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About Fire King Oven Ware

Fire-King glassware was made by Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. of Lancaster, Ohio, between 1942 and 1976. During that time, durable Fire-King ovenware found its way into many a home kitchen. Its coffee mugs, chili bowls, ice cream dishes, and plates, in jadeite green or basic white, were staples in diners and restaurants across the country. Vintage Fire-King ovenware and dishes are highly sought collectibles. Choose a space age modern diamond print, a 1950s flower design on milk glass, or even a complete, five-piece set of bakeware in peach luster finish. The latter includes batter-mixing bowl, two round casserole dishes, and two rectangular dishes. Set a table with saucers from the jadeite Ray pattern from the 1950s, or a set of restaurant jadeite that includes plates, chili bowls, and smaller cole slaw dishes. Entertain for the holidays in mid-century style with a Tom and Jerry punch bowl set, or peach luster egg nog mugs. Earlier pieces, such as a 1940s sapphire blue serving bowl, also are available from a vast selection on eBay. Choose your era, or your favorite dinnerware piece, such as a Fire-King ovenware mug, and start collecting, or just enjoy using your durable dishes.

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