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Rare Vintage Corning Ware Avocado Round w/ lid - 1 Quart P-701-B Pyroceram Buffet Server

Rare Vintage Corning Ware Avocado Round w/ lid - 1 Quart P-701-B Pyroceram Buffet Server

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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Beautiful Vintage Corning Ware Avocado Round Buffet Server with Glass Lid. Green One / 1 Quart P-701-B mid-century Pyroceram casserole dish buffet server in Great Condition! Truly a stunning mod Corning Ware and beautiful addition to your vintage kitchen or Corning Ware collection.

Size: 7.5" x 1.5" (x 9.5" with handles)
Maker's Mark: "(Flame) / CORNING WARE (R) / P-701-B (Cornflower TM) 1 QT. / MADE IN U.S.A."
Date: 1968 - 1970

As with most vintage and antique items, this Corning Ware shows usage wear. There are some small faint scratches in the avocado coloring. This Corning Ware is in great condition!

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CORNING WARE began when Corning Glass Works introduced an oven-safe, heat resistant clear glass cookware, Pyrex, in 1915. Corning Ware as we know it was created on accident in 1953, when S. Donald Stookey left a glass plate in a furnace at 900 degrees F, higher than the 600 degrees intended. The resulting milky-white glass-ceramic material Stookey named Pyroceram was capable of sudden temperature changes and didn’t break when dropped. In 1958, Corning Glass Works introduced Corning Ware Pyroceram cookware with its well-known Blue Cornflower pattern. As advertised, the dish could be used on the oven range and in the stove. The original Blue Cornflower patterns were produced from 1958 to 1971. In 1972, Corning Ware changed the design of their product, making the bakeware more square and straight. The same year, the Spice of Life patterns were released (and produced until 1987). Starting in 1976, Corning Ware began producing bakeware specifically for microwaves (though Corning Ware cookware has been microwave-safe since 1958!). Blue Cornflower was retired in 1988, but more modern patterns were released beginning in 1985.

As advertised, your Corning Ware Pyroceram cookware can withstand sudden temperature changes and go from your oven/range to tabletop to refrigerator to microwave! Enjoy your vintage Corning Ware!

Use only wooden or plastic utensils with your Corning Ware. The Pyroceram is actually stronger than most metal utensils and will leave metal marks!

Corning Ware is also dishwasher safe and handwashing safe. To clean your Corning Ware, use a mild soap and nylon sponge. Do not use steel wool! For baked-on stains, make a paste of baking soda and water and use a nylon sponge.
Beautiful Vintage Corning Ware Avocado Round Buffet Server with Glass Lid. Green One / 1 Quart P-701-B mid-century Pyroceram casserole dish buffet server in Great Condition! Truly a stunning mod Corning Ware and beautiful addition to your vintage kitchen or Corning Ware collection.

Size: 7.5" x 1.5" (x 9.5" with handles)
Maker's Mark: "(Flame) / CORNING WARE (R) / P-701-B (Cornflower TM) 1 QT. / MADE IN U.S.A."
Date: 1968 - 1970

As with most vintage and antique items, this Corning Ware shows usage wear. There are some small faint scratches in the avocado coloring. This Corning Ware is in great condition!

-

CORNING WARE began when Corning Glass Works introduced an oven-safe, heat resistant clear glass cookware, Pyrex, in 1915. Corning Ware as we know it was created on accident in 1953, when S. Donald Stookey left a glass plate in a furnace at 900 degrees F, higher than the 600 degrees intended. The resulting milky-white glass-ceramic material Stookey named Pyroceram was capable of sudden temperature changes and didn’t break when dropped. In 1958, Corning Glass Works introduced Corning Ware Pyroceram cookware with its well-known Blue Cornflower pattern. As advertised, the dish could be used on the oven range and in the stove. The original Blue Cornflower patterns were produced from 1958 to 1971. In 1972, Corning Ware changed the design of their product, making the bakeware more square and straight. The same year, the Spice of Life patterns were released (and produced until 1987). Starting in 1976, Corning Ware began producing bakeware specifically for microwaves (though Corning Ware cookware has been microwave-safe since 1958!). Blue Cornflower was retired in 1988, but more modern patterns were released beginning in 1985.

As advertised, your Corning Ware Pyroceram cookware can withstand sudden temperature changes and go from your oven/range to tabletop to refrigerator to microwave! Enjoy your vintage Corning Ware!

Use only wooden or plastic utensils with your Corning Ware. The Pyroceram is actually stronger than most metal utensils and will leave metal marks!

Corning Ware is also dishwasher safe and handwashing safe. To clean your Corning Ware, use a mild soap and nylon sponge. Do not use steel wool! For baked-on stains, make a paste of baking soda and water and use a nylon sponge.

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