Dinner for two or making small desserts,--these individual covered casseroles are perfect Each holds 20 oz.
Just as the title implies, this Corning Ware pattern is "Just White". Unlike its successor, French White, this is flat and unribbed. This is a 2 qt. / 2 L covered casserole.
This Hellenic pattern serving bowl is 8 3/4" diameter and 3" high was manufactured by the Jeanette Glass Company in the sixties. Typical sixties and seventies, it features the avocado green. This green and white design features the pastoral Hellenic scene of gods and goddesses. The trim features damask ornaments and urns in white. The rim of the bowl has a gold accent, the base is cut glass. This line was more than likely inspired by Wedgewood and Jasperware popular at the time.
This is the hard to find large mixing bowl of the 3 piece set sold by Federal in the '40's and 50's. It is milk glass and is 9' diameter and 5" tall.
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This is a Nordic Ware 12 cup, 4" DEEP X ABOUT 10" DIAMETER Bundt pan. It's interior is cream color. The outside is brown with Dutch designs on the panels
This covered casserole from Corning Ware is in the delightful Wildflower pattern.
Although labeled Corning Corelle, these 4 D handle mugs clearly show the Pyrex heritage. They are burnt orange outside with the traditional Pyrex milk glass interior.
This 1 1/2 qt. baker/casserole is in the hard to find 1960 Golden Acorn pattern.
This is a pair of Indiana Glass amber divided dishes. Each measures 7" by 5" by 1.5" tall. They make great additions to any collection. Or can be used as intended for serving nuts or candy. They would also prettily top off a woman's vanity.
This is a hard to find 2.0 Quart or 2.0 Liter Square Casserole in the Floral Bouquet featuring yellow spring flowers.
This is a rare find. The Country Festival pattern was made for only1 year- 1975-76. It's often called Friendship, Blue Birds or Pennsylvania Dutch. Ours is a 8 inch covered skillet.
This is a large Corning Ware Loaf Pan (9" x 5" x 3"). It is the RARE Shell Medallion Blue Pattern. This was made by Corning Ware from 1972 - 1974 for the Shell Oil Company. They were available for sale only to Shell Oil Credit Card holders.
This6in. diameter Lazy Susan's outer motif alternates fruit and floral. It is in excellent working condition and is a great addition to any retro Eames kitchen.
This is a rare covered skillet from Corning Ware. It's in the popular Spice Of Life pattern. We have 2 in stock.
This is a large crystal cut glass server. the pattern is 3 dimensional roses and lattice.
A 2 qt. covered casserole in the Spice of Life pattern.
This covered casserole is 2 qt. in the Country Cornflower pattern. Country Cornflower was the replacement for the Cornflower Blue line in early 1988. It was discontinued in 1993.
This is a very unique item. It's clearly marked Glasbake J514; but the colors are quite different. It's dark grey outside with a white coating over clear glass. I can tell this as there are a couple of scratches and wear around the rim. While there is this aging, the price reflects it's uniqueness. It would make an interesting addition for any collection. I will provide a lid.