10 in. dinner plates in the Classic pattern of Centura. The photo is of the lunch plate and not the dinner plate. The dinner plate has another inner ring between the scroll design and the center of the plate.
Pyroceram Diamond Point Dinner Plates - No Pattern Name
10.5 in. dinner plates in made from Pyroceram. The indestructible material made by Corning. It is microwavable. The back says created for ABC by Corning. The I do not have the pattern name for these pieces but it is a diamond shape design in rust and gold. There are no chips, cracks, fading but there are scratch marks from utensils which is normal for used dinnerware.
Corelle Country Violets/sentimental Ribbons Dessert Bowls
5.25 in. dessert bowls from Corelle in a patttern called Country Violets. These could also be used with the Sentimental Ribbons pattern as well as any other Corelle pattern with a background of beige/sandstone/tint and jmedium to dark blue patterns.
6-8 cup covered tea pot from Corelle in the Fruit Basket and Fruit Too pattern. It is stamped Corning stoneware made by Jay Imports for Corelle, not the corelle material. There is not one thing defective about this piece and appears to be unused. It is NOT for the stove but is for the microwave.
10.25 in. dinner plates from Corelle in the Chestnut pattern. These two patterns are the same except for the shape. The Cinnamon has a slightly bowled edge, the Chestnut is a little flatter. They are interchangeable. About the only time you can see a real difference is when they are stacked together in your cupboard.
8.5 in. flat rimmed soup bowls from Corelle in the Windswept pattern. These are plain white with 3 places that have swirls have the rim. Very nice pattern and they can be used with any of the Corelle patterns with a white background. Used but mint.
6.75 in. salad plates (some call this size a bread plate) from Corelle in the Chestnut/Cinnamon pattern. These two patterns are the same except for the shape. The Cinnamon has a slightly bowled edge, the Chestnut is a little flatter. They are interchangeable. About the only time you can see a real difference is when they are stacked together in your cupboard.
6.25 in. cereal bowls from Corelle in a patttern called First of Spring and also Blue Lily only because the bowls match both of these patterns, even though the patterns themselves are different, the rim stripe is the same color and the background is tan.