Identifiers / Alternate Names: Pattern consists of gooseberry leaves, flowers and berries, most commonly seen in Pink on opal white, but also reversed with white on pink as well as black gooseberries on a white or yellow solid color background. There is a version that is goldleaf on beige. Also known as: Onion Berries, Leaves and Berries, Acorn, Grape Leaves
Item Type: Cinderella Mixing Bowl Set Series 440
Years Manufactured: 1957 - ?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #441 (1.5 pint) #442 (1.5 quart) #443 (2.5 quart) #444 (4 quart)
This is a very unusual Gooseberry Pyrex color which is goldleaf on a beige pattern. It’s very reminiscient of the Golden Acorn pattern. We haven’t seen this color scheme too many times - definitely more rare than the black, yellow and white variety of gooseberry.
We aren’t certain about the actual numbers of these produced and whether or not it was a promo or special item. The pattern itself is an older one, dating from the 50s. For the Cinderella bowl set, the usual 4 bowls #441-#444 are present - the colors don’t alternate between the bowls like some sets. All four bowls are goldleaf gooseberry pattern on a very light beige-yellow color.
Thank you to HotforPyrex whose photo of the 4 bowls we’ve featured above. Note that goldleaf patterned pyrex items can be very susceptible to wear. Use caution when washing and storing them.