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 Posted By: medako 
Apr 24  # 1 of 6
I have a friend who is getting married and she's doing her kitchen in red. As one of my gifts to her, I want to etch the bottom of a glass casserole (9x13"?). I was wondering if a red casserole can even be found. I have a blue one myself and I've seen green, but I don't know if I've ever seen a red one.

**it has to be see-through glass for the etching to be seen through the bottom**

does anyone know where I can find something like this? And it obviously doesn't have to be Pyrex brand - I'm not picky - but I also don't want to pay a ton because this is only part of a gift.
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 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Apr 24  # 2 of 6
You may not be able to find red glass that you can see through. Years ago pyrex did make red - but it was lined with white and definitely NOT see through.
May I suggest that you contact an Avon representative? Avon sells beautiful red glass dishes and sides - they have an entire collection. That is the only red glass I can think of right now that is see through. It's a very deep bloody red.

I think it is Corning that makes a cranberry colored glass. Check out various department stores or on line.
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 Posted By: medako 
Apr 24  # 3 of 6
I hadn't thought of Avon. I might give that a try.

I'll also check out Corningware.

You're so helpful. :)
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 Posted By: Mama Mangia 
Apr 24  # 4 of 6
You're very welcomed!

Today the "retro look" is quite strong - you may be able to find a lot of red kitchen ware if you cannot find what you want.

I hope you find something special!
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 Posted By: medako 
May 8  # 5 of 6
I didn't end up finding clear red bakeware, so I went with clear pyrex that has a red lid. It went over wonderfully!

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