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Vintage Pyrex

Pyrex Flameware smoked glass single-handled bowl

Did you know that Corning Glass introduced the first glass ovenware, made of a new, clear, heat-resistant material, Pyrex, in 1915? The Flameware line was introduced in 1934, and this old smoked glass Pyrex Flameware bowl may well be about that old! It stands 3" tall with diameters of 6" at the base and 8" at the rim exclusive of the 2-1/4" x 3/4" tab handle on one side. Bottom is marked with wording that you have to read “from the top” through the glass. A center circle contains the word “Pyrex” with “T.M. Reg.” above and “U.S. Pat. Off.” below. Above the circle is the word “Flameware” with the flame logo above. Below the circle is “Made in U.S.A.” and below that is D-1 and 833.B. Grandma obviously loved this bowl and used it a lot. It shows definite scuffing and scratching, plus some small nicks at the interior rim, but it’s still perfectly usable, and just a neat old bowl. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex clear glass baking dish

I don’t know how anyone gets along without at least one of these 9" x 13" Pyrex baking dishes in their kitchen. I have two that I use constantly for everything from casseroles to cakes, and you may be sure that neither one is for sale here at the Trading Post! This one is marked “Pyrex” on the bottom, as well as “233-A”, “Corning, NY USA”, “3 QT - 3 L”, “13 x 9 x 2 IN”, “For Oven and Microwave”, and “No rangetop or broiler”. We have two of these dishes, and price is for each. One also carries an “X8" on its bottom and the other an “X12". Both are very lightly used – not by me – and have only minimal utensil scratching to the interiors. One has some small fleabites at its interior rim and the other has a shallow chip at one of its tab handles, undoubtedly from being bottom man on the totem pole when its mate was carelessly stacked on top of it. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 each + s/h


  only 2 available


Pyrex round casserole dish

This vintage Pyrex clear glass casserole dish has a rim diameter of 8-3/4", measures 9-3/4" across at the handles, and stands 3" tall. Marked “T.M. Reg. Pyrex U.S. Pat. Off.” on the bottom, around which are “684-B-024-624-5" at the top and “A-FF” at the bottom. Lightly used condition with one chip at the rim and usage scuffing on the interior. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex smoked glass covered casserole

Here is a large smoked glass covered casserole by Pyrex. Bowl measures 10" across at the handles and 3" tall, with diameters of 8-3/4" at the rim and 4" at the base. When lidded, the piece stands 5-1/4" high to the top of its lid knob. Bowl bottom is marked “Pyrex” and says “For oven and microwave. No stovetop or broiler. Corning, N.Y. U.S.A.” Also carries the numbers 024, 21, and 34, as well as 11, followed by a diagonal mark. Very attractive deep smoky color. This bowl and lid are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or even usage scuffing. I doubt it’s ever been used. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $18.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Vintage Pyrex bowl

I have a sneaking suspicion that this clear glass Pyrex bowl is waaay vintage. Even though it’s in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, it’s starting to develop that yellowish cast associated with older glass pieces. Featuring a 1/2" rim and upturned scalloped handles, the bowl is just shy of 8" in diameter, measures 9-1/2" across at the handles, and stands 3" tall. Circular design on bottom exterior says “Pyrex” in the middle, surrounded by “T.M. Reg” at the top and “U.S. Pat. Off.” at the bottom, as well as two symbols that look like backward dollar signs! One handle is marked “O 23-OR-623-B” and the other is marked “S - D.” Excellent vintage condition with definite usage scuffing on the interior, but no damage whatsoever. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex milk glass bowl

The Pyrex folks are trying to drive me nuts with this vintage milk glass bowl! The bottom is clearly marked, but you need to read the markings “head on” through the bowl, and the glass isn’t translucent enough to do that! So reading backwards, here’s what the bottom markings say in a circular design: a big “Pyrex” in the center , surrounded by “Trade Mark” at the top (above which is “023 11 150 T”) and “Made in U.S.A.” at the bottom, below which is the number 29. Whew! Didn’t know that part of the job description for Trading Post Proprietress was the ability to read backwards! At any rate, this bowl’s diameters are 7-7/8" at the rim and 3-1/2" at the base. It measures 9-1/4" across from handle to handle and stands 2-7/8" tall. Shows light usage scuffing inside, but in otherwise perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex 8-cup measuring cup

