CorningWare's range/oven-to-table service first featured the blue 'Cornflower' pattern decoration, designed by Joseph Baum, an artist at the Charles Brunelle Advertising Agency in Hartford, Connecticut. It became the trademark of Corning consumer products for three decades. Following the 'Cornflower' pattern, many additional patterns were offered by Corning over the years.
This casserole dish is a harder to find 9 inch square shallow dish which would originally have come with a clear glass lid, this one does not
In excellent condition with no chips or scratches, only minor visible wear with a miniscule amount of burned on grease in the crevices of the handles as pictured