Item Type: Pie Plate Series 206
Years Manufactured: 1950 - ?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #206 (6 inch fluted)
This small individual pie plate is a good example of the variety that Pyrex pie plates have gone through. As we said before, we are including all the “standard” pie plates on this page, but we will continue to list the more uncommon varieties on separate pages.
This history of the 206 6 inch pie plate, according to the Pyrex book by Rogove and Steinhauer, is interesting because the standard version was originally discontinued very early on in 1926. However, in 1950 they reintroduced the #206 6 inch pie plate as an individual casserole with a fluted rim, which looked similar to some of the custard cups. You can see the picture of the pie plate on page 83 of the Rogove and Steinhauer book. In our picture above, we’ve shown it next to a quarter to show how small it actually is.
This particular version was continued up until at least the mid 60s. The plate is marked “Ovenware 206 6-Inch” inside the standard Pyrex backstamp.
Some people call this a “tart” dish instead of a fluted pie plate so keep that in mind if you’re on the lookout for this particular size.
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