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After having Pyrex Week all last week, I had a request from Maria from over at Shallow Thoughts from Iowa to have a Glasbake Week. Well, I don't really have very much Glasbake, so this week will be a combination Glasbake and Fire King Week. (Maybe a surprise from yet another company as well :P)
I'll start the week with Glasbake though. Today I have two divided dishes to share. The one above has pinkish floral stems on it, with the printing on both sides of the dish. I have not yet discovered a good website for identification of either Glasbake or Fire King patterns, so if you know of one, would you kindly post it in the comments section? Thanks!
Second is this gray and light blue starburst pattern divided dish. The light blue is really hard to see. This piece is unmarked Glasbake, but you can tell exactly what it is when you sit it next to the pink floral piece. The printed design is only one side of this piece.
I need another divided dish like I need another hole in my head. I don't use the ones that I have, and I have only picked up the ones that I have because I liked the patterns!