The Fostoria Glass Company manufactured Fostoria crystal and glassware from 1887 until 1983. Its American pattern glassware, produced for 68 years, was the longest continuously produced pattern in the United States glass... More »

Some retailers of vintage and discontinued glassware, such as Replacements Ltd., eBay and Our House Antiques, provide photos and pattern identification guides for Fostoria glass patterns as of 2015. CollectorsWeekly.com ... More »

The most reliable way of identifying a Fostoria crystal pattern is by comparing a piece to pictures of the patterns, explains CollectorsWeekly.com. Fostoria produced glass and crystal from 1887 to 1983. More »

Fostoria patterns are themed, etched, blown and hand-molded tableware and glassware pieces that were produced by the Fostoria Glass Company between 1887 and 1986. The patterns are all part of a series. The company's most... More »

Some retailers of vintage and discontinued glassware, such as Replacements Ltd., eBay and Our House Antiques, provide photos and pattern identification guides for Fostoria glass patterns as of 2015. CollectorsWeekly.com ... More »

One of the most reliable ways to identify Fostoria glassware is to expose it to black light, under which it glows a pale yellow. Other glassware that is commonly mistaken for Fostoria does not glow beneath black light. More »

The most reliable way of identifying a Fostoria crystal pattern is by comparing a piece to pictures of the patterns, explains CollectorsWeekly.com. Fostoria produced glass and crystal from 1887 to 1983. More »