Corning Inc. (New York, USA) Pyrex Turquoise Butterprint 1.5 Quart Mixing Bowls, A Pair

$ 35.00

A pair of turquoise and white bowls in the "Butterprint" (aka "Amish Butterprint" or "Turquoise Butterprint") pattern from Pyrex featuring an Amish couple holding a bushel of wheat surrounded by a repeating pattern of roosters, corn stalks, and wheat.  The bowls measure 7 1/4" across the rim, stand 3 5/8", and have a 1.5 quart capacity.  The bottom of each bowl is impressed with the same information but appear to be of different years:  "402 1 1/2 quart Made Mark 15 (the other has the number 18) Pyrex Made in USA Oven Ware."  The condition of both bowls is excellent, clean, and with little to no scratching to the turquoise graphics. 

Corning Glass Works and Pyrex

From Wikipedia:  Pyrex was created in 1915 when chemists at Corning Glass Works invented a new kind of borosilicate glass that could withstand extreme temperature fluctuations.  Soon after, popular over-to-table-to-refrigerator household kitchenware was introduced.  The continued popularity of Pyrex over the years saw the creation of nested and Cinderella mixing bowls, casseroles, divided servers, refrigerator sets, carafes, and dinnerware (to name a few) in bright colors and lively patterns.