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Four 'Alice' Saucers Only - Jadeite Green - Fire-King Jadeite - Jadite Saucers - Delicate 'Alice' Pattern - Mix and Match

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Here are four saucers in the Alice pattern for those cups you have no saucers for - smile! They are from Fire-King. Each saucer is 6" diameter. They have ribbed edge bottoms and the lovely 'Alice' pattern. These saucers are more intricate with scalloped edges. Many sources say NOT to put jadeite in the dishwasher - it will lose its shine. Photo 4 shows what the cups look like - they are not included in this listing.

"Opalescent jadite was produced by McKee and then by Jeannette. This type of glass is made by adding uranium or dioxide to the glass and then adding other chemicals during the heating process. During WWII's metal shortage, Jeannette sold their metal molds to the government then ceased production of opalescent glass as well. They did continue to produce some of the same pieces though. You may find some newer pieces of opalescent jadite but if you compare them carefully to a known older piece, you will see inconsistencies."

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Thanks for thinking green!


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Four 'Alice' Saucers Only - Jadeite Green - Fire-King Jadeite - Jadite Saucers - Delicate 'Alice' Pattern - Mix and Match

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