(Charles Foster was not included in the legal action.) The Crimmels, who were also employees of the company, claimed shareholders should have been consulted for the move.The attempt to stop the move was unsuccessful, and the restraining order was lifted a short time later.Many beautiful patterns from Fostoria, Fenton Art Glass, Cambridge and others to choose from.The Fostoria Glass Company manufactured pressed, blown and hand-molded glassware and tableware for almost 100 years. Other men in the original management team were William S. To take advantage of Ohio's gas boom, the new company's glass works was built in Fostoria, Ohio.e-mail us for information about your favorite Fostoria Coin Glass Items.As Glass Collectors for many years we have a wide diversity of Elegant Glass items by American manufacturers dating from the Depression Years to the 1970's.Fostoria American Fostoria Coin Glass Fostoria Colony Fenton Depression Glass Cambridge Lincoln Inn Imperial Milk Glass New Martinsville Paden City L E Smith Westmoreland Jeannette Fostoria Heirloom Heisey EAPG Shelley Viking Avon Wade Cups Saucers We have put together this unusually elegant Crystal Coin Glass Wine Decanter Set made from pieces made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia during the 1960's and 1970's.
The factory’s furnace had a capacity of 12 pots, and originally employed 125 workers.
This 8" Tall Fostoria Coin Glass Bud Vase has 3 frosty-ed coins - Date 1887.
Made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia during the years 1961-1966.
Show your representative appreciation of how well they represent the people of your District. Made by the master glass craftsmen of the former Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia during the 1970's. The set consists of 1 - # 1372/453 Crystal Pitcher and 6 - #1372/81 Crystal Tumblers.
A Crystal 3 Piece Water Set etched with the USA House of Representatives emblem and logo. A remarkable 7 Piece Crystal Water Set in the Coin Glass pattern made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia during the 1970's. The company expanded in the 1950s, adding the crystal patterns Century (1950), Rose (1951), Wedding Ring (1953), and Jamestown (1959). Eisenhower through Ronald Reagan ordered glassware from Fostoria. In 1983, Fostoria sold its factory to Lancaster Colony Corporation of Columbus, Ohio.