This 1 1/2 Liter / Quart covered casserole is Shadow Iris. Shadow Iris portray iris' on a background of light iris and light green broad stripes.
This is a 1 1/2 qt. Corning Ware covered casserole in the spring fresh Peach Floral design.
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.
The Maid of Honor line was made by McKee Glass and sold exclusively through Sears. This is a 2 12 qt. Bake and Serve bowl in white milk glass with Turquoise floral design.
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 a bright Primary Yellow divided covered dish (casserole or vegetable). it is 1 1/2 qt.
I couldn't find this style and "color" in the books. Although the color appears to be of the Just White line, the style seems much older. It is a 9 cup stove top percolator.
This crystal clear Glasbake Angel Food Cake pan can double as a plan bundt (with or without the flower in the center) or a jello mold.
This is a 9x5 rectangular Baker or utility pan. Sapphire Blue was produced from 1941 through 1956.
This is a Jeannette pitcher from the Cosmos line. It is peach lustre / gold carnival glass with white etched flowers (pansies).
This P-35 CW Tray is the Broil-Bake-Serve tray. Its' teakwood handled tray makes me want to get out the "little black dress" and pearls and serve '60's hors d'oeuvres.
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 l covered casserole is in the Forest Fancies pattern. It is often called Merry Mushroom.
This is a Forest Fancies mixing bowl 750 ml. Forest Fancies is often called Merry Mushrooms.
Two Cinderella mixing bows in the Early American collection--a 1 1/2 qt with the pattern and 1 1/2 pt. in solid brown
This divided casserole is in the White Snowflake. It features black snowflakes on a white background. this pattern was a 1959 Christmas promotional pattern.
Gold Branch was a Pyrex promotional pattern item issued only in 1959. It features a gold branch & flowers on a cream background. There are no chips or deep scratches--only the wear of its 50 years.
This is an odd Pyrex Corning 1.7 L. bowl. The pattern is unknown. I would describe it as a clear French White of the CW patterns.