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Clear glass lid - 7-1/4"

If I remember correctly, this was the first all-glass lid design Corning Ware made to top its original Cornflower Blue casserole dishes produced from 1958-1971. Its rim is a 7-1/4" square with gently rounded corners and it stands 1-3/4" tall to the top of its 1-1/4" diameter slightly concave glass knob. It features a 1/2" lip and two concentric circles around the knob. Fits the Cornflower Blue 1-qt, 1-1/2 qt, and 1-3/4 qt casseroles and the similarly sized Spice of Life caseroles. We have three of these lids and price is for each. All are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h

** All 3 sold **

 

Clear glass lid - 7-1/8”

This clear glass Corning Ware lid is slightly smaller than the one listed immediately above, having a rim that’s 7-1/8" square with gently rounded corners. It also stands 1-3/4" tall to the top of its 1-1/4" diameter slightly concave glass knob, but its lip is a shade narrower and there’s only one circle around its knob. One side of the rim is marked “P-7-C” and the other carries the number 25.  Fits the Cornflower Blue 1-qt, 1-1/2 qt, and 1-3/4 qt casseroles and the similarly sized Spice of Life caseroles. We have six of these lids and price is for each. All are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h

** All 6 sold **

 

Clear glass lid - 7"

This is the later version of the clear glass Corning Ware lid and reflects the design changes of 1972. Its rim is a 7" square with rounded corners and it stands 2" tall to the top of its larger 1-7/8" diameter glass knob that is more deeply concave than the lids listed above. It also has a much narrower lip than those, and only one circle around its knob. Fits the Cornflower Blue 1-qt, 1-1/2 qt, and 1-3/4 qt casseroles and the similarly sized Spice of Life casseroles. We have eight of these lids and price is for each. All are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h

 ** All 8 sold **

 

Clear glass lid - 8"

This is one of Corning Ware’s larger lids. Its rim is an 8-3/4" square with gently rounded corners and it stands 2" tall to the top of its 1-1/4" diameter slightly concave glass knob. It has a 3/8" lip and would fit an 8" square dish. One side of the rim is marked “8,” and the other side is marked “P-9-C-1.” Excellent condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, but slight roughness at several places around the bottom edge. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Large Corning Ware lid

This is a large heavy 10-3/8" x 10-3/8" square glass lid with gently rounded corners that fits the 9-1/4" square Corning Ware baking dishes. Stands 3-1/4" tall to the top of its 2" diameter concave knob. Three of the lip edges are marked, one saying “Pyrex,” one carrying the number “27-B”, and a third carrying the number “A 12 C.” We have two of these lids and both are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 each + s/h

** Both Sold **

 

Large domed Corning Ware lid

This large domed Corning Ware lid is 10-3/8" x 10-3/8" with gently rounded corners. Its inner ring is 9-1/2" square, so it fits the 9" and 10" Corning Ware skillets and 4-qt Dutch ovens. It stands 3" tall to the top of its 1" diameter knob that’s surrounded by two concentric circles. Its narrow lip rim is marked 20 on one side. Great vintage condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, but considerable surface scratching that in no way affects its usage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $17.50 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Metal casserole caddy

This is one of the classic 6-7/8" x 10" metal caddies specifically designed by Corning Ware to hold their original Cornflower Blue casserole dishes produced from 1958-1971. Bottom of one crosspiece carries the Corning Ware logo and is marked “Corning Ware” and bottom of the other crosspiece is marked “P-11-M.” With one of these, the dish could (and did) go straight from the stove or oven onto the table for serving. We always had at least two on our family holiday table for years and years, no matter whose house we gathered at -- one to hold my green bean casserole with crumbled potato chip topping and the other to hold Mom’s famous baked corn. A whole generation of kids grew up convinced that turkey vs. ham is a choice, but you can’t have ANY holiday dinner without green bean casserole and baked corn, both served up in style in Corning Ware Cornflower Blue casserole dishes cradled in their respective caddies! We have two of these nifty caddies (not MY two, I assure you!) and price is for each. Both are in perfect condition with no dings. They fit the 1-qt, 1-1/2 qt, or 1-3/4 qt Cornflower Blue casseroles, but not the Spice of Life casseroles. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h

** both sold **

 

Corning Ware candle warmer

This nifty chrome candle warmer with black plastic handles and feet was one of Corning Ware’s early accessory pieces produced from 1961-1972. It fits the original Cornflower Blue 1 qt, 1-1/2 qt, and 1-3/4 qt casseroles (which Corning called “Party Buffets” for selling as a set with this warmer). The 2" x 1-3/8" deep center well originally held a candle, allowing food to stay warm while being served from a buffet or at the table. It measures 6-7/8" x 10-1/8" across at its handles and stands 2-1/2" tall at its center and 3" tall at its upswept handles. Also fits the similarly sized Spice of Life casseroles, and the candle well could also hold a sterno can if you’d like to use this piece as a fondue stand. We have two of these candle warmers and price is for each. Both are in perfect condition with no dings or dents. Candles not included.  (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 each + s/h

 

  ** 1 sold ** 1 remaining **

 

