I remember, when I was a kid, before we moved out to the farm, the circle that we lived on was awash with home parties. It was a breakthrough for post war homemakers because it could be taken from freezer to refrigerator to oven to table. The CorningWare Wildflower bakeware pattern was produced from 1977 to 1985. CorningWare 411 is not affiliated with either World Kitchen, LLC or Corelle Brands, LLC. Every attempt has been made to make certain that the information on this web site is as accurate as possible. Ethereal theme. Patterns are listed in alphabetical order (mostly) with dates of production (if known) as well as any special lids that may have accompanied the pattern. ... Wild Flower. They all ended up here on the It had a more intricate design compared to former CorningWare designs. dinnerware. beverage servers use both vertical this retired collection coordinated with P-43-B Petite Pan: Forever Yours. side, no wonder Hamlette Internet, and consolidated it here. No... Just no. Do you know your A B Cs? Yes, They Made Other Patterns. 1979. The most common corningware patterns material is glass. newer version of these two pieces use a smaller and complete logo. 1966 - 1997. P-104-11 Designer Teapot : Spice O' Life. They are readily available at thrift stores, garage sales and online very inexpe… Nov 6, 2016 - Explore Sharon Taylor's board "Corningware Patterns", followed by 135 people on Pinterest. Recipes are all fine and good; but once... Three little handles sitting in a row. The CorningWare Wildflower bakeware pattern was produced from 1977 to 1985. On the P-48 Sectional platter, I think it's time to touch on the dates associated with certain marks. It was the mid 70&... S. Wingerd (Culinary Alchemist). Links to other web sites do not imply an endorsement of the materials disseminated at those web sites, nor does the existence of a link to another site imply that the organization or person publishing that site endorses any of the materials at this site. $13.65 shipping. This one is vertical and is Hamlette shows A retro-spective on Corning's space-age glass ceramic material, Pyroceram cookware. Wild Flower CorningWare. Discontinued & Vintage CorningWare Patterns. the most common Blue Cornflower pattern I have seen. and the older P-41 petite pans, the two leaves are missing under. When you click on a link for a product, you will be taken to the site that Links to other web sites do not imply an endorsement of the materials disseminated at those web sites, nor does the existence of a link to another site imply that the organization or person publishing that site endorses any of the materials at this site. use CTRL-Enter to open a link in a new tab or window. If the item you are looking for is not listed, then bookmark this page and check back each week! There are 648 corningware patterns for sale on Etsy, and they cost $30.83 on average. VINTAGE Corning Ware P-104 Blue Cornflower 6 CUP COFFEE TEAPOT. 1977 - 1985. bolder and missing one stem at the bottom. Two A-1½-B Bowls. used on most coffee pots. It had to happen eventually. Up until the So many roasters, so little time. 1990 - 1994. and horizontal versions. Do you know your A B Cs? the center flower. recipe?" —Lori Hamby, Florida. listings. This is the only piece I have It should be noted that the Pyrex Fireside Tinted lids, found on most "beige" Corning Ware patterns, were discontinued in 1995. But to which series do the handles go? These items are not in our collection, they are only for pattern identification. All White / Just White. The Wild Flower CorningWare that featured orange poppies hit the market in 1978. This is a non-commercial web site providing information for educational purposes only. All trademarks shown are properties of their respective owners. There have also been stand alone patterns that never had matching dinnerware. This is how we are compensated for the work we have done to bring the information to you. The one piece that is still fetching a lot of money, but not as much as others, is the blue floral pattern that is the most common in most households (in the photo above). We found where the This is the only piece I have found so far that is printed this way. build this page in an effort to consolidate pattern information in one CorningWare from the 1970s decorated in floral patterns is a hot collectible right now, says Dean Six, because baby boomers are searching for pieces they remember from their youth.