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For almost a year I have been searching for Philbe dinnerware.  I would love to have atleast one piece of this pattern, maybe a grill plate, but so far I have found nothing at all.  How hard is it to locate Philbe, if I look for it online I keep coming across Fire King Sapphire Blue instead of Philbe.  Just wondering if you own Philbe, how and where did you find yours.

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Funny, in my 1986 edition by Gene Florence he is asked the same question,where do I find this? Until your inquiry I wasn't aware that there were two separate issues of Philbe. I see it now as "dinnerware" 1937-38 and as cooking wares in the 1940s. I own several pieces of the latter but none of the former. I found mine in yard sales. Keep looking.
I have a footed tumbler, cup, and salver for sale. I actually had them listed online, but as we are in Maine right now I took them off. The are perfect and are in Sapphire Blue. If you are interested in any of these items you can e-mail me directly at TPTT@aol.com.
I'd suggest shopping in personat one of the annual depression glass shows, there are atleast 5 annual depression glass shows here in Florida: in Lakeland, Sanford, Ft. Lauderdale , Clearwater, and Jacksonville. Online try e-bay or one of the marketplaces like Tias stores or Ruby Lane. But don't give up on local venues like garage/yard/estate sales, flea markets, thrift and antique stores.


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