4 Pyrex Mixing Bowls

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4 Pyrex Mixing Bowls

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Object Name: 
4 Pyrex Mixing Bowls
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Interesting Facts about Pattern: - Sandalwood was one of the earliest patterns released. Pattern Description: Sandalwood was one of the earliest patterns released, but it did not resonate well with the consumer market so was discontinued after only a yearlong run. Initially it was produced only on a Cinderella Bowl set (440-5) and a Bake, Serve and Store set (470-5). A refrigerator set and a butter dish were released later. Sandalwood was produced as either a tan pattern on a white background or a white pattern on a tan background.
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Williams, Dianne, Source
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4 Pyrex Mixing Bowls in "Sandalwood" Pattern. Opaque white opalware glass, screen-printed cream color and white enamel; mold-pressed. Circular white bowls with handles and decorated with band of leaves.