Hardcover - 222 pages; Publisher: Collector Books; 3rd edition (April 2006)
From the 1940s through 2000, Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation of Lancaster, Ohio, produced an extensive line of heat resistant oven glassware called Fire-King. The companys lines included not only dinnerware but also a plethora of glass kitchen itemsmeasuring cups, mixing bowls, mugs, and more. Loaded with hundreds of full-color photographs, vintage catalog pages, company morgue items, facts, new information, and values, this new edition will be a hit once again with collectors. It has everything readers expect from glassware authorities Gene and Cathy Florence.
Paperback - 144 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing; 3 edition (August 2006)
During the 1940s, the Anchor Hocking Glass Company, of Lancaster, Ohio, introduced a line known as Fire-King. This pocket-size guide offers a brief history, with over 200 full color photographs, current market values, and index. Colorful examples of dinnerware, mugs, a myriad of mixing bowls--from splash proof to Swedish Modern styles--a large selection of kitchenware, and ovenware are featured. Copper lustre, jade-ite, sapphire blue, and turquoise blue glasswares are all well represented., 212 color photos, 6" x 9", Price Guide/Index --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
|American Art Glass||Cambridge Glass||Carnival Glass||Crackle Glass|
|Cut Glass||Czechoslovakian Glass||Depression Glass||Elegant Depression Glass|
|Fenton Glass||Fifties Glass||Fire-King Glass||40s, 50s, 60s Glass|
|Fostoria Glass||Glass Animals||Glass Shoes||Heisey Glass|
|Imperial Glass||Kitchen Glassware||Lalique Glass||Milk Glass|
|Opalescent Glass||Pattern Glass||Pattern Identification||Pressed Glass|
|Stemware Identification||Tiffin Glass||20th Century Stemware||Westmoreland Glass|