Pyrex Rainbow Stripe is a collection of mixing bowls that was produced from to If you need replacement or additional pieces for your collection of Pyrex Rainbow Stripe, monitor this page on a weekly basis for new listings. If you are in a hurry, here's what's available right now for immediate purchase:.
Southwestern frenzy, trips to Tiawana and the romanticism of travel to Mexico found its way into the hearts of the American people and onto the sides of our tableware. The 30s and 40s were a time of exuberant optimism and the designs of Frederick Rhead's pottery, coming out of Newell West Virginia couldn't be more representative of the era. Circa The bread and butter plate is an essential part of a tablewares selection. The humble 6" bread and butter plate is perhaps the cornerstone piece of a potteries line.
Brush-McCoy Pottery Co. Despite never producing a single cookie jar while it existed, an ever growing number of new jars are marked Brush McCoy. To understand the difference between Brush-McCoy and Brush McCoy, we need to go back to the first-quarter of the century.
The Rainbow Stripes Mixing Bowls series are some really cute examples of older pyrex bowls. They are less common than some of the other series and are easily recognizable from their color band striped sides. The actual stripes consist of a solid band with two thinner lines on either side of the band.
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