Pyrex Spring Blossom New Pattern Mixing Bowl. 402 1 1/2 Liter Bowl with Crazy Daisy Pattern.

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This size 402, 1 1/2 liter mixing bowl by Pyrex features the 1979 redesign of the spring blossom green pattern which was produced between 1970 and 1981. This, along with the earlier Spring Blossom pattern, is sometimes referred to as Crazy Daisy although that is not an official name. The redesign of the pattern had a pretty spring shade of green on some of the pieces unlike the earlier olive shade on the first design from the early 1970s, making this release a sought after pattern today. There are some stray utensil marks on the outside of the bowl but overall the finish is in great shape with plenty of gloss and no chips, lines, or cracks in the glass.

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A. It saves you the return postage that was standard procedure in the days before digital pictures. B. What earthly good would it do me to get a broken item back? C. Any tiny cracks might not show up in a picture that might transfer as 2 inches square on a screen, so let's whack it beyond usefulness and make it obvious to me. With my type of inventory, each damage claim is dealt with differently, as the situation demands.

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