The Spice of Life pattern was introduced by Corning Glass Works in the 1970s. It featured a design with colorful vegetables, herbs, and spices. The pattern was applied to various pieces of cookware, such as casserole dishes, baking pans, and saucepans.
The Spice of Life pattern was part of a larger collection called La Marjolaine, which included other kitchenware items like dinnerware, glassware, and utensils. La Marjolaine was the name given to the entire product line, while "Spice of Life" referred specifically to the pattern on the cookware.
Corning discontinued the design in the 1980s. However, the cookware pieces featuring the Spice of Life pattern are still sought after by collectors and enthusiasts of vintage kitchenware today.
This saucepan is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Approximate dimensions: 5.75 wide at top x 2.5"T x 3.5"L handle. Weight 1lb 4oz