Yesteryear Here

Manufacturer: Corning Glass Company, Corning New York
This set of 4 Butterfly Gold cups were made by Corning and sold under the Corelle brand to be go-alongs with their tremendously popular Pyrex patterns.

This style of cup was introduced in 1972 and stayed in production for 10 years. It was designed by Charles Ketcham in 1967 and put into production in 1972. They are made of Vitrelle, are break resistant and microwave safe. In the company literature this style of cup was called either the "Stack Cup" or "Open Handle Cup" (info courtesy of corellecorner.com)

They hold 6-7 ounces, scant by today's standards of a cup or coffee but normal in the 1970s for a serving size of coffee.

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 refrigeraor set, this set of cups 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.

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