Autumn Harvest Tabletop Ware (1980) & Store 'N' See (1981)
At the start of 1980, following the initial 1979 launch of Autumn Harvest, a selection of matching Pyrex Tabletop Ware was introduced. Throughout the 1970s, Tabletop Ware had always been the domain of Corelle patterns, making Autumn Harvest Tabletop Ware an exception as it was unrelated to Corelle and the other Compatibles. Its motif and colour scheme are similar to Corelle's Harvest Home, but that pattern did not arrive until 1981.
1410 mug, butter dish, clear salt/pepper shaker, Store 'N' See canister (1 pt).
Store 'N' See containers in Autumn Harvest debuted in 1981. Up to that point, the Store 'N' See product line generally had been decorated with Corning Ware patterns or solid colours. Autumn Harvest is the only Pyrex pattern that appears on the lids of Store 'N' See canisters.
Bake Mates were also a new item that year. These containers are thicker than Store 'N' Sees, and came with a solid-coloured snap-on plastic lid. They were offered in one size, 14 oz (420 ml), with a model number of 414. Previously, the same dishes had been equipped with avocado green lids and named Stackmates.
Tabletop items in Autumn Harvest were discontinued during late 1982 or 1983, when the Compatibles Tabletop Ware line was dropped. Bake Mates & Store 'N' See containers in this pattern disappeared sometime between 1982 & 1985.
Pyrex Compatibles Tabletop Ware:
Salt & Pepper - clear
Gravy Server *
Store 'N' See Canisters:
1 pint Canister
1 Qt Canister
1½ Qt Canister
2½ Qt Canister
Bake Mates: 414 bowl (14 oz), with snap-on plastic lid, no pattern, sold in pairs. (shown bottom left corner)
* - Oval saucer for gravy boat is decorated with a single coloured band.
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Pyrex Profile: Store 'N' See Canisters
Cup Styles: 1410 Mug
Pattern List: Pyrex Compatibles
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