Today I have two oval dishes to share. I seem to have many oval pieces, but most of them are Fire King and Glasbake, so I won't be sharing those this week. I have two oval pieces of Pyrex.
A number 33 (? it's the only number on the bottom besides the capacity) 1 1/2 quart oval non-divided dish. Snowflake pattern, white on Charcoal. Very attractive! Looks like production of this pattern began in 1957, but I am unsure when production ended. I love this piece, and the color combination is the least common of the snowflake color combinations. I'm imagining it filled with macaroni and cheese this winter! Yum! Comfort food in a vintage dish.
This divided oval dish is piece number 16 (?) and is also a 1 1/2 quart capacity piece. The pattern on this piece is Early American, with gold figures on a brown background. The clear lid is in excellent condition as is the dish itself. Actually, this piece is so perfect, I question if it was ever even used! According to Pyrex Love, this pattern was manufactured beginning in 1961, but I do not know when the pattern was discontinued.
Be sure to come back tomorrow for more!