Pressed glass oven-to-tableware, designed by Harold stabler, was produced to compete against Pyrex. The entire range was sold off to Joblings, which allowed a Chance director to create a competitor (Phoenix) that took the place of Orlak.
No data is available from the three catalogues, but this tray does mirror the R.103/106 Bread/Cake Pan (albeit smaller than these). © Bill Millar
C.206 is a 12oz. Soup Pot. B.203 is 1¾pt. Stew Pot © Bill Millar
Orlak pie plate, with the product number embossed into the rim: X.109. The centre of the plate carries the Orlak trademark. Courtesy Stuart Summers
<< See left. Detail of the rim showing the X.109 pattern number. Courtesy Stuart Summers