This dinnerware sets comprised 2 colors within one set.Colors are Lustre, Anchorwhite, Lustre with decals, White with decals.Colors are white, white trimmed in gold, Jade-ite, and Lustre.
SHEAVES OF WHEAT Fire-King Dinnerware by Anchor Hocking 40's/50's/60's Glass.
The edges of this pattern are decorated in sheaves of wheat, hence the name.
Some were advertising mugs, some breakfast sets, some went with certain patterns and many were stand-alone pieces.
PEACH BLOSSOM Fire-King Dinnerware by Anchor Hocking mid 1950s.
Three Bands is not the name Anchor Hocking gave this dinnerware, but it does describe the pattern.
Pieces also have one band, and two bands, but they are all considered the same dinnerware. TURQUOISE BLUE Fire-King Dinnerware by Anchor Hocking 1957-1958. There are eleven different bowls, four dinnerware bowls, three tear drop mixing bowls, and three round mixing bowls. WHEAT Fire-King Dinnerware by Anchor Hocking Made between 1962-Late 1960s.
Jade-ite ovenware was/is one of the most recognized of the Fire-King patterns.
It was used in restaurants, churches, and military bases.
Fire-King pieces are found in almost every home because of this wide range of different patterns.