Object Name: 
Saucepan with Cover and Candle Warmer

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Object Name: 
Saucepan with Cover and Candle Warmer
Accession Number: 
98.4.424
Dimensions: 
H: 14.4 cm; W: 22.2 cm; L: 26.7 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
About 1975
Credit Line: 
Gift of Corning Inc., Dept. of Archives and Record Management
Primary Description: 
Opaque white and colorless non-lead glass; black, brown, brownish red, and green decoration; glass-ceramic (Pyroceram), borosilicate; black plastic, white metal plate; pressed, screen printed; a) deep square shaped saucepan; machine finished rim with rounded corners; two handles, are opposite each other, have squared off ends and sides that flare out to rim; sides of pan tapered in to bottom, bottom rounded in to base, "Winter" scene including barns, horses, sleigh, trees, steeple, and bunny printed onto both sides of dish without handles, artist's name printed in lower right hand corner of print; slightly depressed flat base with rounded corner, Corning Ware ® trademark printed onto base; b) square shaped cover; round knob with concave top, bottom of knob tapered in to cover; cover domed, two raised concentric circles in middle of cover around knob; flat rim with rounded corners, "P-9-C-1" molded into one side of top of rim, "E-17" molded into opposite side; inside retaining rim on underside of cover; c) oblong shaped candle warmer; concave metal top, ends have oblong shaped cut-outs, outer edges of cut-outs form handles, handles wrapped in plastic; center of top depressed, bottom of depressed area flat, one screw in each rounded corner, hole in center for plastic candle holder; holder extends down, has four rectangular cut-outs at top, sides tapered in, flat base; warmer has four plastic legs, one at each corner on underside of depressed area.
Provenance: 
Corning Inc., Dept. of Archives and Record Management, Former Collection