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Information from the The Complete Guide to Corning Ware & Visions Cookware book by Kyle Coroneos. " The Blue Cornflower was the first Corning Ware emblem. It was introduced with the original line of skillets and saucepans in 1957. In 1988 Corning retired the Blue Cornflower. The blue cornflower which is found on 90 plus pieces of Corning's Pyroceram ware debuted in 1957 and was retired in 1987. The P series dates from 1957-1971 when it was replaced by the A series which ended in 1987.


This P-82-B-1 1/2 Corning Blue Cornflower Menu-ette Covered Saucepan was made between 1966 and 1971. It is being sold with the P-81-C lid. It holds 1 1/2 pints. It is shown on page 27 of Coroneos' 2006 guide titled The Complete Guide to Corning Ware & Visions Cookware.


Excellent vintage condition. No damage of any kind.


Using Corning Cornflower items is an easy way to bake casseroles, gratins or use them as serving dishes. Retro pratical flair. I bought it very reasonably so can pass them on reasonably as well. 


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  This pair of Diagonal handle #1410 Coffee Mugs has the Butterfly Gold design around the top. This dates these 9 ounce (300 ml) mugs from the 1970s. The elements of the design are highly stylized:  flower, butterflies, sheaf of wheat.


This mug was made by Pyrex but it was made to coordinate with the Corelle Livingware pattern of dinnerware. 


Marked on the bottom FOR OVEN AND MICROWAVE. NO STOVETOP OR BROILER


They are in excellent vintage condition. They are great for coffee, tea, hot chocolate or soup! 


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

 Marked on the back as holding 1 Pint, this practical piece of American glass is a covered casserole dish in the Butterfly Gold pattern in the very trendy harvest gold of the late 1960s-early 1970s!


The cover is marked 2-470-C. It is the right one for this 471 casserole.


It is in excellent condition. Marked OVENWARE Great for the microwave too!  No need for plastic for that!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  This pair of two Butterfly Gold cups/saucers were made by Corning and sold under the Corelle brand to be go-alongs with their tremendously popular Pyrex patterns.  


This pattern is called Butterfly Gold and can be seen on page 162 of Mauzy's 3rd Edition (2004) Pyrex the Unauthorized Collector's Guide book.  The cups and saucers are in good vintage shape and ready to give you years of service. So, if you already own the Butterfly Gold mixing bowl or refridgeraor set, this set of cereals bowls will fit right in.


Add them to your Pyrex or Corelle by Corning collection today.


Go green!  Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, they are ready for your kitchen table today.

Corning Cornflower square P-82-B-1 1 / 2 p $10.00

 

pair Pyrex Butterfly handled Gold coffee $10.00

 

Pyrex 471 Butterfly Gold covered cassero $12.50

 

2 Corelle Corning Butterfly Gold cup sau $10.00

Information from the The Complete Guide to Corning Ware & Visions Cookware book by Kyle Coroneos. " The Blue Cornflower was the first Corning Ware emblem.  It was introduced with the original line of skillets and saucepans in 1957. In 1988 Corning retired the Blue Cornflower.  The blue cornflower which is found on 90 plus pieces of Corning's Pyroceram ware debuted in 1957 and was retired in 1987.  The P series dates from 1957-1971 when it was replaced by the A series which ended in 1987.


This P-1-3/4-B Corning Blue Cornflower Covered Saucepan was made between 1957 and 1971.  It is being sold with the P-7-C lid and the P-11-M cradle, both marked as shown.  It holds 1 3/4 quarts.  It is shown on page 22 of Coroneos' 2006 guide titled The Complete Guide to Corning Ware & Visions Cookware.


Excellent vintage condition. No damage of any kind.


Using Corning Cornflower items is an easy way to bake casseroles, gratins or use them as serving dishes.  Retro pratical flair.  I bought it very reasonably so can pass them on reasonably as well.  


Go green!  Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  This fabulous Pyrex Art Deco 1 cup beverage server stands 4 1/4 inches tall to the top of the cherry red plastic top handle.  The black plastic handle and the chrome band with a chased wave design in the chrome scream Art Deco.


It is shown on page 58 of the Mauzy 3rd edition Pyrex book.  This all glass teapot / beverage server was the forerunner of the beloved FLAMEWARE.  The advantage of using a clear glass teapot was stated in the Expert's Book on Better Cooking in 1925 where it states:  "It is always possible to see how strong the tea is.  It is easy to see how much tea there is. The tea pot can be easily and thoroughly cleaned. the handles remain cold while the body of the pot stays hot."


The pot is signed on the bottom with an early mark: "Pyrex Brand Glassware Made in USA for". As Mauzy states on page 57, "Plastic and chrome plated handles were used, and embellishments to the glass were added."


Pyrex Ovenware teapots were no longer produced after 1940.  


Add this stunning Art Deco version of a Pyrex teapot to your collection today.  What Art Deco lover wouldn't love to have his tea steeping in such a high class container?  There was a time in the early 1960s when we looked back to the Colonial Early Americana time for design inspiration.  Earth tones with designs of mushrooms (like the canister set made for Sears), owls, quail, Woodland creatures were one inspiration. Another was Early Americana. 


This Pyrex 401 5 1/2 inch wide bowl is the smallest of the classic 4 bowl mixing bowl set.  The design on this bowl is inspired by the stencil designs in early Colonial homes.  Corning titled this design Homestead.  The background of this bowl is from the Desert Dawn series. The blue design again harkens from the Colonial America use of stenciling to adorn walls.


This bowl is in excellent vintage condition. Don't send it through the dishwasher too many times. Use  wooden utensils if possible and you can add this piece of vintage American glass to your kitchen or home for use or display.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  The blue cornflower which is found on 90 plus pieces of Corning's Pyroceram ware debuted in 1957 and was retired in 1987.  


This set of four P-41 Petite Pans was made between 1963 and 1970.  They were sold both with a cover and without a cover.  They each hold 1 1/2 cups.  They are shown on page 24 of Coroneos' 2006 guide titled The Complete Guide to Corning Ware & Visions Cookware.


The are an easy way to bake some individual casseroles, gratins or use them as serving dishes.  Retro pratical flair.  I bought them very reasonably so can pass them on reasonably as well.  Price is for the set of four.


Go green!  Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

Corning Cornflower square P-1 3 / 4-B dish $12.50

 

Pyrex Art Deco 1 cup red black chrome te $45.00

 

Pyrex 401 Homestead design mixing bowl $8.00

 

set 4 P-41 Corning Cornflower Petite Pan $12.00




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