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Vintage Corning Ware Browning Skillet - 7 inch Pyroceram Casserole Dish Grab-It for Microwave Oven

Vintage Corning Ware Browning Skillet - 7 inch Pyroceram Casserole Dish Grab-It for Microwave Oven

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Pyroceram, tin oxide
  • Favorited by: 4 people
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Vintage Corning Ware Blue Colonial House Browning Skillet. 1970s 6" Pyroceram Grab-It with handle, with Blue Colonial House pattern Browning Skillet in Great Condition! A beautiful addition to your vintage kitchen or Corning Ware collection!

The Corning Ware Browning Skillets came as a free gift with purchase of the Amana Radarange Microwave Oven. This piece is coated with tin oxide on the bottom to allow for browning during microwave cooking. Range-style taste with the efficiency of a Microwave Oven!

Size: 7" diameter x 10" x 2"
Maker's Mark: "BROWNING SKILLET / MADE EXPRESSLY FOR /
THE AMANA (R) / RADARANGE (R) / MICROWAVE OVEN / BY CORNING (R) MADE IN U.S.A." - stamp maker's mark on base
Date: 1970s

As with most vintage and antique items, this Corning Ware shows usage wear (light wear on the base and interior). I personally restore and clean each piece by hand; no stains but previous owners might have left scratches! This dish 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! Special instructions for using your Browning Skillet in your microwave can be found here:
https://www.microwavecookingforone.com/Charts/Browner.html
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.
Vintage Corning Ware Blue Colonial House Browning Skillet. 1970s 6" Pyroceram Grab-It with handle, with Blue Colonial House pattern Browning Skillet in Great Condition! A beautiful addition to your vintage kitchen or Corning Ware collection!

The Corning Ware Browning Skillets came as a free gift with purchase of the Amana Radarange Microwave Oven. This piece is coated with tin oxide on the bottom to allow for browning during microwave cooking. Range-style taste with the efficiency of a Microwave Oven!

Size: 7" diameter x 10" x 2"
Maker's Mark: "BROWNING SKILLET / MADE EXPRESSLY FOR /
THE AMANA (R) / RADARANGE (R) / MICROWAVE OVEN / BY CORNING (R) MADE IN U.S.A." - stamp maker's mark on base
Date: 1970s

As with most vintage and antique items, this Corning Ware shows usage wear (light wear on the base and interior). I personally restore and clean each piece by hand; no stains but previous owners might have left scratches! This dish 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! Special instructions for using your Browning Skillet in your microwave can be found here:
https://www.microwavecookingforone.com/Charts/Browner.html
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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