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This is delightful, beautiful, practical classic PYREX ovenware casserole dish with lid.
Vintage Pyrex “Daisy” casserole lids, oversized orange & yellow flowers on white, a pattern is also commonly called “Sunflower”, was created by PYREX company in the beginning of 1960s (read about PYREX HISTORY below).

- There are marks on the bottom of this dish:
“045 2 1/2 QT”
“PYREX” with copyright symbol
“MADE IN THE U.S.A.”
“OVENWARE”
“2”

- There are marks on the lid’s handles:
“PYREX” is on one handle and “945 C18” on another handle.

- The measurements of this dish:
11” (28 cm) by 8.5” (21 cm) by 3” (8 cm) deep and 5” (12.5 cm) high with lid.
The dish’s and lid side handles are 1” (2.5 cm) wide.
Weight with lid: 4.80 pounds (2 kg 180 gm)

This dish is in very good vintage condition, other than some scuffing due to use, there are no chips or cracks.
This 2 1/2 Quart ovenware casserole dish with Lid is fully operational and functions as intended.
This lovely Orange and Yellow Daisy casserole dish would make a terrific addition to any Pyrex collection! 
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Please note: this is a vintage item, thus, some degree of wear should be expected. I try describe the condition of an item as well as I can, with photos adding to the description. If you have any questions, or notice any mistakes in my description, please contact me!
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PYREX History:
Pyrex glassware was introduced to the public in 1915 by the Corning Glass Works. According to Barbara E. Mauzy’s Pyrex: The Unauthorized Collectors Guide, there are 3 basic types of collectible Pyrex: Clear Pyrex Ovenware (introduced in 1915), Pyrex Flameware (1936 - 1979) and Pyrex Colors (1947 - ?). Of the three types, most people are familiar with the Colored Pyrexware because it is very distinct and there is a considerable amount of it still being used in households
The idea for Pyrex Glassware came from the industrious wife of a Corning Glass Works scientist who was frustrated with her unreliable casserole dish. Knowing the strength of the railroad signal lantern glass her husband worked with, she begged him to bring home something she could use in the kitchen. Voilà, the Pyrex baking dish was born. Two years later, Boston department store Jordan Marsh placed the first order for Pyrex Glassware. The rest, as they say, is history.
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Pyrex Casserole, Vintage PYREX Ovenware, Orange and Yellow Daisy, Sunflower, 2 1/2 Quart Casserole with Lid, Made in the USA Kitchenware

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Casserole, lid, glass, Pyrex, Pyrex glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 110 reviews
  • Favorited by: 61 people