Fostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920sFostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920s

Fostoria's elegant glass Vernon Etch low sherbet is an unexpected find in 1920s Orchid! Elegant etched glass from this era is few and far between, especially in the less common orchid color. The striking pattern is called Vernon, Etch #277, on Fostoria's Blank #877, here in the Low Sherbet. This beautiful, hand finished, plate etch is a striking Art Deco Style motif of a flower urn with two scrolling, circular arms spilling over with flowers dripping petals from their centers. The deep etch, meticulously created by an elaborate hand-done process, feels like a cutting.

Each beautiful sherbet measures 4-inches tall. Perched on a 2-5/8 inch diameter foot, the bowl of the sherbet is 4-3/16 inches in diameter at the rim.

Fostoria only made Vernon in this color from 1927 to 1928. There is no mark.

The five offered here have no condition issues.

Item ID: 111716RL


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Fostoria Glass Vernon Etch 277 Low Sherbets in Orchid Late 1920s

$35 USD ea.

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