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Fire King Kitchen Aids Splash Bowl Set

31 Jul

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These  Fire King bowls are in mint condition and are quite hard to find in a complete set.  Surfaces appear unscratched and in shiny condition.  Wonderful graphics of kitchen items.   They are the splash bowls, so named because the wider top reduced the amount of splashing when mixing up liquids in them.   These date to the 1950’s.

This set of 3 bowls will be available for the next Ottawa Antique and Vintage Market at the Carleton University Field House this fall on November 4th and 5th, 2017.  I will bring some of my best and hard to find Pyrex and Fire King pieces.  These pieces will only be available at the show.

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Fire King Peach Lustre Dishes, ca. 1950’s to 1963

1 Oct

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Fire King Peach Lustre dishes in the Laurel pattern and 3 band pattern.   First made in 1951 and continued production until 1963.  Hard to find in really nice condition as the finish tended to wear off after continued washing.  These are all pristine.  These should never be put in a dishwasher or scrubbed vigorously.  The finish can last quite well with care.

The dinner plates are all sold, but I still have in stock cups and saucers at $5 a set, chili bowls at $8 each, mugs at $6 each, cream and sugar are $5 each. Mini casseroles in the copper tint colour are $3 each. Small dessert bowls are $3 each.

For sale at my booth at the Amonte Antiques Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON, just 30 minutes west of the city of Ottawa.

 

Fire King Stackable Milk Glass Mugs, Gingham Pattern

15 Aug

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Ca. mid 50’s to early 70’s.  Anchor Hocking’s  Fire King line of stackable mugs, with a pattern called Gingham.   Nice clean graphics.   The set is for sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill St. Almonte ON.

Price $ 25.00 for the set.