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Lovely white milk glass divided serving or baking dish from Glasbake, trimmed with sweet orange and yellow flowers with green leaves here! Likely from the 60s, this simple beauty is in wonderful vintage condition with no chips. The flowers look almost like new, but the green of the leaves do show a bit of wear and wrinkling from time and use (vintage charm!). The outside rim has a few minor fleabites and one small dark spot, and the inside divider has about an inch and a half on one end that does not appear as smooth as the rest of the divider, but we don't think this is from use -- it actually appears to be a manufacturing flaw, doesn't affect the function whatsoever, and you really don't notice it unless you run your hand over it like I did to try to describe this as best I could for you!

This versatile and heavy-duty double sided casserole can be used to prepare two different items in the same pan at the same time (fish and veggies or even a dessert like apple crumbcake right next to your main course), conserving oven time and clean-up later. Works equally well as a buffet serving dish or even to corral two types of hors d'oeuvres for your football party guests. Call us crazy, but in my house, we've even recycled these fantastic divided milk glass dishes by using them as snack trays -- chips on one side and nacho cheese in the other, for example. They help hold in the heat for hot foods, so really keep your hot dips nice and toasty and are very easy to dip into with the large openings!

Marked U.S.A. GLASBAKE J-2352 5 on the bottom. Love the raised pebbly texture of the bottom of this dish -- so very typical of this brand. Glasbake was Pyrex's main competitor during the mid century. Add this graceful and cheery dish to your kitchen today and you won't be sorry.

Approx. 12" x 8.5" x 2.25"

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Vintage Glasbake Orange and Yellow Flowers Milk Glass Double Sided Casserole

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: glass
  • Feedback: 348 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Nebraska, United States.
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