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I've mostly seen this Pyrex design described as Pyrex Teardrop, but it's correct name is "Pyrex Sculptured Ovenware" circa 1972-1979. This is the 1 1/2 Quart Covered Casserole that measures 7 1/2 inches across by 2 3/4 inches deep. There are no chips or cracks but the base is showing some wear from use. Nothing serious, unless you look at the close ups of the light scuffs, water spots and fingerprints in the last photo of the bottom!

After lots of research, I found this from one of my favorite sites, corellecorner.com:

" "The only way we could improve Pyrex was to make it more beautiful," said a Corning product manager when Sculptured Ovenware debuted in early 1972. Resembling cut crystal, round bowls embellished with a teardrop design formed the basis of the product line. When equipped with lids, the bowls became casseroles, Bowls are not marked with capacities or model numbers, but they can be identified by their diameters: 16 oz = 5½", 1½ Qt = 7¾", 2½ Qt = 8¾", 4 Qt = 10¼". In general, Sculptured Ovenware does not have many markings at all. Bowls and trays are branded "Pyrex" in tiny lettering, and lids are not even marked with a brand name. Other product information that typically appears on Pyrex is also absent. Sculptured Ovenware in clear Pyrex disappeared about 1979, but the shape was revived in the early 1980s with a dark brown Fireside tint."

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Vintage Pyrex Sculptured Ovenware Teardrop Design Covered Casserole 1 and a Half Quarts circa 1972

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Glass, Pyrex
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  • Only ships to United States from Arizona, United States.
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