Anchor Hocking / Fire King (USA) 'Kimberly' in 'Peach Lustre' mugs [sold separately]
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation was created in 1937 from the merger of Hocking Glass with the Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. A few years later, in 1942, they introduced their hugely popular 'Fire-King' glassware, which continued in production until the late 1970s.
The Fire King line included a range of tableware and ovenware products, in a range of colours and patterns. Some of the most popular pieces were their Jadeite line, Laurel, Shell, Kimberly and Primrose - all being sought after by collectors.
You can read more about Anchor Hocking and Fire King here:
Pattern: Kimberly, in the Peach Lustre colour
Produced from 1952 to 1963
Dimensions: 8.5cm tall x 8cm diameter (not incl. handles)
Condition: excellent vintage condition with no wear to mention
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