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Author Topic: 2 JAJ heat resistant casserole dishes  (Read 3026 times)

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Offline Anne E.B.

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2 JAJ heat resistant casserole dishes
« on: April 12, 2008, 03:07:24 PM »
Just thought I'd show these heat resistant casserole dishes.  I'm avoiding using the "P" word - just in case ;D  The bottom one just bought today.  Both marked JAJ (James A.Jobling). 

The pattern on the top one, I discovered, thanks to this great website showing JAJ patterns is 'Briarwood' c.1972-3 (marked 524 on the base).   However, I haven't yet found the pattern number for the bottom dish (marked 513) which which has a really retro design which I absolutely love.

This is another great website with patterns for Pyrex

Anne E.B


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