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Pyrex, a leading brand of cookware

Pyrex is a leading brand of cookware historically known for its heat resistant glass range that covers prepware, bakeware, ovenware and storage items.

Today, Pyrex also offers a vast choice of products in all materials and designs to cover all cookware requirements:

  • glass and ceramic ovenware
  • metal non-stick and silicone bakeware
  • top of stove cookware
  • Prepware
  • utensils and more.

From the fridge or freezer to the microwave or the oven, Pyrex is everywhere is the kitchen!

 

 

Pyrex, let's enjoy cooking!


Whether it is to entertain friends and family or to prepare your daily meals, all our products have been designed with your needs in mind. All products have useful, time-saving and innovative features to make cooking a stress-free and pleasurable time. You will find smart solutions for all your cooking needs with Pyrex high quality products. All this at affordable prices too!


Whether it is to entertain friends and family or to prepare your daily meals, all our products have been designed with your needs in mind. All products have useful, time-saving and innovative features to make cooking a stress-free and pleasurable time. You will find smart solutions for all your cooking needs with Pyrex high quality products. All this at affordable prices too!

1879

Corning inc. produces the 1st light bulb for Thomas Edison

1912

Development of borosilicate heat resistant glass for use in railroad signal lanterns for the American Railway company

1915

As an experiment, James Littleton, Corning’s laboratory physicist asked his wife to bake a cake in the base of a heat resistant glass lamp. The attempt was a success, and Pyrex ovenware was born. The first Pyrex product to be launched a 25cm pie plate sold for $ 0.69.

1961

Invention of vitro-ceramic glass: first used in the space travel industry, soon adapted to cookware for use in the oven and on top of the stove under the brand Pyroflam.

1994

Newell Rubbermaid purchased the Pyrex plants from Corning and acquired the brand licensing rights in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

2004

Launch of new ranges and new materials (metal bakeware, ceramic ovenware, stainless steel cookware for top of stove, plastic cookware for the microwave)

2006

Arc International acquires Pyrex and launches Arcuisine

2007

Launch of Pyrex Elegance, premium brand

2008

Launch of the new Pyrex Classic metal bakeware range

2009

Launch of the Pyrex Minis glass collection with 4 classic mini shapes.

2010

2010: Pyrex becomes the first brand with a complete offer across all cookware materials:
• Complete ovenware offer: with 2 new ceramic ranges
• Complete top of stove offer: 3 aluminum, 2 stainless steel, 1 enameled steel, 3 cast iron, 1 cast aluminum.