Pyrex Tableware from Restaurants?

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MichelleD
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Pyrex Tableware from Restaurants?

Post by MichelleD » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:56 am

I'm trying to learn a little about these patterns that I found in my mom's attic before they make it to the Goodwill Store. We are getting rid of so much stuff but I thought these were so neat! Has anyone ever seen anything like these before? I can't find much information about them.
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MichelleD
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Re: Pyrex Tableware from Restaurants?

Post by MichelleD » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:57 am

This is the last of the plates
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Re: Pyrex Tableware from Restaurants?

Post by Doug D. » Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:56 am

Corning offered custom Pyrex dinnerware, most of which seen is that of hotels, restaurants, and military branches. The Pacific Air Forces pattern is also seen with the bands unbroken. The red pattern on the bowl is called Chariot, and is also seen on plates and other pieces.

Several others at: http://pyrexpassion.com/pattern-reference.html

1970 tableware catalog showing Chariot: http://exhibitdb.cmog.org/opacimages/Im ... 108737.pdf

1971 tableware catalog showing custom pattern availability: http://exhibitdb.cmog.org/opacimages/Im ... 108722.pdf

Jeff Tevyaw
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Re: Pyrex Tableware from Restaurants?

Post by Jeff Tevyaw » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:13 am

The Pacific Air Forces pieces are very desirable. Yhe customized RY pieces have not been IDed yet. as far as I know. The Chariot ID from Doug is correct too. Good finds.

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