JAJ Crown Pyrex Gravy Boats

8 Jul

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Nice trio of JAJ Crown Pyrex gravy boats from England ca. 1960’s.  JAJ stands for James A. Joblings, who was the person who acquired the license to make Pyrex in England from the Corning Co in the 1920’s.  The pattern names are from top to bottom: Carnaby Tempo, Chelsea, and Harvest Vegetable.  The shapes are different than the American ones and the patterns reflect the tastes of the Bristish customers.  I like the colourful retro patterns. These would have originally come with underplates.

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One Response to “JAJ Crown Pyrex Gravy Boats”

  1. Kim September 11, 2015 at 3:54 pm #

    At the BFM 2 tulip bowls in the auction..You might want to check them out

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