“Fish Scale”, introduced in 1939, is another—as are the early “Sandwich” pieces produced from 1938 on.
“Bubble”, a.k.a, “Bullseye”, which featured paper labels designating it as Fire-King, was introduced in 1941.
It is one of a few Fire-King pattern which can also be properly considered Depression Glass.
1931 - Facing bankruptcy, the Imperial Glass Company sought to re-organized.
Instead, the property and assets were ordered to be sold at auction on July 21, 1931. Ralph Boyd (Secretary-Treasurer of the Imperial Glass Company) who was the sole bidder.
“Jane Ray”, so famous for its jade-ite pieces, was introduced in 1946—along with the “1700” line. Fire-King restaurant-ware and “Ivory” followed in 1948. With the exception of the Philbe dinnerware, which only had a one year manufacturing period, most of the other patterns were produced into the early to mid-1960’s.
Fish Scale had a production run of four years at the end of the Depression from 1939-1943, with a break in manufacture until 1963, when it was produced again for two more years. The 1950’s saw a dozen new lines added to the growing Fire-King collection.