Prototype for the "Corning Counter That Cooks" Stovetop

Object Name: 
Prototype for the "Corning Counter That Cooks" Stovetop

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Object Name: 
Prototype for the "Corning Counter That Cooks" Stovetop
Accession Number: 
2015.4.19
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 7 cm, W: 33.7 cm, D: 26.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1960-1969
Credit Line: 
Gift of Jerry E. Wright
Primary Description: 
Prototype for the "Corning Counter That Cooks" Stovetop. White machine-made Pyroceram glass, aluminum, wood laminate, plastic, electrical cord.
Provenance: 
Wright, Jerry E. (American, b. 1932), Source
2015-09-23
Color: 
Technique: 
Inscription: 
150 / 175 / 225 / 275 / 325 / 375 / 425 / OFF
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Printed on faceplate around dial
CORNING WARE ® / 1400 W O / ELECTROMATIC COOKING CENTER
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Printed on faceplate