Pattern: Golden Honeysuckle
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Pattern consists of honeysuckle-like plants consisting of starburst shaped flowers and leaves on flowing stems. Most often seen as goldleaf on a fired-on white background on opal white colored oblong casseroles which are unique in shape (which sometimes came withsolid walnut undertrays). The pattern has also been seen on 943 or 945 style oval casseroles in olive green on opal white and the reverse color. Also known as: Starflower, Honeysuckle, Shenandoah (incorrect, this is another pattern)
Item Type: Oblong Curved Casserole Series 933
Years Manufactured: 1962-1963
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #033 (1.5 quart) w/ #935 cover
Original Box#s: #3363 (w/ Walnut Tray), #? (without)
Thank you to Merebearlandon for this picture of this 1.5 quart size Golden Honeysuckle casserole. These goldleaf honeysuckle-patterned casseroles have a unique shape with handles that are actually undercut on the bottom for very easy carrying. The casserole itself has a very interesting shape - they are all oblong shaped, but are more “curved” for lack of a better word. We are calling them oblong curved to distinguish them from other oblong Pyrex casseroles and bakers.
The pattern is goldleaf on fired-on white on white Pyrex. They came with matching clear curved lid with a knob on top. We know that at least some of them came with a wonderful Walnut Serving Tray with short legs that looks very vintage modern. We are unsure if all of the models came with and without the walnut trays, but we are sure that SOME of them did since we’ve seen original boxes that do not list the walnut tray on the box.
Some specifics: the casserole measures approximately 12.5 inches long, 8.25 inches wide and 2 inches deep. It uses a #935 lid (11 inches x 8 inches) and the base is marked 033. Interestingly, this is the same lid size as the 2.5 quart deep casserole
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