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Pyrex: The Unauthorized Collector's Guide Revised and Expanded 5th Edition

By: Barbara E. Mauzy

Price: $49.90

Publisher: USA, Schiffer Publishing: 2014

Edition: 5th or later Edition

Seller ID: 002265

ISBN: 0764346644

Condition: New


Corning's PYREX glassware was created in the early 1900s to meet the needs of the expanding American railroad system, but American housewives' love of this recognizable, useful, and popular glass grew from the vast assortment of kitchen glass that followed. PYREX brand kitchen glass was the first product that allowed one to prepare, cook, and store in the same piece, and as the twentieth century progressed, PYREX options increased and color was added. You can usually tel... View more info

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Fire-King: An Information and Price Guide # Fire King

By: Joe Keller and David Ross

Price: $32.90

Publisher: USA, Schiffer Publishing: 2007

Seller ID: 003243

ISBN: 0764316419

Condition: New


Anchor-Hocking Glass Company's popular Fire-King dinnerware and cookware were part of nearly every American home from the 1940s to the 1970s. Over 2000 pieces of this highly collectible household glassware are illustrated in color, and current prices are given. Included are the popular Jadite and opaque blue lines, as well as the eagerly collected ivory, fired-on colors, and transparent lines. This book contains numerous rarities, never before shown, as well as common Fi... View more info

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An Unauthorized Guide to Fire-King Glasswares # Fire King Revised 3rd Edition

By: Monica Lynn Clements and Patricia Rosser Clements

Price: $14.90

Publisher: USA, Schiffer Publishing: 2006

Seller ID: 003242

ISBN: 0764325159

Condition: New


During the 1940s, the Anchor Hocking Glass Company, of Lancaster, Ohio, introduced a colorful kitchenware line known as Fire-King. This pocket-size guide offers a brief history, with over 200 full color photographs, updated market values, and index. Colorful examples of dinnerware, mugs, a myriad of mixing bowls from splash proof to Swedish Modern styles are featured along with a large selection of kitchenware and ovenware. Copper lustre, jade-ite, sapphire blue, and tur... View more info

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Anchor Hocking Decorated Pitchers and Glasses: The Fire King Years

By: Philip L. Hopper

Price: $32.90

Publisher: USA, Schiffer Publishing: 2002

Seller ID: 002263

ISBN: 0764314882

Condition: New


Covering the years 1950 to 1970, this fascinating book provides a detailed look at the Fire King pitchers and glasses produced by the venerable Anchor Hocking glass company, established in 1905 and still in business today. Over 350 color photographs beautifully display these Fire King wares, ranging from Tilt Ball and juice pitchers to frosted glasses and cocktail sets. The succinct text describes the evolution of Anchor Hocking pitcher design and teaches collectors how ... View more info

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The Fire King Years & Beyond : Anchor Hocking Decorated Pitchers and Glass

By: Philip L. Hopper

Price: $32.90

Publisher: USA, Schiffer Publishing: 2003

Seller ID: 002264

ISBN: 076431761X

Condition: New


Over 360 color photos and catalog pages display decorated glass pitchers and drinking glasses produced by Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation of Lancaster, Ohio, from the 1950s Fire King years to today. Three pitcher styles - the 86 oz. upright, Finlandia, and Chateau - decorated in many patterns, including Annapolis, Breezes, Flair, Jubilee, Pagoda, Shell, Wexford, and more. Current market values are provided. View more info