Genuine Fire King "Polka Dot" Bowl Set - 1950's era

Genuine Fire King "Polka Dot" Bowl Set - 1950's era

Please read shipping limitations(down the page...), before bidding. Shipping is by USPS Priority Mail Only Authentic 1950's "Polka Dot" Fire-King Branded Bowl Set (Set of 4) Your bid is invited on this nice Fire-King bowl set: Description: Each of these bowls has the genuine Fire-King logo and the words "Oven Ware" on the bottom. They have bold black polka dots on a stark white background. They are rather thick and heavy , 6# before packing. This set came to me from the Florida estate of a woman was known to have begun collecting polka dot glassware in 1950. are the sizes, beginning with the smallest: 4 inches tall X 5-5/8 OA wide 4 inches tall X 6-6/8 OA wide 4-5/8 inches tall X 7-3/4 OA wide 5-3/8 inches tall X 7-5/8 OA wide Condition: I checked for chips, cracks, scratches, crazing...and see none. I thinks it's fair to say "Lightly used and well cared-for". The photos were shot against a neutral (photo-gray) background to improve color accuracy, and provide a color reference. The colors shown are rather accurate, but under artificial light. Note that the pictures will enlarge for a very detailed view. (Click the " Super sized Image " underline) Bid in confidence! No Reserve - Good Feedback - Fair Shipping - Money Back Combined Shipping: Postal rates shown are for this item


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