I’ve not seen one with this exact shade and have no idea if it is a Pyrex bowl or not. Afraid I don’t know anything about Pyrex/Fire-King at all and have very few reference materials.
I assume that the rim, shape of the bowl and shape of the foot would be all someone in the know would need to identify this bowl. If anyone knows, I would be grateful to have the information.
Although yesterday was sunny and I SHOULD have been out in my garden I decided to take a long overdue drive into Around the Block. They had a great deal of beautiful ‘new’ cut glass. I wish I knew more about cut glass history and patterns. My visit to the Dorflinger Glass Museum with its beautiful pieces was very inspiring.
I picked up this pretty quartet of pink water goblets. Central Glass Works’ line #1426. Lovely, obvious diamond optic with the twisted, spiral stem.
The reference in Schmidt’s book – Glass Works: the Depression Era – indicates that Tiffin and Bryce also made similar stems, although he thinks that Bryce’s line was only in crystal. I am going with these as Central’s pieces, but will happily stand corrected.
Schmidt says that this line was also produced in crystal, green and combinations of crystal and colour.
Although pink glass ware isn’t my favourite (I like crystal or cobalt) these are very appealing.