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Glass Storage Dishes

Glass Refrigerator Dishes, Used Since the 1930s for Cooking, Serving, Storing

Glass Storage Dishes

Glass Refrigerator Dishes, Used Since the 1930s for Cooking, Serving, Storing

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Originating in the 1930s for just food storage, this versatile Anchor Hocking Ovenware features covered glass dishes that are now made for use in the oven and microwave, too. Use to mix ingredients, cook, then store the leftovers in the same dish. Perfectly sized for family favorites like meatloaf and casseroles. Available in 2-cup, 5-cup, and 12-cup sizes. Dishwasher safe.

  • Mix, cook, store in the same dish
  • Available in 3 sizes
  • Each comes with lid
  • Dishwasher safe

These versatile covered glass dishes make life in the kitchen as simple as can be.

Glass Storage Dishes

Safety Warnings

Danger: Not for use in toaster ovens or on stove top or under broiler. Avoid sharp contrasts in temperature. Do not take from freezer and place in oven. Let food thaw before putting in oven.


Tempered glass


Wash by hand or in the dishwasher.

Sizing & Specifications

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

Glass Storage Dishes 4.8 5 4 4
Good glassware, but not tight fitting lids I like using glass instead of plastic, and these are good heavy glass containers. However, the containers warped a bit during manufacturing and the lids (also glass) wobble and don't fit very well. To keep foods air-tight I'll have to wrap it with plastic wrap. But all in all I'm happy with them and would recommend. September 26, 2013
Old style glass storage I think glass is better than plastic. I grew up with glass storage containers like these. That you can cook with them all the better. Got all 3 sizes, but probably could have passed on the largest size and got one more of the smaller or middle size. Just two of us in the house, so not that much for leftovers. Came very well packed. May 17, 2013
No more plastic! Going back to basics! My niece, a chemistry major in college, has told all of the family to stop using plastic in the microwave. These old fashioned glass dishes are the perfect replacement! One was broken during shipment...I problem!!! Replacement with no questions asked...but many apologies that it happened! Vermont Country Store lives up to their stellar reputation!!!!!! I will continue to order from them! December 12, 2012
Got rid of the plastic. This is what my grandmother used. Died in car accident at 95, sharp as a tack. Who the heck knows what's in the plastic stuff. December 10, 2012
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Glass Storage Dishes …

"Absolutely perfect for refrigerating leftovers. No need for plastic wrap or aluminum foil—a great savings for us as well as the environment. Good seal, easy transfer, and no odors or leaks—fabulous!" - Jennifer Borell, Glenside, PA

"Love these! (Down with plastic, up with glass!) I remember these from my childhood in the '50s. I love everything about these! Nice thick glass, you can see what is in each of them, generous sizing, use as serving and/or storage. Love the fact they are not plastic, won't stain or smell over time like plastic." - Darla, Fort Myers, FL

"I have a set of these Vermont Country Store baking/storage containers at our vacation cabin. I'm going to buy a second set for our home. These containers work extremely well for baking, serving, and storage. They are designed to fit together in the refrigerator and on kitchen storage shelves. They are heavier than most glass so they provide good weight and are less likely to break than other glass. I definitely recommend them to others!" - Eileen Todd, Bellevue, WA

"These get a lot of use in our kitchen. Plastic wears out and stains. These are great for leftovers. If you even have tomato sauce-based foods like spaghetti sauce or salsa-like dips, plastic containers oftentimes stain red. Vegetable noshes like celery and carrot sticks stay crispy in the fridge as well in glass. " - Andrew , Schenectady, NY