Vintage Corning Corelle Spring Blossom Crazy Daisy Cups Saucers Set
Set/lot of Vintage Corelle Spring Blossom Crazy Daisy Cups and Saucers (green). There are six open handle cups and seven saucers in this numerically mismatched set/lot. While the actual pattern was introduced by designer Sarah Balbach in 1970, the open handle cups weren't introduced until early 1974. These gems will hold between 6-7 ounces of liquid. Accompanying saucers are approximately 6 1/4 inches in diameter.
These dishes, specifically, are made of Vitrelle, a tempered glass that is generally break-resistant UNTIL it reaches its "resistance" threshold. Corelle is owned by the Corning (CORSPB). The pattern was discontinued in the late '80s as a boxed set. Remaining singular pieces and sets were sold through until the late '90s. Currently, we continue to supplement our stocks through online vintage/antique replacements sites and or vintage stores.
If you seek additional pieces to this or any other Corelle sets, please message me. I will put you on my ISO lists.
Vintage Origin Details
Corelle, Designer Sara Balbach
Spring Blossom/Crazy Daisy
Country of Origin
First Item: $ 13.45
Additional Items: $ 0.00
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