Double Broiler Insert and Saucepan

Object Name: 
Double Broiler Insert and Saucepan

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Object Name: 
Double Broiler Insert and Saucepan
Accession Number: 
2005.4.82
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 16 cm, W: 26.5 cm, D: 22 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1962
Credit Line: 
Gift of Everett and Carol Norris
Primary Description: 
Double Broiler Insert and Saucepan. “Cornflower” pattern. Pyro-ceram, glass; machine-made, assembled. White square-shaped bowl with deep sides, two handles and two cornflower symbols on opposite sides. Second smaller white square-shaped bowl that fits inside the first. Second bowl has a protruding lip, two handles and two cornflower symbols on opposite sides. Glass square-shaped lid with knob handle.
Pattern Name: 
Cornflower
Provenance: 
Norris, Carol, Former Collection
Norris, Everett, Former Collection
Color: 
Inscription: 
(small black star symbol)/CORNING WARE/P-17-B
Inscribed
on bottom of smaller bowl in black
PYREX, (R in circle)/A-5
Inscribed
on cover
(small blue star symbol)/CORNING WARE/2 ½ QT., P-2½-B/MADE IN U.S.A.
Inscribed
on bottom of larger bowl in blue