Although, the Pyrex Classic measuring jug holds 2 pints, the graduations only go up to 1. Any help is greatly appreciated. His designs included Pyrex oblong roasting dishes, and Pyrex round bowls. I cant find this colour anywhere. Designer John Cochrane also worked for J A Jobling in the 50s.
I am unable to find them. We may also send you promotional announcements from time to time about new information that you might find useful. What value may they be please? I need one for an Old Hall stainless steel base and handle. They probably date from the 1970s or 1980s. All pieces are stamped with the Pyrex stamp. In the 50s Pyrex took on a fresh, new, modern look thanks to designers Milner Gray, Kenneth Lamble and John Cochrane.
This pattern ended production around 1965. On many pieces, various numbers and sometimes letters are seen in and around the backstamp. I simply don't have the time, energy or knowledge to answer many of the questions submitted here. What era is this from and where can I find more? The different backstamp styles, consistent with the era of manufacture, serve to identify from which timeframe an individual example was made. Any advice as to date, please? This pattern came in four colors; pink, blue, sandalwood beige , and yellow. There was a brief fashion for this type of glassware in the 70s.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. However, in the early 50s they engaged Milner Gray and Kenneth Lamble of the Design Research Unit to revamp their range. These were produced before the Hub Machine went online so they were not formed by mechanized means at first so your C-20 is probably another one of the molds that were being used. Can you tell me where to purchase them. The exact date this item was produced is unknown, but it seems to date from the time of 1958 to 1960. Pyrex Passion collector guides contain images for 1,000s of items resulting in a file size too large for most eBook apps, such as Kindle and Nook. The original Pyrex range of bowls and oven glassware included Pyrex oval and round casserole dishes, Pyrex round baking dishes and pudding dishes, a Pyrex covered stew pot, Pyrex au gratin dishes and a flat Pyrex serving tray.
The glass would have to be tempered at the factory and there is nothing in the environment that could cause this to happen on a piece of glassware that was tempered adequately. Also known as Winter or Black Snowflakes and often confused with Snowflake Blue. For more on modern Pyrex designs see. From the late 50s, glamour, as well as modern design was an important selling point. The dish and holder were inherited from my grandfather, his birth date was 1892. If you have friends or family members who are interested in antiques, bottles, fruit jars, insulators, tableware or other types of vintage glass, please consider sharing this site with them on Facebook or other social media sites. Milner Gray help set up the Design Research Unit in the War years to produce Utility designs for the Government.
For her, Pyrex is a way of expressing her unique style. There was also a Pyrex gift set for 30 shillings which included a range of Pyrex cookware products: casseroles, bread and cake dishes, round and oval Pyrex dishes and Pyrex ramekins. It was not until a few years later that the largest bowl was offered in open stock and also in red. Pyrex in the 70s For the 70s Pyrex produced these attractive tumblers with a coloured plastic base and handle. The trademark Pyrex is still owned by Corning. I'm trying to figure out the age of a Cornflower Blue piece I recently bought at a local flea mall.
Do you know who can supply they? This edition also includes an updated pattern reference, value guide, new cradle reference, index, and history by item. I have two of them and I have been looking for some years for more. Navigate Easily: Hyperlinks are available throughout the eBook to jump to relevant topics within the eBook or to online content. Any action you take upon the information on our website is strictly at your own risk. I sold a lot of my Spice of Life along with their handles when I switched to Chantal cooktop and oven things. Pyrex collectors are always looking for the most accurate and comprehensive information about opal Pyrex produced from the 1940s through 1980s. This design represents a departure from the elegant, but functional, look of the Pyrex cookware.
Use the bookmark to open the eBook to your favorite pattern or design. As an added bonus, two sections are dedicated to items gaining popularity with collectors: clear Pyrex beverage servers, storage containers, and salt and pepper sets. The casserole dish on the stand could be kept warn with a candle, or spirit burner underneath. Pyrex Colors But the colored vintage Pyrex bowls, which debuted in 1947 and lasted well into the 1980s are what collectors go crazy over. If they did on in the past the best hope is to wait for one to come up on eBay.
Coffee though, was the drink of the time, with coffee bars springing up all over Britain. I have been in touch with 'worldkitchens. Perhaps a reader can offer more solid feedback on this subject. You might find one in an antique market, boot sale or charity shop. My cat broke my very last one, and I use them all the time. These designs had a timeless elegance that make them just as good today as they were in the 50s and 60s.
They do not appear to be indicative of dating. I must have had mine for a good 8 years. All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information only. I still have Â£3 worth of usable bowls but do I have a collectable or a fake? The Daisy line including juice servers and Cinderella casseroles with clear patterned lids. Each color was individually named, such as Orange Dot, Yellow Dot, Blue Dot, and Green Dot. Also known as Striped Lines or Alternating Lines.