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Fire King Primrose Creamer & Open Sugar
The Primrose pattern was manufactured by Fire King between 1960 to 1962.
An interesting fact about Primrose is that this was the first pattern by Anchor Hocking that introduced matching ovenware and dinnerware.
Though the popularity of this pretty red floral pattern waxes and wanes these decorated milk white glass dishes will always be collectible. Their beauty certainly makes them them desirable but besides that is the short manufacturing window which also limits their availability.
This creamer & sugar carry the Fire King name. They are in Excellent Condition. No chips, nicks, or breaks. The red floral pattern is bright and intact. The sugar was originally sold as open and / or covered so to find an open sugar does not mean that the lid is missing.
The red floral pattern on the pure milk white sets a pretty Christmas Holiday breakfast or lunch table. You may wish to add other pieces to your order in the Primrose pattern pictured here and listed separately in this shop.
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Lisa Brightwell, Mechanicsville, MD
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