Pattern dating chart

There are links (with bullet points) near the top of the page to facilitate this.We will be adding more of this functionality as time permits.You can click through into the sub-pages of each pattern for more information IF a sub-page exists for it.

We'll try to list multiple pictures of a particular pattern only if they are considerably different on items (i.e.

patterns on some casserole lids differ greatly from those on the bowls in the same set).

A pattern marked as "Unknown" may be completely unknown.

ADVERTISING / CUSTOMIZED patterns are marked with a "&". Patterns Only • View Tableware / Restaurant Ware Only This main purpose of this picture guide is for quick Vintage Pyrex pattern identification.

If this is your first time here, please read the sidebar at right for tips on notation we've used throughout these guides. "UNKNOWN" patterns have been named but marked with a "*".

RESTAURANT WARE / TABLEWARE patterns are marked with a "%". The goal is to provide CLEAR pictures of each pattern.

We will replace older pictures and patterns as better ones are obtained.

For further clarifications check for Pyrex on Ebay. • "UNKNOWN" patterns are always named but marked with a "*".

• ADVERTISING or CUSTOMIZED patterns are marked with a "&".

• RESTAURANT WARE / TABLEWARE patterns are marked with a "%".

You can now view various subsets of the listed pyrex patterns.