Corning Ware has been a staple in the American kitchen since the late 1950s. In the sixties and seventies when you got married or started setting up a kitchen you got Corning Ware, it's as simple as that.
And when you think about Corning Ware, the Blue Cornflower design is what typically comes to mind. That design only lasted thirty years, no wonder we all know it!
The Complete Guide to Corning Ware and Visions Cookware
If you're one of those folks who can't pass by a garage sale or flea market you know how often pieces of Corning Ware show up. This is one of those books that will quickly pay for itself, as you identify those rare and hard to find pieces for your collection or later re-selling.
Corning Ware Prices - Text List
Back in the sixties and seventies, who would have ever thought those simple white and blue flowered saucepans and casseroles would one day be a hot collectible? Well, perhaps they are not hot yet, but they are sought after and selling for more than one might expect. Prices should only go up. Luckily there are enough common pieces to satisfy the casual collector and for those incurable collectors among us -- enough rare ones to make it a fun hunt.
Corning Ware Pictures and Prices
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Since Corning Ware is just about indestructable, it's still plentiful, but prices are rising as folks are starting to look at it with a collector's eye. Over the years many different designs were produced by Corning, shown are some of the different patterns that were available.