From the 1940s through 2000, Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation of Lancaster, Ohio, produced an extensive line of heat resistant oven glassware called Fire-King. The company's lines included not only dinnerware but also a plethora of glass kitchen items, breakfast sets, candy dishes, range sets, vases, and more. There are over 13 ovenware patterns including Currier & Ives, Gay Fad Studios, Jade-ite, and Sapphire Blue. Fire-King Jade-ite has really become popular today. It has propelled Fire-King to the collecting forefront. Loaded with hundreds of full-color photographs, vintage catalog pages, company morgue items, facts, new information, and values, this new edition will be a hit once again with collectors. It has everything readers expect from glassware authorities Cathy and Gene Florence.