Corning Glass Works

Bakeware includes casseroles, plates, pans, etc. Also oven door plates, percolator flasks and tops; made from a low expansion boro-silicate glass of unique properties, marketed under the trademark “PYREX.”

Coming Glass Works have made the production of technical glassware their special field for fifty years. They maintain the most fully equipped laboratory in the world devoted to the study of the technical problems of glass manufacture.

The results of research conducted in Corning Glass Works have revolutionized some very important industries during the past twenty years.

We stand ready to cooperate with any manufacturer by developing special glasses to meet the particular requirements of his service if our present list does not afford exactly what is needed.

The service of our chemists and physicists is at your disposal. Our designers can determine how to prevent unnecessary expense and how to secure maximum efficiency by avoiding unsuitable designs.

Pyrex by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, American Cookery Magazine, October 1916

Pyrex by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, American Cookery Magazine, October 1916

Pyrex Transparent Oven Dishes by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, Good Housekeeping Magazine, October 1920.

Pyrex Transparent Oven Dishes by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, Good Housekeeping Magazine, October 1920.

Pyrex Transparent Oven Dishes by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, Good Housekeeping Magazine, March 1921.

Pyrex Transparent Oven Dishes by Corning Glass Works Advertisement, Good Housekeeping Magazine, March 1921.

Pyrex - The Foundation of a Good Pie Advertisemet by Corning Glass Works, Good Housekeeping Magazine, May 1921.

Pyrex - The Foundation of a Good Pie Advertisemet by Corning Glass Works, Good Housekeeping Magazine, May 1921.

Return to Top of Page

Epicurean Vintage Advertising
GG Archives

Support This Site - The Future of Our Past

Vintage Ads

Improve Your Family History Through Illustrations

Make Your Family History More Readable Through Illustrations From the GG Archives