JAJ PYREX (England) 'Wildfowl' Round Casseroles, Models 1.75 pint and 4.5 pint

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JAJ were the producers of PYREX bowls and bakeware in England from 1922 until the plant (in Sunderland, UK) closed in 2007. Items were back-stamped JAJ (short for James A Jobling) until the mid-1970s, which is when Corning purchased the company and items started production with the PYREX ENGLAND back-stamp.

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JAJ PYREX, Wildfowl, Round Casseroles

Small holds approx 1.75 pint (equiv. to US model #473, which holds 1L)
Large holds approx 4.5 pint (equiv. to US model #475, which holds 2.5L)

Produced from 1961

Pattern is bright and shiny, free from any colour damage (dishwasher damage). There are differences in the blue background, due to different manufacturing times - this is not damaged colouring. There are no chips or cracks.

There is a lid for the small version, but not the large.