Fostoria Glass: The Elegant And Master-Etchings
by Juanita L. Williams

Fostoria Glass

Hardcover - 238 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (April 5, 2004)
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The Fostoria Value Guide
by Emily Seate, Milbra Long

Value Guide

Paperback - 272 pages; Publisher: Collector Books (August 2003)
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Our Fostoria, The Crystal for America series of books, by Milbra Long and Emily Seate has become the industry standard for Fostoria collectors. Now as the perfect companion, these authors have compiled the ultimate value guide to Fostoria, the first of its kind on the market, the first complete price listing of Fostoria glass. This user-friendly guide to all stemware, tableware, and ornamental glass is designed for both beginning and advanced collectors and dealers. Organized alphabetically, making a quick reference for finding any pattern or shape, the book includes for each pattern production dates, colors made, and all known decorations, in addition to helpful illustrations. The authors have also provided informative text discussing the ever-volatile pricing trends in the glassware trade.

Fostoria Glass: Scarce, Unique, and Whimsies
by Juanita L. Williams

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Hardcover - 256 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (May 1, 2004)
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Fostoria glass always attracts avid collectors of fine glassware and this fanciful collection of scarce, unique, and whimsy Fostoria items is one glass lovers will want to peruse at length. This amazing display is artfully presented in more than 800 color portraits. The variety was chosen for its unique style and contribution to the heritage of genuine handmade Fostoria. Decorative tableware, elusive fruits, figurines, giftware, limited edition items, sample colors, sample etchings, and special order items are infrequently found and are sought by collectors. Also included are Whimsies, fanciful one-of-a-kind art objects made during the factory's off-hours. The text includes a well-researched history of the Fostoria factory and provides a glimpse of their glass designers and factory workers whose contributions have made Fostoria the tableware of choice for nearly one hundred years. This beautiful book will be referred to over and over again. Captions include current market values. 8 1/2" x 11" 800+ color photos Price Guide

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