One of the treasures that I found at the MCC Relief sale was this little 1 1/2 quart loaf pan with a lid.
It actually has straight sides but the magic of photography changed it to sloped sides.
I have had this Blue Cornflower pattern of Corning Ware since we have been married and of all the gifts we had received.....
the assortment of casseroles are in the same condition as they were in in 1978.
Of course...you can still buy these products but if they are purchased new they won't have the stamp on the bottom which says MADE IN CANADA.
You can still find them for sale ...
but finding them with a Stamp made in Canada might be a bit harder.
They don't make Corning Ware like they used to.
It was first introduced in 1958 and was then made of a glass ceramic material which could be used on stove top and under the broiler..
When it was sold in the late 90's they changed the product to a ceramic stoneware.
Make sure if you are looking for vintage pieces it is either made in Canada or the US.
I had 4 different sized casseroles complete with lids...
and now I have five.
Do you have a pattern of Corning Ware from the olden days?
That was the first of the treasures I found.
I'll share more tomorrow.
I've already used this sweet little short loaf pan and likely will for the rest of my kitchen cooking days.
all for now...