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Fire King Candleglow Casserole and Lid

Fire King - Kitchenware

See also: Fire King Glassware, Fire King Housewares, Fire King Dinnerware

Fire King was a line of the Anchor Hocking Glass Company which began in 1941 and continued into the 1970s. They produced dinner, glass and tableware in numerous patterns and colors but are probably most well-known for their Jade-ite pieces. I offer quite a selection of mugs as well as other items. Pieces are found in Dinnerware, Kitchenware and Glassware.


Anchorwhite

This pattern by Fire King is an opaque white colored glass.

Fire King Anchorwhite Batter Bowl

Candleglow

The Fire King Candleglow pattern uses an Anchorwhite background with blue and gold candles in a row around the sides.

Fire King Candleglow Casserole and Lid

Fire King Wheat

Fire King Wheat dinnerware is very similar to Homer Laughlin and Taylor, Smith and Taylor's wheat patterns. It features three sprigs of wheat on white glass.

Fire King Fire King Wheat Custard Dish

Philbe

Fire King's Philbe pattern is a pressed oven glass dating back to the 1940's and 1950's. We know it came in at least, jade-ite, ivory, sapphire blue and clear crystal.

Fire King Philbe Table Server/Hot Plate

Primrose

The Primrose pattern by Fire King was popular in the 1960s. It features red and pink flowers on an Anchorwhite background.

Fire King Primrose Loaf Pan

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