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It’s been popular ever since, even after the 1998 switch from borosilicate to the cheaper and even more thermal resistant tempered glass.
When the clear-glass ovenware debuted in 1915, it was considered a boon to kitchens everywhere because now chefs (and housewives) could keep an eye on their food while it was cooking.
We feature vintage Pyrex glass by Corning, including loaf pans, bean pots, utility pans, and a nice variety of etched and mounted casseroles.
The pieces you will see here are almost all pre-WWII, and most are from the pre-1930s period.
If you can add anything to our descriptions, we would deeply appreciate it. We have remodeled because the museum was simply getting too large for one page.
It was later expanded to include clear and opal ware products made of soda-lime glass.
Corning no longer manufactures or markets consumer glass kitchenware and bakeware.
14 x12" oil on board of stone fence signed Georgie Moss Campbell33.10 1/4 x 8 1/4'" landscape of lake scene with boats, oil on board34.
Regina & more, INDIGENOUS ART/ARTIFACTS: primitive stone hand axe, 5' wooden bow, ornate bow w/wooden pull, ornate decorated walking sticks, 7' hand carved totem pole, stone sculptures to include 6" soapstone otter, 5" owl, 15 1/2 x 8" bone sculpture of mythical creature - combination fish and eagle, 4 3/4" stone carving of mother & child, lidded quill box, ART LIST:1.Many collectors love Pyrex simply because it reminds them of childhood.For still others, the fun of Pyrex is in the thrill of the hunt.We have divided the pieces up into different rooms according to their uses.