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One or More 7" Dessert Plate - 'Jane Ray' Pattern - Jadeite Green - Salad Plate - Side Plate - Dessert Plate - Fire-King 'Jade-ite' Plate

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Here is a jadeite 7¾" plate from the pattern 'Jane Ray'. The plate is marked 'Fire-King Oven Glass' c. 1942; these plates are slightly lighter in color and the pattern is softer. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks and no utensil marks.

"Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. of Lancaster, Ohio, began producing low-cost, ovenproof, borosilicate low-expansion glass dinnerware marked “FIRE-KING” in 1942. Production ran through 1976."

All information I have read indicates that these pieces should not be put in a dishwasher because they will lose their shine.

I'm happy to ship outside the United States; please convo for a mailing cost.

Thanks for thinking green!


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One or More 7" Dessert Plate - 'Jane Ray' Pattern - Jadeite Green - Salad Plate - Side Plate - Dessert Plate - Fire-King 'Jade-ite' Plate

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: Glass
  • Feedback: 27 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people
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