Corelle Profile: Flirtation (1981)
Flirtation was introduced in 1981 as one of four patterns in the new Traditions Livingware line. Patterns in this grouping were the first to come with opal Pyrex round bottom cups and large cream & sugar sets. Bowls, saucers and oval platters are decorated on the rim with a single yellow band.
Traditions was a short-lived product line and all patterns, including Flirtation, were discontinued at the end of 1983. This pattern was designed by artists Candace Faber and Loretta Moskal.
Flirtation dinner plates, dessert bowl.
Dinner Plate (10¼")
Luncheon Plate (8½")
Side Plate (6¾")
Saucer (6¼") *
Pyrex Cup (round-bottom, 8 oz)
Pyrex Cream & Sugar (new style - large)
Dessert Bowl (10 oz, 5-3/8") *
Soup/Cereal Bowl (18 oz, 6¼") *
1 Qt Serving Bowl (8½") *
2 Qt Serving Bowl (10¼") *
Oval Platter (12½") *
* - one yellow band
Flirtation large Pyrex creamer and round-bottom Pyrex cup.
Cup Styles: Pyrex Cup
Plate Styles: Coupe
Who designed the patterns?
NEXT Traditions Profile.