Colonial (1964-65)

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[above] CR200 – 2 pint round casseroles (left), RS12 – 12 ounce ramekins (middle), CC400 – 4 pint chicken casserole (top right), COB400 – 4 pint oblong casserole (bottom right)

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[above left] RS12 – 12 ounce ramekins, CR200 – 2 pint round casserole and CC400 – 4 pint chicken casserole in Spanish Olive
[above right] RS12 – 12 ounce ramekins, CR200 – 2 pint round casserole and COB400 – 4 pint oblong casserole in Parisian Tan

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[above] two-thirds of the mixing bowl set, in Parisian Tan

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[above left and right] COB400 – 4 pint oblong casserole in Delft Blue

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[above] part of the set of 3 mixing bowls: OMB6 – 6 pint mixing bowl, OMB712 – 7.5 pint mixing bowl and OMB912 – 9.5 pint mixing bowl in Delft Blue

A very big thank you to Nikki for the image of the Delft Blue mixing bowls; you can view her collection via her Flickr page here.

— Official Pattern Name:
Colonial

— Collector’s Nickname:
Horse and Cart

— Circa:
1964-65

— Common Backstamp:
Agee Pyrex

— Colour Variations:
Parisian Tan
Spanish Olive
Delft Blue

— Models:

CC400 – 4 pint Chicken Casserole
COB400 – 4 pint Oblong Casserole

CR112 – 1.5 pint Round Casserole
CR212 – 2.5 pint Round Casserole
CR200 – 2 pint Round Casserole
CR300 – 3 pint Round Casserole

CO134 – 1.75 pint Oval Casserole

DD200 – 2 pint Divided Dish

RS12 – 12 ounce Square Ramekin

Mixing Bowls, set of three:
– OMB6 – 6 pint Mixing bowl
– OMB712 – 7.5 pint Mixing Bowl
– OMB912 – 9.5 pint Mixing Bowl

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