Fostoria American Dripcut Syrup

Dripcut Syrup

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Item Number:  704
Approximate Size:  4¾” H – 6½ oz.
Production Dates:  1957-1982

The Dripcut Syrup was a very popular item in the American line, and still is.  Fostoria Glass made the base for the syrup; however, the top was made by the Dripcut Company of Los Angeles, California.  The top dispenser is specifically designed to pour syrup quickly and as neatly as possible.  With just one hand, one can release the top lever and pour syrup.  The Dripcut Syrup – with its quick release lever – helps prevent a sticky mess from getting on your fingers and the table.

Other more fancy Syrups can be found in the American line; however, if you are seeking one that you can use on a more frequent basis, the Dripcut Syrup is a great choice.  The original tops were made out of metal, with a chrome plating.  You can still find the Dripcut tops today, and most will fit the original Fostoria syrup bottom.  The newer tops are usually made out of plastic, with a chrome finish.

If you are an avid breakfast lover that loves to serve pancakes and waffles, this beautiful Dripcut Syrup is a must-have.  If you are interested in learning more about current availability and pricing, please click the following sponsored link for available Syrups on eBay.

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