Object of the Week: Pyrex Flameware Saucepan

Pyrex Flameware Saucepan with Detachable Metal Handle and Original Label

Pyrex Flameware Saucepan with Detachable Metal Handle and Original Label, made by Corning Glass Works in Corning, NY, about 1936-1948. Gift of Thomas P. Dimitroff. 2005.4.197.

Made by Corning Glass Works in about 1936-1948, this Pyrex Flameware Saucepan features a detachable metal handle. The original paper label sits in the bottom of the pan and includes the following text: “The modern easy way for top of stove cooking.”

Pyrex Flameware Saucepan with Detachable Metal Handle and Original Label, made by Corning Glass Works in Corning, NY, about 1936-1948. Gift of Thomas P. Dimitroff. 2005.4.197.


Interested in learning more about Pyrex? Check out our exhibit, America’s Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex, on view until March 17, 2016 at The Corning Museum of Glass.

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