You say you need a really large measuring cup? This huge heavy clear glass Pyrex measuring cup certainly meets that criteria and it’s especially useful since it measures in both English and metric units. On one side, large easy to read red markings measure from 2 cups (16 oz / 1 pint) to 8 cups (64 oz / 2 quarts), while on the other side the measurements are from 500 ml (1/2 liter) to 2000 ml (2 liters). And notice the European spelling of “litre.” Also marked “Pyrex” in large red letters on each side, and “12" on the bottom. Rim is 7-1/2" in diameter, base is 4" in diameter, cup measures 10" across from pouring spout to handle, and stands 5-1/4" tall. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex loaf pan

This Pyrex rectangular clear glass loaf pan measures 10" across at the handles x 4-7/8" x 3" tall. Perfect size for a 1-lb loaf of bread. Bottom markings are in a circular design with a big “Pyrex” in the center , surrounded by “Trade Mark” at the top (above which is “213 1-1/2 QT.”) and “Made in U.S.A.” at the bottom, below which is “AA - 25.” Shows light usage scuffing inside, but is in otherwise perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Pyrex 10" deep dish pie plate

How many times did your grandma come into the dining room at the end of a family dinner proudly bearing a scrumptious still-warm pie in one of these beautiful Pyrex clear glass deep dish pie plates with crimped edges and double handles? Yeah, everyone may have groaned that we were too full for dessert, but how could we resist one of her made-from-scratch masterpieces? This pie plate stands 1-7/8" high with diameters of 10" at the top and 8" at the base. Marked “Pyrex,” “Trade Mark,” “Made in U.S.A.,” “229 - 10 inch,” and “1 - 1.” These old pie plates are becoming harder and harder to find without chips or cracks, but ours is in virtually pristine condition, with minor usage scuffing to the interior and only one very shallow chip on the underside of one handle. See our slightly smaller version listed immediately below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex 9-1/2" deep dish pie plate

This vintage Pyrex deep dish pie plate is the slightly smaller version of the larger one listed immediately above, and for the longest time I thought they were twins. This one also stands 1-7/8" high and has a 10" top diameter, but its base diameter is 7-3/4". How this translates to a 9-1/2" pie plate is a mystery to me, but that’s how it’s marked on the bottom. I think this is a newer pie plate than the one above. The Pyrex logo looks different. Still has the big “Pyrex” in the center with “Trade Mark” above and “Made in U.S.A.” below, but now in addition to the identification mark of “229 - 9-1/2 inch,” we also have “L-24” and the word “Ovenware.” This pie plate is in absolutely perfect condition and I doubt it’s ever been used. It has only a couple of light scratches, undoubtedly from being stacked. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pyrex small pie plate

I’m not absolutely sure this is a pie plate. It’s shaped like one, but it might be a casserole lid that lost its dish ages ago! Whatever its originally intended purpose, it stands 1-3/8" high with diameters of 7-7/8" at the top and 5-1/2" at the bottom (or vice versa if it’s a lid). It measures a shade over 8-1/2" across at its two lug handles, one of which is marked “Pyrex” and the other of which is marked “C-P” and “683C.” There’s also a mark imbedded in the glass on one side that looks for all the world like a tiny swan, or there I go hallucinating again! No nicks or cracks, but several shallow chips around the edge. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $6.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Pair of Pyrex pie plates

This is a pair of clear glass vintage Pyrex pie plates that stand 1-1/4" tall with diameters of 9-1/2" at the outside rim and 7" at the bottom. Bottoms marked “Pyrex” with “T.M. Reg.” above and “U.S. Pat. Off.” below, plus the number 209. One of them also says “”B-D” and the other says “E-T.” Both are in gently used condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, but show usage scuffing and scratching consistent with their age. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 for the pair + s/h

** SOLD **


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