Published by Corning Glass Works, ca. Being embossed rather than incised, and the material being glass, it is obviously molded in rather than stamped.
CMGL 141075, See full book here: http://rakow.cmog.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=141075, Detail of bottom of Pyrex Coffee Percolator with Glass Handle. Electric Coffee Maker vs.
Pyrex has become an icon in most American homes, in the forms of clear borosilicate bakeware, sets of patterned opal ware, and stovetop FLAMEWARE. Published in Saturday Evening Post, October 3, 1942, pp. See below for an example. CMGL 98334, http://rakow.cmog.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=98334, An extra Christmas gift for you: These ornaments are not Pyrex brand glass but the advertisement does tout them as being from “the makers of famous Pyrex ware!”, “Now! CMGL 123439, See full catalog here: http://rakow.cmog.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=123439, Pyrex 12 Cup Carafe with Electric Warming Tray, made by Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY, 1950s or 60s. CMGL 139514, http://rakow.cmog.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=139514, Pyrex: transparent ovenware, E-41. European Pyrex is still made from borosilicate. Made by Corning Glass Works, Charleroi, PA, 1961. CMGL 142579, For full pdf of catalog see the library record here: http://rakow.cmog.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=142579, Pyrex Matched Set of Casserole and Custard Cups in Original Box made by Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY, probably 1938-1945. Trade catalog published by Corning Glass Works, consumer Products Division, Corning, NY, 1961. 2010.4.1534, http://www.cmog.org/artwork/pyrex-set-6-custard-cups-original-box, “Saucepans of glass: a new creation in Pyrex ware for cooking directly on the flame.” Published by Corning Glass Works, 1935. Sponsored by Corelle Brands. about Pyrex Nursing Bottle with Original Box, about Exciting... New Cinderella Bowl Set by Pyrex. Engraved Pyrex Casserole with Lid and Holder, glass by Corning Glass Works, made in Corning, NY, metal by Faberware, made in New York, probably 1916-1925.
. Morley Brothers, made in Saginaw, MI, circa 1919-1925. 2007.4.100, http://www.cmog.org/artwork/covered-pyrex-teapot, Pyrex table saver. of Archives and Record Management. Up to 50% reductions on popular Pyrex brand dishes bring these Christmas gifts down to bargain prices! The earliest #402 bowl was definitely more of an orange-red hue, described in advertising as "Chinese Red". “Foods will look so appetizing: oven-baked and table-served in Pyrex,” Corning Glass Works, Published in Ladies’ Home Journal, December 1925. In the regions of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, the PYREX (all uppercase) brand is licensed by International Cookware for use on their borosilicate glass products. of Archives and Record Management. Page 8 of Pyrex ware 1970. Trade catalog published by Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY, probably 1975.
The mirror was cast by Corning during 1934–1936 out of borosilicate glass. about Fifty new designs and reduced prices for PYREX, about Engraved Pyrex Gold Tint Casserole (Round), about Pyrex Souvenir Pen and Case for the New York World’s Fair 1939, about “New tests prove that foods bake more perfectly this way.”, about “Come to the Pyrex ovenware birthday party” advertisement, about White Pyrex adds distinction to the table : baking and serving ware of utility and exceptional beauty, about Price list of Pyrex: the golden tinted transparent ovenware (British catalog).