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Anchor Hocking - Dinnerware

See also: Anchor Hocking Housewares, Anchor Hocking Glassware, Anchor Hocking Barware, Anchor Hocking Kitchenware

Anchor Hocking Company was born of a merger of the Hocking Glass Company and Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation in 1937. The company is still in production today as a divison of Global Home Products with its headquarters located in Lancaster, Ohio. You will find items from their Fire King line listed separately. Various items are listed under dinnerware, barware, housewares, kitchenware and glassware.


Anchor Hocking Ginger pattern has a tan background with a wide floral border.

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Miss America

The Anchor Hocking Miss America pattern was produced from 1935 to 1938. It came in crystal, blue, pink and green.

Anchor Hocking Miss America Dinner Plate

Park Avenue

Anchor Hocking's Park Avenue pattern looks very much like the Manhattan pattern. It consists of a series of concentric ridges. It differs from Manhattan in that it does not have the ball handles or feet.

Anchor Hocking Park Avenue Platter


The Anchor Hocking Soreno pattern is a bumpy, ridged glass that came in a variety of colors. It is most commonly found in a chip n' dip set, glassware or ashtrays.

Anchor Hocking Soreno Honey Gold Ashtray

Strawberry Shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake is a copyright of American Greeting Corp. Sometime in the 1980s Fire King produced products using the Strawberyy Shortcake Trademark. Later Anchor Hocking kept the production going with the Anchor Hocking Backstamp.

Anchor Hocking Strawberry Shortcake Mug

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