “Sweetpea”.  With a bowl shape, the sides gradually flow upward and outward.  Instead of a serrated top edge, this vase’s edging is […] Read more

Square Urn – 7½ Inch

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Fostoria made two Square Urns in the American pattern – a 7½” and a 6″ size. The inside top opening of the 7½” Square Urn (at its widest) is roughly 4⅜”.  Please remember, sizes can vary slightly – due to each piece being handmade. The Square Urns are hefty in weight, and have a very sturdy foot (approximately a […] Read more

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