Fostoria Glass Collectors Host Glass Extravaganza and Benefit Auction

Fostoria Glass Collectors, Inc's 15th Annual Extravaganza and Benefit Auction will be held in the Antique District of Old Towne, Orange, California, on Saturday, September 18, 2004.The event will be at the Women's Club of Orange, 121 S.

Center Street. Preview is at 11am and the auction will begin at 1pm. There will be over 200 pieces of stunning elegant and depression glass pieces up for auction, including Fostoria, Tiffin, Cambridge, Heisey and Westmoreland.

Included in this year's Extravaganza will be out of this world Member Displays, a seminar on Vaseline Glass by long-time member Phil Stein , and the very exciting, fingernail biting Silent Auction! New this year will be "Buy it Now" tables! Wayne Montano, "the Glass Doctor", will be the featured guest for free estimates and pick-up of damaged glass items.

600450 Fostoria Glass Collectors Host Glass Extravaganza and Benefit Auction
Date: 30 August 2004

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