A band with the farmer and his wife, stalks of corn, corn sheaves and roosters. This pattern came in turquoise on white and reversed, pink on white, and orange on white. The largest variety was in the turquoise/white combination. Some sets were produced in alternating colors, and some sets were produced with all pieces being turquoise on white.
This pattern seems to be the most popular of all the Pyrex patterns - at least for the tremendous amount I see of it for sale! Many items were made in this pattern since its introduction in 1957, and an amazing amount of it. Some dinnerware was apparently also made in this pattern, but all I have seen is a butter dish.
I had originally listed that this pattern was introduced in 1959; however, I recently found an ad from the Ladies' Home Journal, listed as being from 1957, that showed this pattern and the Gooseberry pattern being produced in the Cinderella mixing bowl set #440 that year.
Items available in this pattern included:
Nesting Bowl Set #400
Cinderella Mixing Bowl Set #440 (also in orange on white)
Cinderella Bake, Serve & Store Set #470 (also in pink on white)
Cinderella Round Bake Set #480
Refrigerator Dish Set #500
1.25 Qt Oblong Casserole #548
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