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 pink on white (1.5 pint) #442 white on pink (1.5 quart) #443 pink on white (2.5 quart) #444 white on pink (4 quart)
Original Box#s: 440-18WGB
The Gooseberry Pyrex pattern is very popular even though it is not a tremendously rare pattern (except for the goldleaf gooseberry). This is especially true of the pink gooseberry items, which command more attention than the black, yellow and white variety. The pattern is an older one, dating from the 50s. For the Cinderella bowl set, the usual 4 bowls #441-#444 are present with alternating Pink Gooseberry patterns on White and White Gooseberry patterns on Pink.
Thank you to BabyG06 whose photo of the 4 bowls we’ve featured above. Note, we’ve heard that the pink gooseberry patterns (and older patterns in general) can be very susceptible to wear. Use caution when washing these in anything other than mild soap and lukewarm water.