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Anchor Hocking Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Are my Anchor Hocking products guaranteed?
A. Anchor Hocking bakeware products do carry written warranties. Please see warranty information under Consumer Affairs.

  • Premium-10 Year Limited Warranty
  • Oven Basics-5 Year Limited Warranty
  • Ceramic Bakeware-2 Year Limited Warranty
  • Kitchen Storage-5 Year Limited Warranty

Q. Are Anchor Hocking products lead free?
A. Yes

Q. Are Anchor Hocking products dishwasher safe?
A. The majority of our product offering is dishwasher safe. If it is not it will be noted on the product at the time of purchase.

Q. What is the highest baking temperature that can be used with baking dishes?
A. 425º F / 218º C

Q. Can Anchor Hocking bakeware be used on top of the stove, grill, toaster oven or under a broiler?
A. No.

Q. Can Anchor Hocking bakeware go directly from the refrigerator to the microwave or conventional oven?
A. Yes, we recommend the oven be pre-heated no higher than 425º F or 218º C.

Q. Can Anchor Hocking bakeware go directly from the freezer to the microwave or conventional oven?
A. No, let foods thaw before cooking or reheating in the microwave or oven.

Q. Can Anchor Hocking bakeware be used in a Convection Oven?
A. Yes, as long as the convection oven has a fan and the temperature does not exceed 425º F.

Q. Can Anchor Hocking Measuring Cups, Batter Bowls and Kitchen Storage products be used in the microwave or conventional over?
A. Yes, all these items are microwave and conventional oven safe up to 425º F.

Q. Do you maintain historical files on Collectable glassware or Depression ware?
A. Anchor Hocking resources are limited. We recommend glass reference books by Gene Florence.

Q. Does Anchor Hocking offer Plant Tours?
A. No, due to safety regulations we are unable to offer Plant Tours.

Q. Does Anchor Hocking have a Museum?
A. Anchor Hocking products are widely displayed at the Ohio Glass Museum in Lancaster, Ohio. 
     Visit www.ohioglassmuseum.com