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This is a 6 cup Corning Ware teapot made from the original pyroceram This VERY rare Indian Summer pattern was only produced from 1976 - 1977.
Used very good. May have normal usage wear to bottom. No major flaws.
Unique material, enabling the performance of a technical ceramic with the versatility of an advanced polymer, MACOR® MGC offers opportunities for value add .
A watercolor pencil & water soluble graphite ACEO painting of a little mouse who has found a feast of candy corns!
Heap of many ripe orange corn cobs together
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The Corning Museum of Glass exhibit includes advertisements, ephemera and a wide variety of products from the brand's history: everything from an elegant cut-glass teapot from the '30s to casserole dishes in psychedelic hues from the '70s. In a large
One recommendation from the local weekly: An Irish breakfast at Swing the Teapot, a fine replica of what you might find in Ireland, with eggs, toast, bacon, beans, and black and white pudding, a uniquely Irish sausage made from oatmeal (white) and
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club soda, lemonade, lime juice, sugar, water
pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring
cheddar cheese, monterey jack cheese, butter, garlic powder, milk, onions, paprika, ranch dressing, trout
butter, flour, potato, milk, onions, salt
The Complete Cut & Engraved Glass of Corning brings to the field of glass collecting a rich storehouse of detailed information from unpublished original catalog material in the Corning archives, including long-lost pattern identification. A priceless aid to identifying pieces of cut or engraved glass, this classic edition takes a comprehensive look at the companies, craftsmen, and techniques that made Corning the country's largest and most prestigious producer of cut and engraved glass at the beginning of the twentieth century. The Complete Cut & Engraved Glass of Corning has been updated to reflect the present-day locations (museums or private residences) of the pieces illustrated. The Afterword describes the cutting and engraving of glass in Corning during the last twenty years.
(Corning Museum of Glass) Early products included the typical Pyrex casserole dishes, as well as pie plates, shirred egg dishes, custard cups, loaf pans, oval baking dishes, cut-glass teapots and engraved dishes. In 1925, the Pyrex liquid measuring cup was ...
HOTSTUFF20 Alice Corning's ceramic teapot at the Gump's exhibit of artistic teapots, called Treasured Vessels. These pictures were made on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008, in San Francisco, CA. KATY RADDATZ/The Chronicle MANDATORY CREDIT FOR PHOTOG AND SAN FRANCISCO ...
CORNING, N.Y. (AP) — Plenty of Americans grew up in families where standard kitchen supplies included a Corningware teapot or casserole dish, each piece bearing a distinctive small blue flower emblazoned on white ceramic. Sea glass: Dale Chihuly's ...
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Product Description Corning Spice of Life (Spice o' Life) Teapot Tea Pot 6 cup w/lid
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Corning Ware Profile: Teapots (1960) The P-104 (6 cup) Corning Ware teapot entered the market in 1960. An exact date of discontinuance is not known, but Shadow Iris ...