Versailles is a beautiful scroll and fan etch that was produced by Fostoria from 1928 to 1944. A majority of the tableware pieces will be found on the #2375 Fairfax blank, such as these salad plates.
In the topaz yellow color, the plates measure approximately 7 1/2" in diameter and are in excellent condition. No chips, nicks or cracks are noted and there is only some VERY minimal signs of usage. ... Click for details
8" center-handled tidbit tray by Fostoria in the Heritage pattern. Made from 1979 to 1982, this piece is in excellent condition and still has the Fostoria label (showing 24% lead crystal) attached. The gold handle is also in excellent condition.
This set of water goblets was manufactured by Fostoria. The pattern is called "Minuet" and was only produced from 1950-1959. Each goblet measures 5.5" tall. All 6 are in excellent condition. The price is for the set.
This is for a matching set of 2 Fostoria Glass Company carnival, iridescent glass candle holders. They are ribbed and burgundy or wine, to amber to clear in color. They measure 5.5 inches across and are in excellent condition. There is very little, if any, wear to the sheen. They look unused, but are being sold as used.
Fostoria's #327 etch, Navarre, is probably their most well~known and collected etched pattern. It was produced for an amazing 46 years, from 1936 to 1982.
Today I am pleased to be offering a set of 4 of the 9 1/2" dinner plates on the #2440 blank. All of the pieces are free of nicks, chips or cracks, however, there is some minor scratching, primarily on the inner surface of each...not too bad considering some I've see... Click for details