Keep your eyes peeled for the rarer floral patterns, which are the items that are getting the big bucks from hardcore collectors.
Dean Six advises that full collections with no cracks or chips or discolouration are more valuable, but if you think you might be on a winner, speak to an expert or check out some online auction sites.
The most common of CorningWare is the Cornflower range, featuring soft blue flowers- so don’t get excited if you find that at the back of the cupboard with the expired cockroach baits.
Ones to look out for include the less common Wildflower, from 1977 to 1984 - and the even rarer Floral Bouquet, made from 1971 to 1975.
CorningWare was an iconic brand in the 1970s and for a time a typical wedding gift – but its popularity waned with the rise of Tupperware and other brands.
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