This standard size (9x5) crystal (clear vintage loaf pan is from Fire King.
This is a 7" Philbe pattern Sapphire Blue pie plate from Fire King. It has tabbed handles
From Gay Fad Studios is the Fruits design Fire King baker. Gay Fad Studios was founded in Ohio by Fran Taylor as a home business. Her designs, like on this baker, are bright and broad--a different look in ovenware.
This is the small bowl for the Sunbeam mixer from Fire King.
PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING This a Fire King 8 x 12 baking dish. It is the hard to find Blue Sapphire line which was manufactured in the 1940's.
This gorgeous piece is a 2 qt. gold-leafed serving casserole from Fire King. Itbwas deigned by George Briard. The glass (and leafing) has some light scratching from normal wear and tear.
This beautiful piece is most likely from the late 1940s. It is a 1.5 quart casserole dish. It comes with the original stylish knob lid. There are light scratches on the glass from normal wear and tear. No chips.
This milk glass square baker from Fire King Anchor Hocking is decorated in a colorful fruit pattern by Hildi.
This is an Anchor Hocking / Fire King milk glass 1 qt. casserole / baker. Beneath a rib of solid white, it has vertical rib design.
This is a three section scalloped serving dish or relish tray in Fire King's Golden Anniversary Swirl Pattern. This was one of the many accompanying pieces to the same pattern Dinnerware. It was sold in the '50's in Woolworth's and 5 & 10's throughout the country.
This is a set of 4 individual Peach luster one handled casserole dishes from Fire-King.
This 2 qt. baking dish / casserole is Fire King's Candle Glow (glo) pattern. Candleglow was introduced in 1957 as Fire King's holiday pattern. The pattern was discontinued in 1972. It has both the Anchor Hocking and Fire King names on the bottom,
A rare find is this Fire King divided baker. There is a glass divider through the center of this 2 qt. baker. This is typical of Fire King produced in the 1940's - 50's. As with much of the period's glass, this "crystal" color has a yellow tint.
Currier and Ives is a very rare Fire King pattern. Produced in 1970, it depicts a steam locomotive in the country.
This is a Fire-King 5x9 loaf pan in excellent condition. The Cornflower is an example of the decal on white oven ware made by Anchor-Hocking and sold under the Fire-King name
This is a three section serving dish in Fire King's Golden Anniversary Swirl Pattern. This was one of the many accompanying pieces to the same pattern Dinnerware. It was sold in the '50's in Woolworth's and 5 & 10's throughout the country.
This is a rare Fire King piece-an individual 8 oz. casserole with 2 handles and knob top. It is in excellent condition.