Anytime my other half sees mid-century dishware (or anything for that matter), he beelines. I love it because of the different shaped and varied colored dishes it provides our kitchen aesthetic. He recently spotted and nabbed these Fire-King Bowls at a rummage sale. Fire-King (of Anchor Hocking) was first produced in the 1940’s and was made popular for its ability to withstand oven temperatures. We got three colors: green, yellow and mauve (4 of each) for .25 a bowl. They’re prefect for grapefruit, a side salad or a scoop of ice cream. Plus they add a great splash of color to my kitchen cabinets!
*Note, avoid using in the dishwasher, which dulls their vibrant colors.