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Fire King Glassware of the Jadeite Persuasion!

It's really amazing to me how popular the Jadeite restaurant plates are these days. Again, half of the buyers are overseas contacts. In the past we’ve gone through many of these plates, some with the curved 3 section style as well as some straight triangle restaurant plates. Even the plain plates can be seen hitting at least $25 a piece. Now, why aren't the other colors of Fire King Glassware getting the same amount of action? We've had the primary color mixing bowls numerous times and they can't clear the monetary outclassing of Jadeite plates.

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Comment by Carol on May 12, 2008 at 2:41pm
Jadeite is the most popular color since Martha Stewart started showing it in the background of her popular TV show years ago. She also sells it (or did) through her magazine, "Living" and the website: marthastewart.com

I've sold tons of the stuff myself over the years when I can find it and yes, also to overseas buyers, Japan in particular. The cream/sugar pieces sold for around $30 each when I found them intact with the cover for the sugar.

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