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Fire King - Dinnerware

See also: Fire King Glassware, Fire King Housewares, Fire King Kitchenware

Fire King was a line of the Anchor Hocking Glass Company which began in 1941 and continued into the 1970s. They produced dinner, glass and tableware in numerous patterns and colors but are probably most well-known for their Jade-ite pieces. I offer quite a selection of mugs as well as other items. Pieces are found in Dinnerware, Kitchenware and Glassware.


As far as I know, Fire King produced the Alice pattern in jade-ite, ivory with blue trim,and white with blue trim. It is characterized by a draping floral garland around the rim.

Fire King Alice Cup


This pattern by Fire King is an opaque white colored glass.

Fire King Anchorwhite Batter Bowl

Blue & Gold Floral

Fire King produced the Blue and Gold Floral pattern from 1964 to 1966. It features what looke like Bachelor Butto Flowers with sprigs of wheat.

Bonnie Blue

Fire King Bonnie Blue pattern was one that was given out as a premium in Mother's Oats, probably in the 1950s.

Fire King Bonnie Blue Cup and Saucer Set


Fire King began production of Brownsstone in 1976.

Fire King Brownstone Mug


The Fire King Candleglow pattern uses an Anchorwhite background with blue and gold candles in a row around the sides.

Fire King Candleglow Casserole and Lid


Fire King Charm is a popular holiday pattern. I have seen it in Royal Ruby and Forest Green and fairly recently reissued in crystal. The pieces have a square shape to them and a radiant pattern in the bottom.

Fire King Charm Forest Green Luncheon Plate


Fire King Copper Tint is often confused with the Lustre pattern. It was used for several different kitchen items, such as casseroles and custard dishes.

Day Breaker Floral

The Fire King Day Breaker pattern is actually two floral patterns in one. One side has a red daisy-like flower and the other, an orange, poppy-like flower.

Fire King Day Breaker Floral Mug

Desert Tone

Desert Tone pieces by Fire King are two-tone. The colors are either a combination of dark and light brown, yellow and brown, or various shades of green and brown.

Fire King Desert Tone Sand Bowl

Fire King Wheat

Fire King Wheat dinnerware is very similar to Homer Laughlin and Taylor, Smith and Taylor's wheat patterns. It features three sprigs of wheat on white glass.

Fire King Fire King Wheat Custard Dish

Game Birds

Fire King Game Birds pattern featured four different types of birds. It was produced from 19599 to 1962.

Fire King Game Birds Mallard Duck Mug

Golden Anniversary

Golden Anniversary by Fire King is white opaque glass withe scalloped border and a thick gold trim. It came out in the 1950s.

Fire King Golden Anniversary Dinner Plate

Golden Shell

Fire King's Golden Shell is much like Golden Anniversary. It has the same opaque white glass and swirls but the gold trim is much finer.

Granite Ware

Fire King's Granite Ware has a dark background color with flecks of white to give the appearance of granite.

Fire King Granite Ware Mug


Fire King Hospitality was a line of white ribbed ovenware.

Fire King Hospitality Custard Cup


Jade-ite was the name Fire King gave to its line of jade green glassware. Items made of jade-ite were often found in restaurants in the 1940s. The original Jade-ite was made from the 1940s to the 1960s. However, lately it is being reproduced.


Fire King's Kimberly design came in a variety of colors and pieces. The design itself was a pattern of bumpy and smooth recessed diamonds.

Fire King Kimberly  Orange Mug

Le Bon/Petite Potager

Kire King Le Bon/Petite Potager features an artichoke, bell pepper, tomato, onion and what looks to be perhaps a califlower or small head of lettuce.


Fire King produced many items for various companies fo promotional purposes. The McDonald mug is just one example.

Fire King McDonald’s Mug

Meadow Green

Fire King's Meadow Green was a pattern with a green and gold quadruple leaf design flanked on each side by a green and gold floral design. The glass base was white opaque.

Miscellaneous Mugs

Due to the age of these mugs, I have been unable to match them to a specific pattern.

Fire King Miscellaneous Mugs Blue Polka Dot Lace Stacking Mug

Nature's Bounty

Fire King Nature's Bounty was produced from 1976 to 1978. It features various fruits.

Fire King Nature's Bounty Custard Dish

Peach Lustre Laurel

Fire King/Anchor Hocking produced Peach Lustre Laurel from 1952 to 1963. The Laurel pattern was also produced in Gray.

Peach Lustre Shell

Fire King made items in the lustre color from the 1950s to the 1970s. The color is similar to the copper tint but has a slightly different sheen.

Fire King Peach Lustre Shell Soup Bowl


The Primrose pattern by Fire King was popular in the 1960s. It features red and pink flowers on an Anchorwhite background.

Fire King Primrose Loaf Pan

Shell Milk White

Fire King Shell Milk White is pretty much self-descriptive. It is a milk-white swirl pattern.

Fire King Shell Milk White Open Sugar Bowl


Fire King Suburbia was produced in a wide variety of colors. Pieces included bowls and mugs.

Fire King Suburbia Red Mug

Unknown Fire King

Anchor Hocking/Fire King produced numerous patterns. I have not been able to identify all of them as yet (I keep trying). Some items are, therefore, listed here.

Fire King Unknown Fire King Casserole and Stand

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