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Overwhelmingly, the Blue Cornflower emblem is known as the decoration found on Corning Ware cookware since 1958. Not just a pattern, the "little blue flower" also was adopted as a company logo. For a short time, Corelle was decorated with a variation of this familiar design, but it did not debut until well after the Corning Ware pattern's 1988 discontinuance. Corning Ware cookware was introduced in 1964 with the Buffet Server product line. Advertising described it as elegant, versatile and timeless, complementing "both traditional and contemporary, formal and informal table settings". The development of this line was prompted by consumer surveys that discovered "an increase in informal buffet style entertaining", and also responded to "interest in larger oven-to-table serving dishes.

For Sale: A Lovely Small Rectangle Casserole Dish with Glass Lid - Cornflower Blue - Vintage Corning Ware. This dish and glass lid are in EXCELLENT condition. No cracks, chips, only a small amount of vintage ware. Rectangular & measures 7 1/4 inches long by 6 inches wide, the base is 3 1/4 inches deep. Pyrex Glass Lid. Capacity is 1.5 Quarts.

This piece is the perfect addition to your Cornflower Blue Collection. It is the perfect size for a side dish - such as corn, potatoes, or rice.

Lovely Small Rectangle Casserole Dish with Glass Lid - Cornflower Blue - Vintage Corning Ware

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Only ships within United States.
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