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    Posted 3 months ago

    flashlarue
    (193 items)

    Libbey glass company manufactured sets of glasses which matched Correlle's harvest gold pirex dinner set. These are 3 of the prettiest glasses.

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    1. valentino97 valentino97, 3 months ago
      Time frame?
    2. Daisy1000 Daisy1000, 3 months ago
      Good morning. Corning (Corelle) began production of the dinnerware set in 1970. And the Libbey production of these glasses occurred in the 1970s, as well. I do not have the exact year production began. Now known as Butterfly Gold, the compliment dinnerware was the favoured of the four sets popular in the 1970s; and is, again, the most popular of that decades‘ collectible Corelle.
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 3 months ago
      Daisy1000, my mom owned Corelle dishes for decades....they are just about indestructible! Just this morning, I used one of her bowls that I brought home with me several years ago after her passing.
      Your glasses looked SO familiar to me, filled with milk: that’s just how I remember them, from back then! Another stroll down Memory Lane!! Nice.

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