Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee
Contact: Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee
625 Smith Ave
Glass Show Location
Nashville, TN 37203
The Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee
will host its
14th Annual Elegant & Depression Glass Show and Sale
July 20-21, 2013
Tennessee State Fairgrounds
Wedgewood Exit Off I-65
The Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee's 14th Annual Elegant and Depression Glass Show and Sale will be held on July 20-21, 2013, at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville, TN. More than 20 national dealers will have a wide variety of American-made depression and elegant glass for sale.
Admission to the show is $5 per person and it is good for both days. Fairgrounds management may charge a separate parking fee.
In addition to the glassware that will be for sale by dealers, the Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee (FGST) will have a display of Fostoria's Crown Collection. These pieces were designed by George Sakier. There are four Crown patterns and over 50 pieces if all colors/pattern combinations are counted.
There will be three seminars on Saturday and Sunday to provide opportunites for attendees to learn more about American-made glassware. One seminar will focus on the Crown collection by Fostoria. This seminar will be presented by Larry Duke, a member of FGST; the second seminar will be on The Elegant Years and will be presented by Jack Peacock, a nationally-known dealer from North Carolina; and the third seminar will be on Fostoria's Brazilian Ware and Other Advertising Items.
The following dealers have signed up for the 2013 show as of May 11.
Helene Meeks, Illinois;
David & Kay Tucker, Illinois,
Linda Hukriede & Dale Riendeau, Minnesota;
Carolyn & Glen Robinson, South Carolina;
Carol McEwen, Kansas;
Randy & Becky Moles, Tennessee;
Sandi & Dennis Boone, Illinois;
Ruth Lature, Kentucky
Ray & Paula Mahoney, Florida;
Edie Putanko, Pennsylvania;
Paula Davis, Florida;
Patty & Bill Foti, Florida;
Dottie & Mike Milanoski, Florida;
Lorrie Kitchen & Mark Hunter, Ohio
The dealer list will be updated as contracts are received.