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Casserole, Anchor Hocking Fire King, Blue Cornflower #435, Vintage

Casserole, Anchor Hocking Fire King, Blue Cornflower #435, Vintage

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  • Pattern: Blue Cornflower 1
  • Made in: Lancaster, OH, USA 
  • Vintage: 1950 - 1960's
  • Details:  This casserole dish / baking pan is extremely useful and Fire King is highly collectible.  Many of the Fire King ovenware patterns did not have names, for example this one did not, however, when Corning came out with their Cornflower Blue pattern, it looked eerily similar to this one and created some confusion, everyone started calling this Fire King pattern Blue Cornflower.  Later a newer Blue Cornflower pattern was issued by Fire King, the flowers had more petals, the leaves are thicker, that one is known as  Blue Cornflower 2.  Fire King was produced by Anchor Hocking, made of silky smooth milk glass with a very pretty luster.  Did you know these are not dishwasher safe?  They could lose their beautiful luster if put through the dishwasher, actually you should not put any Fire King pieces in the dishwasher.  The bottom is embossed:  "435 Anchor Hocking (with the logo), Fire King, Ovenware, 9, Made in USA, 8 in".  If you're a collector, we hope this find brings you joy.  If you're just looking for practical bakeware, this should fit the bill nicely.    
  • Material:  Milk Glass
  • Dimensions:  These are 8 x 8 baking pans, the actual outside dimensions are: 10.0 Long (from handle to handle) by 8.5 Wide and 2.25 Tall
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent condition.  There are no chips, cracks, or scratches except for normal wear, the luster is still perfect. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
Anchor Hocking first introduced the Fire King dinnerware and glassware products in 1942 in Lancaster, Ohio.   Anchor Hocking was trying to get into a new market of affordable and beautiful cookware and with this new line of ovenproof, low-cost, low-expansion borosilicate glassware, products, they hit the jackpot. The company branded their new line of ‘classic-American’ glassware pieces as “Fire King,” and the rest is history.  People have been using and collecting their modern, mid-century designs since the very beginning.  There's a wide variety of styles, colors, sizes and shapes available, all highly durable which made Fire King a household name.  Production of this brand ended in 1976.  New Fire King is being made, marked "Fire King 2000", it is no longer made of borosilicate glass, now they use tempered soda-lime-silicate glass.

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