This is a three footed or toed bon bon, or candy dish in the Fostoria American style. I do not know if it is Fostoria, or who the maker is, it is unmarked, an auction item. It is clear glass with the tumbling block or American pattern of blocks stacked upon each other. It measures 2.5 inches high and 6.25 inches in diameter or across rim to rim. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness. It would make a great present full of candy bon bons.
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.
This is a very beautiful set of American Fostoria cube design salt and pepper shakers. They have chrome metal lids. I think they are real Fostoria, they have 3 mold lines, but I can't say for sure. The measure 3.5 inches tall and 2 inches across the base. They are in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks and the lids are in nice condition as well. This pattern was made between circa 1912 and 1982.
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.
circa 1950s to 1980s, measures 8.75 inches across the top and 3 inches tall. Features raised coins with liberty bell and patriots.