Vintage Corning Ware Wildflower 6 Cup Teapot P-108
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Vintage Corning Ware Wildflower 6 Cup Teapot # P-108. Corning Ware was first produced in 1957, it is made of a special material called Pyroceram. Pyroceram was invented in the late 1950's and is a special mixture of glass and crystalline ceramic that Corning Ware holds the patent on, it is made to withstand both heat and cold.
Several years ago Corning Ware was sold the few pieces they still make is now made in China and is not made of pyroceram like the earlier pieces, newer pieces are marked Made in China and are made of a ceramic material. This teapot is the Wildflower pattern, it was the most popular pattern and longest pattern produced by Corning, introduced in 1977 and discontinued in 1984.
This teapot is the medium size, it holds six cups, p-108 and has the metal lid. It is 6 1/2" tall to the top of the handle, is in excellent condition, no chips, inside rim has some very light marks on the inside from the lid being pulled off and on, not visible from outside. It has the shinny metal style lid, one of the harder to find styles. It would be a wonderful addition to your set or perfect for everyday use!
Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern as well as other pieces of vintage Corning Ware. Shipping is less for combined purchases then the above quoted individual cost per item combined and will be adjusted after your order is placed.
- Reference #
- Type / Pattern
- Corning Ware
- 1977 to 1984
- Country of Origin
- United States
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- Weight: 3 pounds
- 6 Cup Teapot