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Cornflower Blue 2-1/2 qt lidded casserole

This is one of the classic Cornflower Blue 2-1/2 quart lidded casseroles produced by Corning Glass from 1958-1971. It stands 3-1/2" high, rising to 5-3/4" when lidded, and measures 10-3/8" across at its lug handles. Bottom is stamped “Corning Ware, 2-1/2 Qt., P-2 1/2-B, Made in U.S.A.” Gently domed lid has a 2" diameter knob surrounded by one circle. Its lip is marked “Pyrex ® A-9-C” on one side and “29” on the other. We have two of these lidded casseroles and price is for each. Both casserole are in pristine condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, scratches, or even scuffing. Lids have minor scratches on their under sides. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 each + s/h

** both sold **

 

Cornflower Blue 2-qt lidded casserole

This is one of the Cornflower Blue 2-quart lidded casseroles produced by Corning Glass beginning in 1972, as evidenced by its straighter sides and squarer shape than the original casseroles produced from 1958-71. It stands 2-1/2" high, rising to 4-3/4" when lidded, and measures 10-1/4" across at its lug handles. Bottom stamp has faded almost completely away, but in just the right light you can see “2 Quart, Corning Ware, For range and microwave, U.S.A.” Gently domed lid has a 1-7/8" diameter knob surrounded by one circle. Its lip is marked “34 Pyrex ® A-9-C” on one side. Both the the casserole and the lid are in pristine condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. Casserole exterior bottom shows scuffing. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $35.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Cornflower Blue 1-3/4 qt casserole

This is one of the classic Cornflower Blue 1-3/4 quart Corning Ware casserole dishes produced by Corning Glass from 1958-1971. Standing 3-1/2" tall, it measures 8-7/8" across at its two lug handles, and its rim is a 7-1/8" square with gently rounded corners. Sports the three blue cornflowers and foliage both front and back. Bottom carries the Corning Ware logo and is stamped “Corning Ware, 1 3/4 Qt., P-1 3/4-B, Made in U.S.A.” We have five of these casseroles and price is for each. Excellent condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Exterior bottoms shows slight usage scuffing, as do the handle tips, undoubtedly from a detachable handle being taken on and off for years. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 each + s/h

** all 5 sold **

 

Cornflower Blue 1-1/2 qt casserole

This is one of the classic Cornflower Blue 1-1/2 quart Corning Ware casserole dishes produced by Corning Glass from 1958-1971. Standing 3" tall, it measures 9" across at its two lug handles, and its rim is a 7" square with gently rounded corners. Sports the three blue cornflowers and foliage both front and back. Bottom is stamped “Corning Ware, 1 1/2 Qt., P-1 1/2-B, Made in U.S.A.” We have four of these 1-1/2 qt casseroles and price is for each. Three are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, but slight usage scuffing; fourth one has one tiny nick at its rim. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 each + s/h

** all 4 sold **

 

Cornflower Blue 1.5 liter casserole

This is a Cornflower Blue 1.5 liter casserole. In terms of capacity, it is virtually identical to the 1-1/2 Quart casserole listed immediately above (1.5 ltr being 1.58 qts), but this one represents the Corning Ware design change in 1972. It stands 2-7/8" tall, has straighter sides, maintains the 7" square rim with gently rounded corners, but measures 8-3/4" across at its lug handles which are considerably wider, being 2-1/2" rather than 2". The underside of one handle is embossed “Corning Ware ®” and the underside of the other is embossed “A-1 1/2-B 1.5 Liter.” Great vintage condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Interior bottom shows some utensil scratching and exterior bottom has a few scuff marks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

Cornflower Blue 1-1/2 qt lidded casserole

This is a 1-1/2 qt Cornflower Blue casserole that represents the Corning Ware design change in 1972. It stands 2-7/8" tall, has straighter sides, maintains the 7" square rim with gently rounded corners, but measures 8-3/4" across at its lug handles which are considerably wider, being 2-1/2" rather than 2". It appears to be unmarked on the bottom, but in just the right light you can barely make out the markings. The glass lid has a 2" diameter concave knob and is marked A-7-C on one side and A-47 on another. Both the casserole and the lid look like they’ve never been used.  (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

Cornflower Blue 1 qt casserole

This is one of the classic Cornflower Blue 1 quart Corning Ware casserole dishes produced by Corning Glass from 1958-1971. Standing 2-1/4" tall, it measures 9" across at its two lug handles, and its rim is a 7" square with gently rounded corners. Sports the three blue cornflowers and foliage both front and back. Bottom carries the Corning Ware logo and is stamped “Corning Ware, 1 Qt., P-1-B, Made in U.S.A.” We have six of these casseroles and price is for each. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Slight usage scuffing on their exteriors, particularly on the handle tips, undoubtedly from a detachable handle being taken on and off for years. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 each + s/h

