This black mayonnaise dipping spoon may have been made by Fostoria, or possibly Imperial. We've never seen a black spoon before, but it is shaped like the Fostoria and Imperial spoons. It is shaped to fit your hand, and is very easy to hold. Could be used with any crystal or black pattern. There are 2 views shown in the photo but there is only 1 spoon.
Light blue single candlestick by Fostoria in the discontinued Coin Glass pattern. It stands 4-1/2 inches tall and has a 4 inch base. With the exception of a chip on the base (see photo), it is in otherwise excellent condition. Even with the chip, this pretty ice blue candlestick would still be a nice display piece with the chip turned toward the back.
Fostoria's Brocade etches were only produced for a short time with the Grape Brocade running from 1927 to 1929. Brocade is a very uniquely styled finish and the etch is deeply cut. Needless to say, with the limited production time, pieces are often hard to find. Even harder to find are these beautiful sets with the oval centerpiece or console bowl.
This is a vintage Fostoria black Egyptian Tut style vase made in Moundsville, West Virginia in the 1920s. It measures 8 inches tall and is totally opaque black glass even though some call it amethyst, it is solid black. This is a very heavy thick piece and is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches.
This listing contains a pair of very elusive Fostoria Glass Co. No. 2598 'Rocketship' duo candleholders! These were designed by George Sakier and manufactured only from 1940 to 1943. These large candleholders measure 8" tall, 7" across, and weight almost 5 lbs for the pair. They are in mint condition, with no chips, flakes, cracks, or damage of any kind. Here is a rare pair of candleholders that you may not find again for a long, long time! ... Click for details
The Fostoria #2639 candleholder does not have a pattern name, but I like to call it Ivy for the climbing ivy pattern between the two candle columns. This is a very large double candleholder, measuring 5.5" across and 10" tall! The ivy candleholder was designed by George Sakier and manufactured from 1949 to 1957. This item is in mint condition, with no chips, flakes, cracks, or damage of any kind. An absolutely gorgeous elegant glass item that is sure to highlight your candleholder or elegant gla... Click for details