“LeCLAIR.vision” is a resource for the identification, use, and care of VISION(S) glass-ceramic cookware. The focus is on vintage cooking vessels created by Corning and its subsidiaries. Please feel free to join the Facebook group to ask questions and share info about your collection.

Le CLAIR Casseroles and VISIONS Deco Saucepans Added To Identification Guide

The VISIONS Identification Guide has been updated to include:

-1981 “Le CLAIR” test-market casseroles w/cooking lids.┬áThese casseroles are notable for having flat lids made of Pyroceram, just like the cooking vessels themselves. The covers can be flipped over and used as skillets, baking pans, and serving trays.

-1988 “VISIONS Deco” saucepans. Featuring painted decorations on the exterior sides of the cookware, similar to Corning Ware, these saucepans seem to be quite rare.

There’s a distinct lack of information available for both of these Corning product lines. If you own pieces, or have documentation, related to these products I would love to see it.

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