Pattern: Spring Blossom Green
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Shares same elements of pattern with "Crazy Daisy", and is often counted as variations of one pattern with Crazy Daisy being the "earlier" version. Solid and outlined green flowers on white (or reversed) are the basic pattern. Spring Blossom often has fan-shaped 4 leaf clusters instead of three leaf ones as well as dots that are both colored in and hollow. There are no single leaf motifs as well. Also known as: Crazy Daisy, Daisy Flowers, Spring Daisies, Green Flowers
Item Type: Tableware Compatibles Creamer and Sugar
Years Manufactured: 1970s-?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #722 (creamer), no number for sugar(?)
Original Box#s: 53-1
This is the standard Creamer and Sugar that was sold as Pyrex Compatibles which were meant to be a “perfect match for Corelle Livingware.” The Spring Blossom Green pattern was and still is extremely popular. I’m not as familiar with this series as with the taller creamer and sugar set that looks more like the standard D-handle Pyrex cups. These are actually quite a bit smaller.
There is no marking on the bottom to denote the capacity, but they look like they would hold about 1 cup. The pattern is the exact same Spring Blossom green flower band that is found on Corelle plates and mugs.
The creamer has a handle and small spout. The bottom reads “Pyrex brand tableware by Corning” along with a #722.
Interestingly, for the set that we picked up, the sugar bowl didn’t have the Tableware denotation on the bottom. In fact, it reads “Corning - Made in U.S.A.” along with the old Glassblower logo! This is kind of strange, and I wonder if our set came from 2 different places. This sugar bowl also comes with a flat clear lid, but ours didn’t have that either. Update 6/2007: We’ve since found out that this is the case for all of these sets - the bottoms of the sugar read Corning instead of the usual Tableware designation.
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