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Fostoria Glass Champagne Glass (Extra Large) Etch #250 Oriental, 1920's.

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    Posted 5 years ago

    Goodoody
    (30 items)

    I inadvertantly acquired this glass and was told it was very old (teens or twenties). I was also told it was Fostoria Glass with the Oriental pattern. I've personally never seen anything like it. I know there are some very intelligent glass experts on here and was hoping they might help me identify it. For all I know it could be nothing. The glass is huge for what I will call a champagne glass. It is 7" tall and 6" across the top and 4" across the bottom. It has an etching all the way around it with birds and flowers or branches of some sort. I hope the pictures are clear enough. A pretty cool piece regardless of its identity. Thanks for looking!

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      it's difficult to make out the etch from the photos but I think it is the Oriental etch #250. "R" as a good image of the etch for comparison:
      http://www.replacements.com/webquote/FOSORIE.htm?rplSrc=KX&rplSubEvent=7522708&dvc=c&gclid=CO-f1c33icsCFU07gQodTbsA2w
    2. Goodoody Goodoody, 5 years ago
      That is exactly the pattern, etch #250. Amazing thanks for helping me TallCakes. That glass is a real survivor. I bought a flat of depression glass at an auction and the glass was included in the flat. Didn't think much of it but now I feel really lucky to have it.

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