FOSTORIA SHORT PEDESTAL CANDY DISH & 2 CANDLE HOLDERS
AMERICAN FOSTORIA SHORT PEDESTAL COVERED CANDY DISH & TWO CANDLE HOLDERSCANDY DISH: 7" TALL BY 4 1/2" WIDE, PEDESTAL BASE IS 3 1/4" ACROSS CANDLE HOLDERS: 8 1/2" WIDE BY 4 3/4" TALL, BASE IS 4 1/2" ACROSS BOTH PIECES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION-- the candy dish has a small manufactuer's mold imperfection on the outside edge of the base, NOT a crack or chip; one candle holder is MINT, but the other candle holder has a quarter inch chip on the outside edge of one of the top pieces that holds the candle. VERY HEAVY GLASS AND BRILLIANT CRYSTAL CLEAR! Fostoria originally began producing high quality glass in the late 1800s and operated in Moundsville, West Virginia for many years. In the 1980s, Fostoria was purchased by Lancaster Colony Glass Co. and operated in Ohio for several years. It is no longer made and becomes harder to find and is more valuable every day!!! Don't miss out on this opportunity to add to your collection!!! The American pattern was designed by Philip Ebeling and patented in 1915. This was one of Fostoria's most popular selling patterns for years. Each piece is described as having a heavy pressed glassline featuring a prismatic cube design that rests atop a multi-faceted, smooth stem and base. The light radiates from these prisms. Terms : PayPal preferred; money orders or personal checks accepted. International bidders are welcome but Payment is due within 7 days of auction's end. Shipping will be by USPS parcel post; shipping on this item will be $14.00 within the continental U.S. which INCLUDES delivery confirmation. If you live elsew, please confirm shipping charges with me PRIOR to bidding! INSURANCE IS OPTIONAL BUT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! THANKS MUCH FOR LOOKING and PLEASE CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR OTHER FOSTORIA PIECES. I WILL BE LISTING MANY MORE PIECES IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS!
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