Pattern: Solid Colors
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Various color shades, but all completely solid colored on the Pyrex item. Also known as: Primary Colors, Multi-Colored, Yellow Red Green Blue
Item Type: Souffle Dishes or Ramekins
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: all unmarked (1.5 pint, 1.5 quart, 2.5 quart)
I really would like to find out more information about these Pyrex Souffle Dishes if possible, so let us know if you know anything further about them.
There are 3 Souffle Dishes in the set that I know about… I don’t know if there is a larger 4th size, similar to mixing bowl sets. I also don’t know if the colors varied, but the set we have has 3 of these casserole ramekins. The smallest is solid reddish-orange, similar to the Friendship Bird red and from basic measurements is 1.5 pints. The middle size is opal white and is 1.5 quarts and the largest souffle dish is 2.5 quarts and is a slightly darkened yellow. Pictures of each follow:
The most interesting thing about these vintage pyrex pieces is the sides of the souffle which have vertical ridges like that on a turbine. They are rather “sharply” cut so that food tends to stick in there - and maybe this is why they weren’t as popular as other Pyrex items. The bottom of each is marked only with “Trademark Pyrex Made In U.S.A.” and a batch mold number. The capacity of each was figured out by using measuring cups. With no IDs to go on, identification of these has proved even more difficult.
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