RETRO CORNING-WARE P-119 G-2; 9-C Lidded-Percolator-Pot (ONLY); Blue-Cornflower

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Seller: thoma_vand (230) 100%, Location: Grimsby, Ontario, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 254261133787 Corning is known world-wide for their Corning-Ware, Corelle, PYREX products. CORNING WARE was launched in 1959 - a wide array of items and patterns were available over the years. Significant changes in design came in 1972 and a complete re-work of products came after World Kitchen Inc took ownership after 2000.Offered here are a RETRO CORNING*Ware, P-119 Generation-2, 9-Cup Lidded-Percolator-Pot (ONLY) with the Blue Cornflower Pattern - in most-excellent, very-gently-used condition. There is NO Pump NOR Lidded-Basket offered here - This item was recalled in the 1970's. Now - for Corning-Collections or DISPLAY - ONLY; NOT recommended for stove-top use.All surfaces are highly-glossy, shiny, and clean. There are no chips, cracks, nor flea-bites; no hazing significant rubs nor scratches. There may be some faint incidental contact marks - all minimal.The Pyroceramic Pot has the Blue Cornflower Graphics fired on to both sides - which are crisp, clear and complete - no fade. Applied to this glass surface, in cornflower blue as well is the manufacturer's information - "*LOGO; CORNING WARE "circled-R"; 9-CUP". There are also graduations - "6, 7, 8, 9" marked inside the Pot, in cornflower blue.There seems to be no issues with the sturdy black, one-piece, heat-resistant Handle nor with the lighter-grade, black plastic Lid. The lid fits tightly onto the pot. The glass knob which locks into the plastic lid - locks well in place - there are no issues with the glass. The glass still has its original burrs on the exterior surface - from manufacture.The wide Stainless-Steel, flare-rimmed, spouted band - which cinches-in at the top of the pot, before it flares-out to the top edge is in excellent condition.The Lid measures - 3 1/2" in diameter, across the inner flange; 4 1/4" across to the outer edge. The Glass Knob measures - 2" in diameter. The lid's total height is ~ 2".The Stainless-Steel Band measures - 2 1/4" wide at the spout; 1 7/8" wide at the handle. The Handle measures 4 3/4" in length.The Pot measures - 4 1/2" in diameter across the top edge; 7 1/8" across the spout to the back of the handle; 5 1/2" in diameter across the base of the pot; 9 7/8" in height, maximum when assembled. SOME INTERESTING INFORMATION –Corning*Ware PercolatorsCorning*Ware Percolators were first released in 1959 - in two sizes - 6-C P-106 and 8-C P-108 sizes. These Percolator pots were made of Pyroceramic Glass - spouted-rim to base - with attached stainless bands, screwed to heat-resistant resin or plastic-type handles. Because the rims were prone to chipping while cleaning (awkward & heavy, no got bumped when washing). The P-108 was replaced with the P-119 in 1960 (the P-106 was addressed in 1962) which had a stainless spouted rimmed band. The first correction - called Generation 1, ~1960 - solved the chipping issue - BUT - the stainless band was glued with epoxy to the pot, and the handle was attached to the band with two screws (also clamped within), which were covered by a plastic plate - which tended to loosen, be lost, leaving the unattractive screws visible. The second correction - called Generation 2, probably close to 1970 - solved the unsightly visible-screws issue - involved the solid handle being secured to the stainless band, then that assembly was glued to the top of the pot - it is these sorts of pots which had the issue of the handle-band assembly releasing from the pot - leading to recalls. The first recall was in 1976 - for the E-1210 Electromatic 10-C ... after becoming aware in 1974 of there being serious problem. They were re-released with 3-digit serial numbers on the stainless rim to notify consumers that it was now safe. The second recall came in 1979 - Generally speaking - nearly all steel-rimmed 6, 9, 10-Cup, stove-top or electromatic percolators - regardless of pattern - were recalled (except the re-engineered one with the 3-digit serial number on the stainless band).In about 1978 - percolator production declined as consumers moved on to more convenient drip coffee makers - where production soon ended.Investigate the status of YOUR ITEM to know where you stand - safety-wise. There ARE some safe Corning*Ware Percolator pots.Blue Cornflower patternThe Blue Cornflower pattern was available from 1958-1988, later for the 35th anniversary of this pattern in 1993-4 - both in pyroceramic glass; again in 2009, made in France - in vitroceramic glass.CORNING's CORNING WARECORNING's CORNING WARE was originally made from "thermal-shock-proof" glass - from 1959 - 1990s-2000, PYROCERAM. This material was suitable for table-top, stove-top, microwave, oven, broiler - and dishwasher safe. P-Style detach-able handles were made to be used on these older items. Significant changes in design came in 1972 - dishes became more squared and sides were more straight. A-Style detach-able handles were made to be used on these newer items.Stove-top and dinnerware lines were discontinued in ~2000 - when World Kitchen Inc took ownership.A re-launched of stove-top items, in a vitro-ceramic (alumino-silicate) glass with tempered soda-lime (borosilicate glass) lids (which cannot touch a cooking surface BUT are heat resistant (microwave & oven-safe - also suitable when on top of their bases, stove-top) came in 2009. Many items and patterns were available - Blue-Cornflower was re-released.SHIPPING - Able to ship from Canada (default) OR US (please contact with request OR for pricing. Add a day to handling-time). International shipping from either is also an option – please contact seller for pricing.See Feedback Profile on of member grimavrams; member since Dec 2002.I also refund shipping over-charges, if they are significantly over my actual cost to ship - normally, I am close to the actual cost. I use the most economical carriers who operate Monday-Friday – not weekends; not holidays. Condition: Used, Condition: No significant condition issues - barely-used; no Pump nor Basket., Model: Lidded-Percolator-Pot (ONLY), Style: Stainless-Steel Rimmed, Pattern: Cornflower Pattern - 1958-88, 1993-94, Object Type: Cookware-Tableware - Percolator-Pot, Color: Blue Graphics on White, MPN: P-119; Generation 2, Brand: RETRO - CORNING*WARE, Material: Pyroceramic Glass

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