Identifiers / Alternate Names: Country "Amish" Farming scene featuring farmer and wife holding a bushel of crops. Surrounding them are crops in the field, wheat sheafs tied together, roosters and corn plants. Turquoise on White and the reverse color scheme is the most common, with other possibilities being and orange-yellow on white and a pink on white color scheme. The smallest refrigerator box has no farmers on it, only the rooster and corn showing. Also known as: Amish, Farmer & Wife, Buttercup, Rooster & Corn
Item Type: 440 Series Cinderella Mixing Bowls Set
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)
Original Box#s: 440-SP
We know very little about the off-color Butterprint items, except that they do exist and are generally more rare than turquoise Butterprint. If you do a seach on Ebay there’s always a lot of turquoise butterprint dishes and only one or two Orange or Pink Butterprint items.
At least it’s pretty clear which items that Orange Butterprint patterns appear on, and that is on Cinderella Mixing Bowls. Unlike the Turquoise Cinderella ones, the color scheme does not alternate normal and reversed among the bowls. There are 4 Cinderella Mixing bowl sizes, #441 1 1/2 pints, #442 1 1/2 quarts, #443 2 1/2 quarts and #444 4 quarts and all of them are orange on white in color. I’ve called it orange, but others call it yellow or yellow-gold.
I don’t think this was a promotional item but just that it was manufactured for release only during a certain period of time. But it seems like it is given the short supply compared to the turquoise items.
Update 3/08: Recently spotted a boxed set for the first time with a 440-SP number on it.
Pyrex Butterprint Orange Cinderella Mixing Bowls