Brocaded Acorns, Fostoria
Year(s) of Production: Circa late 1920
Pattern Description: Acid etched design of oak leaves and acorns.
Similar Patterns: Brocaded Daffodils, Leaf, Palms, Poinsettia, Poppy, Roses and Summer Gardens.
Recognized by Fostoria collectors by the name ‘Oak Leaf with Oakwood decoration' or ‘Oakwood', and not technically carnival glass (the process is different), this pattern comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. This elegant depression-era glass was made in shapes designed to be used for a beautiful table setting. Glassware (tumbler, champagne, cordial, juice glass), console sets, vases and candy dishes are available in Lavender and Ice Blue (called Orchid and Azure Blue by the manufacturer).
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