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Who wants pristine vintage Corningware?

kaleokahu | Mar 12, 202107:20 PM    

I recently discovered the Mother Lode of 1960s Corningware pyroceram in the original white cornflower pattern. 4 each in the 1 and 1.5Q casseroles, a couple mediums (2Q?) with covers, and two substantially larger pieces with larger rims and a cover. I also found a round pie plate, two chafing stands, and a detachable handle. Most show no swear at all, but a couple smaller pieces have bottom scuffs.

Also, plenty of vintage 60s USA-Corning (not World Kitchen) Pyrex baking pans, including some larger sizes I've never seen before.

PM me if you're interested or photos.

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