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    Posted 4 years ago

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    At first I thought this was gonna be the "4th" to my stack of Fire-King jadeite bowls shown a few weeks ago:

    But it turns out that this one is *not* quite like the others. Besides the lack of any logo info whatsoever, this one has a slightly different profile shape with no 'base' to it at all, and a barely discernible (to the eye) 'ridge' around its midsection. (look close at the 2nd/3rd pic) It is also slightly larger around (but the same height) as my others, the last pic shows one of my Fire-King bowls nesting inside of it.

    If anybody else recognizes anything about it, I'd love to hear your comments...?! :-)

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    1. valentino97 valentino97, 4 years ago
      Could this be a repro?
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the loves y'all -- and valentino, I truly do not know. Given the lack of any maker's ID, I was kinda guessing it might be a more 'contemporary' piece, until our Moderators re-categorized this bowl for me assigning it to Anchor-Hocking glassware anyways...I wasn't going to go that far without any proof.

      My only other guess is that it was from a slightly different 'line' of dishware...commercial vs. home marketing etc., or an 'end of run' production change, or somesuch something...??

      Two more observations since my original post: the slight 'ridge shape' around the middle of this bowl likely *does* serve (whether intended or not?) to allow several of them to be more securely stacked together on a shelf than the smooth round outer shape of my others, which do tend to be sorta slippery when stacked up...also, the top edge of this one seems to have been slightly ground flat, where my others are not.

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