Fostoria, at one point in time the largest maker of handmade glassware in the United States, is a storied American workshop that specialized in pressed and blown glass. One of their most well-know designs was the American #2056 pattern, which was the most successful pattern in the history of glass making. With a starburst base, this design utilizes stacked three-dimensional hexagons or cubes for a modernist look that was popular from its release in 1915 until 1983 when the company shuttered its doors. These classic pitchers are available in 3 sizes.

Vintage Fostoria Cubist Glass Pitchers
Short - 7"h x 9" diameter
Medium - 7.5"h x 7.5' diameter
Large - 8"h x 9" diameter

Clear Pressed Glass
With Curved Lip to Halt Ice Cubes from Tumbling Out
Hand Wash Only
Made in USA

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