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When CorningWare made their debut in 1958, they were revolutionary. They featured beautiful patterns that made them stand out. Also, made from a special glass-ceramic material, they were virtually impervious to temperature extremes. This allowed ... Read more
This guide is about finding the value of vintage CorningWare. This tempered glass cookware has been common throughout the US for many years.
Mary Jo Schimmel saved to Vintage kitchen
When the photosensitive glass that Donald Stookey dropped as he brought it out of the furnace many years ago fell on the hard floor and didn’t break, little did he know that today, this tableware ... Read more
Aidina Garza Ousley saved to Dishes
If you have any vintage CorningWare dishes from the 1970s, you could be sitting on thousands of dollars. It's going for $10,000 on eBay!
Vintage Kitchen Queen saved to Corningware
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Pyrex has a cult following. Estate sales are often swarming with hardcore Pyrex collectors seeking their next big find. Some are just looking for a beautiful, functional retro piece for their kitchen use or for display, while others are on the hunt for extremely rare Pyrex patterns and…Read More
Susan Lee saved to Vintage Pyrex
PyrosilWare, Pyroflam, Arcoflam, Princess House Nouveau,
A retro-spective on Corning's space-age cooking material; Pyroceramic Glass (Vintage Corningware)
Cindy Grant saved to Cleaning stuff
SETS: "Cornflower Blue(1958-1959)" 1. Square 1 qt. "P-1-B" SELLING AT $6,000, ORIGINAL LID 2. Square 1 1/2 "P-1/12-B" SELLING AT $6,000, ORIGINAL LID 3. Round 16 cm (6 1/2 in.) "B-83-B" *There are two of this type, but only one lid* These are the some of the earliest dishes made. "Country Cornflower" (1988-1993) *Line discontinued* 1. Square 1.5 L "A-1/12-B" SELLING AT $6,000, ORIGINAL LID "Meadow (Made exclusively for Sears)" 1. Model no. 8457310 SELLING AT $6,000, ORIGINAL LID Note: All…
Lilly saved to home decor
CorningWare has been a staple of glass-ceramic cooking implements since 1958. Corning Glass Works released these ceramic cooking dishes as alternatives to more brittle ones. ... Read more
Katja renfro saved to collectibles
I have not wanted to tackle this subject because of the controversy it might ignite, but in light of eBay's recent Gestapo-esque actions, I think it's time to clear up a few things, once and for all. So before you, as a buyer, decide to "report" a seller's Corning Ware Percolator listing to the ePTB (eBay Powers That Be) you better be darned sure that you have identified the percolator correctly. Before I begin, let me first states that.... Regardless of the recalls (and I use the plural…
Ann Maxwell saved to ~CORNING WARE a& CORELLE