:) At Pakistani we are committed to providing you a safe and friendly environment where you can comfortably meet that special someone.:) Welcome to Pakistani Lounge.com, your compatible Pakistani singles & friendship community.She received it NIB and it came with a round rattan trivet! It was a hostess party gift for Stanley products, one of the many collaborations Pyrex has done over the years.From Shannon: The box reads: Pyrex designer 4078 Daisy 1 qt covered round casserole with Rattan Trivet. The pattern has tiny gold flowers that reminds us of a stencil design, on a lovely soft pink background.As we all know, the “Eyes” bowls (as they have been affectionately called by Pyrex collectors over the years) are only in 401 and 403, are unmarked, but we recognize the classic Pyrex bowl shape so well that we all guessed they had to be Pyrex.Well, Laura of forgetmenotsonmemorylane found one of the Pyrex holy grails when she came across this set in a box.I just had to contact the seller to ask for permission to use her photos, and she was kind enough to oblige.Finally, there’s an answer to the mystery of the “Eyes” mixing bowl set.
I am so curious as to where and how she got the casserole, but I guess we’ll never know.
It came with a bracket, and the box is marked “Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York.” No “Pyrex” printed anywhere. Like Laura, I also speculate the 50s/60s because of the popularity of turquoise and the atomic “eyes” pattern, but until we can see an actual catalog page, it will still remain one small mystery.
What a great find, Laura, and thank you SO much for letting us share your photos!
Now that’s one of the biggest Holy Grails of Pyrex!
Of the years we’ve been collecting Pyrex, we have only seen it in a photo, in the Steinhauer/Rogove book.