Vintage Glasbake 1 Quart Casserole Dish - Primrose Dream Pattern #235 - Jeanette Glass 1960's
Primrose Dream... the modern way to store, serve and cook foods. From refrigerator... to oven... to table... (from a 1960's ad for Glasbake by Jeanette)
The history of this milk glass dish dates all the way back to the early 1900s, even though the dish itself wasn't made until the 1960s. A competitor to Pyrex, Glasbake dishes were created by the McKee Glass Company beginning in 1917 to assist home cooks with storage, serving, and cooking needs.
With the ability to do three kitchen jobs at once, Glasbake dishes could go straight from the fridge to the oven to the table without breaking, a thrifty time-saving and space-saving concept. The McKee Glass Company and the Glasbake brand changed hands over many decades throughout the 20th century, finally coming to rest with the Jeanette Glass Company in the 1960s, which was when this casserole dish was made.
A pale shade of pastel avocado, this floral pattern was called Primrose Dream and was sold in both individual pieces and also convenience sets which could include up to 40 pieces of various sizes and shapes. This listing is for the 1-quart casserole size, an ideal capacity for a two-portion meal.
- 1 quart size
- Marked on bottom with the series #235 1 QT Made in USA Ovenware
- Primrose Dream pattern
- Fridge to oven to table capability
Contains no chips or cracks. Contains a matte finish, instead of a glossy finish, most likely because this dish was washed frequently in a modern-day dishwasher which can take the sheen off of vintage bakeware. This casserole dish does not come with a lid.
Measures 10" inches (length) x 6" inches (width) x 2.5" inches (height)
Pair this vintage dish with other vintage casserole dishes in white and green for a fun, retro mix and match set for a unique and visually interesting collection.