** all 6 sold **

 

Cornflower Blue 1 qt lidded casserole

This is a 1-qt Cornflower Blue casserole that reflects the Corning Ware design change in 1972. It stands 1-7/8" tall, has straighter sides, maintains the 7" square rim with gently rounded corners, but measures 8-3/4" across at its lug handles which are considerably wider, being 2-1/2" rather than 2". It appears to be unmarked on the bottom, but in just the right light you can see “A-1-H, 1 Quart, Corning Ware, For Range and Microwave, U.S.A.” White plastic lid is marked Corningware on its top and is marked “A-1-PC, Made in U.S.A.” on its bottom, as well as “Cover for refrigerator, freezer and microwave use. Do not use cover in conventional oven. Dishwasher top rack only.” Lid fits securely and neither it nor the casserole looks like it’s ever been used.  (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $22.50 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

Cornflower Blue 4-qt lidded Dutch Oven with rack

What an amazing find – an authentic Cornflower Blue 4-qt. Dutch Oven complete with lid AND metal rack! I about flipped when Ol’ Swaphos and I found this one at an estate sale, and since I’ve never seen one with its rack still there, he had to do some major arm twisting before I “agreed” to sell it to you rather than keep it for myself! (Is refusing to sell a Dutch Oven really grounds for divorce??) At any rate, this Dutch Oven measures 11-1/2" x 12-3/8" at its wide flared rim (so easy for carrying, even when using potholders) and is right at 4" tall, rising to 7-1/2" tall when lidded with its heavy domed glass lid, its bottom a 10-3/8" square with rounded corners. It has one of the smaller 1" diameter knobs, surrounded by two concentric circles. The removable metal rack is 8-1/16" x 8-1/2" and its two outer cross pieces bend down to make four feet, keeping your roasting meat and vegetables out of the juice. The underside of one of the Dutch Oven’s handles is stamped “Corning Ware, Dutch Oven, P-34-B, 4 Qts, Made in U.S.A.” The lid rim is marked “P-12-C” on one side and “3” on the other. Unbelievably, this whole set looks like it’s never been used. No nicks, chips, cracks, scratches, or scuffing. Even the rack is pristine! I promise to try my darndest to keep them that way for you, but I’m truly, truly dying to use this set myself, so you’d better grab it up quick! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $80.00 + s/h & insurance

** SOLD **

 

Cornflower Blue 4-qt lidded Dutch Oven - no rack

This Cornflower Blue 4-qt Dutch Oven and lid are virtually identical to the set listed immediately above, but this set has no metal rack. Dutch Oven’s description, size, and markings are exactly the same as above. Lid size and description is also exactly the same, but this lid’s rim is marked “3” on one side. We have three of these lidded Dutch Ovens and all look like they’ve never been used. No nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $75.00 each + s/h & insurance

 

  ** 2 sold ** 1 remaining **

 

Cornflower Blue Electromatic skillet

This Cornflower Blue Electromatic skillet consists of three pieces: an electric “hotplate” base unit and a large lidded Cornflower Blue flat-bottomed skillet. The base unit measures 15" across and 3-3/8" high at its large handles, with an electrical box on one side with attached cord. Knob dial lets you choose heat from 200-425 degrees. On-off light next to the dial lets you know when the unit is on. Handle units also have feet to keep the hotplate safely above the counter or buffet table and allow air to circulate underneath. Pyroceram top and sides, with metal bottom plate to completely enclose the cooking unit. Metal bottom plate on the electrical box says “Corning Ware Electric Skillet Model P-12-ES, 115 V, 1400 W, A-C Only, Do not immerse in water”, and carries the UL mark. Large flat-bottomed Cornflower Blue skillet stands 2-1/8" tall, rising to 5-1/4" tall when lidded with its heavy domed glass lid with large knob handle, and measures 10-3/8" x 12" across at its wide lug handles. Bottom appears to be completely unmarked, but in just the right light you can see “A-10, 9-3/4 x 9-3/4 x 2, For range and microwave, U.S.A.” The Electromatic skillet was produced by Corning Ware from 1961-1976. Great for the buffet table or as an extra counter-top “burner,” especially in the summer when you don’t want to add additional heat to the kitchen by using the range. All three pieces are in great condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or any damage to the electrical unit or cord. Interestingly, the skillet looks like it’s never been used, but the base unit has, confirming that my mom wasn’t the only one who used her base unit as an extra “burner” or warming plate with all kinds of glass cookware and bakeware, not just her Cornflower Blue skillet! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $90.00 + s/h & insurance

** SOLD **

 

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