Pattern: Harvest Home
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Multicolor pattern from the 80s consisting of wheat sheaves and flower / plant clusters in nice shades of brown, orange and yellow. Harvest Home is often confused with Autumn Harvest, but that may not be far off since it is assumed that they were meant to be compatible with Autumn Harvest Corelle items. In fact, there are only a few items in Harvest Home - mugs and sugar / creamer sets. Also known as: Autumn Harvest, Fall Harvest, Wheat Harvest
Item Type: C Handle Coffee Tea Mugs
Years Manufactured: 1981 - ?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: No Number (10 oz)
Harvest Home is great pattern only appears on a few Pyrex items: sugar / creamers sets and these “Coffee-Tea” C-handle style mugs. Released in 1981, the Corelle pattern only had these items in Pyrex. There is well-grounded speculation that they were meant to be compatible with the popular Autumn Harvest pattern which DID have many different Pyrex items and existed at the the same time that Harvest Home did. Autumn Harvest, however, did not have dinnerware.
CindyMuffin has theorized that it may have something to do with the fact that Harvest Home is a multi-colored pattern while Autumn Harvest is mono-colored. The pattern consists of Autumn and Fall themed wheat stalks, flowers and plants clusters in a rust brown, orange and yellow color.
One interesting thing I noticed about the mug is that the pattern does not “cross” the seam of the mug, but instead of a complete ending as in many other patterns, the pattern actually looks like it is cut off as seen below.
These hold around 9-10 ounces and have no ID number on them, just the usual Pyrex squarish stamp on bottom. I’m not sure about how common these mugs are - I do know that I’ve come across Butterfly Gold and Old Town Blue patterns in these style mugs many more times than Harvest Home.