Detachable handle

This is one of the original 2-1/2" x 7-1/4" detachable handles produced by Corning Ware to fit over the lug handles of its Cornflower-Blue casserole dishes produced from 1959-1971. For those of you not old enough to remember how these work, let me enlighten you. Rotate the black handle tip a quarter turn to the left. Slide the metal portion over one of the casserole’s lug handles. Rotate the black plastic piece back to the upright position to lock the handle in place, and voila! Now your casserole is a saucepan! Yes, we could actually use the original Corning Ware pieces on the stovetop as well as in the oven! (That was well before most people had microwave ovens, of course, so that option didn’t occur to us until years later.) Marked “Corning Ware” on the bottom of the metal portion, as well as “Pat. No. 2,851,299.” We have five of these nifty handles and price is for each. All are in perfect condition, work perfectly, and fit over the 2” lug handles of the original Cornflower Blue casseroles and skillets, but not the wider handles of the Cornflower Blue pieces produced from 1972 onward or the Spice of Life casseroles introduced that year. Sure wish I had a dime for every time I’ve used one of these over the past 45+ years. Talk about a retirement nestegg!! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h

 

  ** 4 sold ** 1 remaining **

 

The accessory pieces listed below are not Corning Ware, but were produced by other companies to coordinate with Corning’s most popular patterns, particularly Spice of Life. Corning Glass never manufactured dispenser-type serving accessories such as salt & pepper shakers, creamers, sugars, vinegar & oil cruets, mustard & catsup sets, syrup pitchers, etc. This left a market void eagerly filled by various companies, notably Gemco, Dispensers, Inc. (Starline and Dripcut), and Dominion Glass of Canada.

Gemco Spice of Life sugar bowl & cream pitcher

This large lidded sugar bowl and cream pitcher were produced by Gemco to coordinate with Corning Ware’s Spice of Life pattern. The sugar bowl is 4-1/2" in diameter and stands 4-1/2" tall in front and 3-3/4" in back when lidded with its slanting screw-on top. The front of the lid curves in to allow a spoon handle to protrude and the whole front section flips up on hinges to access the sugar inside. Underside of flip-up section is marked “Gemco, Made in U.S.A. Pat.” White ceramic bowl has a colorful vegetable medley decoration on two sides, underneath which is “Le Sucrier.” Bowl base is embossed “Gemco U.S.A.” The cream pitcher is 3-1/4" in diameter, measures 5" across at its handle, and stands 4-3/4" high at the lip and 4-3/8" high at the handle. Hinged lid flips up by pressing the grooved thumb piece in back. Underside of lid is marked “Gemco.” White ceramic body has two colorful vegetable medley decorations, underneath each of which is “Pot a Creme.” Base is unmarked except for an embossed circular mark. Both ceramic pieces are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Both lids have some scratches on the shiny “chrome” coating appropriate to their age. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $18.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Gemco Spice of Life salt & pepper dispensers

This is a pair of large salt and pepper dispensers produced by Gemco to coordinate with Corning Ware’s Spice of Life pattern. Shakers are 2-1/4" in diameter at their widest point and stand 4" high when lidded. The shiny screw-on lids feature white plastic top pieces that can be swiveled to either shake or pour out the contents. White ceramic bodies have a colorful vegetable medley decoration on front and say “La Saliere” and “Le Poivrier” respectively. Container bases are embossed “Gemco U.S.A.” Both ceramic pieces are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. The pepper lid has a scratch on its shiny “chrome” coating appropriate to its age. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Gemco Spice of Life salt & pepper shakers - shiny tops

This is pair of smaller salt and pepper shakers produced by Gemco to coordinate with Corning Ware’s Spice of Life pattern. Shakers are 1-3/8" in diameter at their widest point and stand 3-1/2" high when lidded with their shiny screw-on “chrome” shaker lids. Colorful vegetable medley wraps half way around each shaker, but no writing underneath. Great vintage condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks to the ceramic pieces and virtually no scratching to the shiny lids. The interior of one lid, presumably used on the salt shaker, shows some corrosion that in no way affects usage or the lid’s tight fit. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $14.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 set available

 

Gemco Spice of Life salt & pepper shakers - brown tops

This is another pair of salt and pepper shakers produced by Gemco to coordinate with Corning Ware’s Spice of Life pattern. Shakers are 1-3/8" in diameter at their widest point and stand 3-1/2" high when lidded with their brown screw-on shaker lids. Colorful vegetable medley wraps half way around each shaker, underneath which is “La Saliere” on the salt shaker and “Le Pourier” on the pepper shaker. Pristine condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks to the ceramic pieces or the plastic shaker tops. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $14.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Dispensers, Inc. Cornflower Blue salt & pepper set

This 4" tall salt and pepper set was produced by Dispensers, Inc. to coordinate with Corning Ware’s Cornflower Blue pattern. The shakers are 2-1/2" tall with diameters of 1-1/4" at their mouths and 1-3/4" at their bottoms. When lidded with their shiny slanting screw-on tops, they’re just shy of 3" in the front and 2-5/8" in the back. Each shaker sports three single blue cornflowers. Bottoms are marked “Dispensers, Inc. 902.” The salt shaker also says “2AW” and the pepper shaker says “22 AW.” Chrome finished lids have shaker holes and are marked “S” and “P” respectively. Interiors say “Dispensers, Inc. U.S.A. Pat. D184567.” Shakers sit in plastic wells inserted into the 2-1/4" x 4-1/2" chrome finished caddy that features a tall curved T-shaped handle for easy carrying. Caddy’s underside says “Dripcut Starline Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif., Made in U.S.A., Pat. No. D206,945” as well as “Starline Salt & Pepper Caddy No. 8000, Continental Group.” You seldom find these little “Cornflower Blue” salt and pepper shakers in usable condition, and they’re almost impossible to find with their caddy. All our pieces are in very good condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks to the glass, some corrosion to the interior of the salt lid that in no way affects usage, and the normal light scratching to the chrome always associated with these vintage pieces. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

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