Vintage Corningware is a classic kitchenware collection manufactured by the Corning Glass Company in the early 1900s. Although the company was most recognized for its glass products, it began producing cookware in the early 1900s. Today, the company is well known for the CorningWare and Pyrex cookware brands. Corningware was first available only in white, but subsequent versions included a variety of colors.
Cornflower (blue) Corningware was debuted in 1949 and was the first color option for the series. The blue hue was inspired by the Blue Cornflower, which is frequently referred to as the American Cornflower. Vintage Corningware is a popular range of cookware that was introduced in the early 1900s by the Corning Glass Company.
From 1950 to 2000, Spice of Life corningware was a popular brand of kitchenware. "Spice of Life" or "Spice of Life Corning Ware" was the company's initial name. The name was changed to "Cream of Life" in 2000, and the brand was rebranded again to "Cream of Life" in 2008. The Corning Ware Company was the first to create the color in 1950, but it is now widely used.