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Snowflake Divided Casserole Dish

Snowflake Divided Casserole Dish

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: Glass
  • Gift message available
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From New Holstein, WI
Returns and exchanges accepted
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Description

There are some wear on the handles the pictures above show better details

Snowflake was introduced in 1956 along with Pink Daisy. While Pyrex had been producing solid color opalware for several years, Pink Daisy and Snowflake were the first patterned dishes to be released using the new screen-printing process. They were introduced as “NEW Pyrex Decorator Casseroles” and quickly gained a market with consumers.

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