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Fostoria Glass21 of 146Fostoria Etched Green Glass Grape Brocade 13" Round Footed Centerpiece Bowl/Tray Fostoria #1372/499 coin glass, handled nappy
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    Posted 3 years ago

    kwqd
    (835 items)

    This toothpick holder measures 3.25" high and 2.25" in diameter. I think that I have mentioned before that I am not a fan of Fostoria coin glass but it is such high quality glass and for $.99, I couldn't leave it to an uncertain fate. No one has posted one of these on CW.

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    1. kwqd kwqd, 3 years ago
      Thanks for your comment, foseatme! It is well made, high quality glass, so I can overlook the "coins", and maybe they WILL grow on me!
    2. kwqd kwqd, 3 years ago
      Thanks for loving my Fostoria coin glass toothpick!

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    3. kwqd kwqd, 3 years ago
      @Brunswick - Hi Thomas. It is a small world, indeed. My family in Clarke packed up with a large number of families in 1838 and they moved as a group to Desoto Parish, LA. My Alabama cousin (a great # something uncle, actually) moved to Ohio about 1806 with a couple of his brothers and then married a Robinson gal and he left all of his family behind and moved with the Robinsons to the Mississippi Territory from which Clarke County was created. They fought on opposite sides during the Civil War, War of Northern Aggression, etc.

      Thanks for loving the toothpick holder!

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