Post # 1
While writing a reply to another thread, I wondered if anyone would see my line about collecting pyrex and then say, “hey i collect too!” and somehow we’d chat about it… so i made it easy. Do you collect?
I have about…. 10 pieces or so.
1 red fridgie, 1 lime green single serve casserole dish, 1 blowing leaves aqua 2 qt bowl, set of 3 Americana bowls (missing the lrg brown!) , set of 3 Verde cinderella bowls, and an Early American Divided dish.
Here are my three favs!
all have been found in antique stores and estate sales so far. 🙂 I can’t wait to find a place for them in FI’s house when I move in. 🙂 I want to incorporate them into my wedding maybe too. who knows!
Post # 3
ohhhh Pyrex is the best!! I don’t collect the vintage, but I do collect modern day pyrex. Seriously…Its overwhelming how much I have! Oh, and I went for all the utensils too (but I cheated on Pyrex and got Circulon cookware shhh). Those world kitchen outlets are irresistable!
Post # 4
I have a few. I LOVE them!
I wanted to get Corel plates as a wedding gift, but all the new ones are not nearly as cool as the old ones. I wish they would re-release their old design!
my favorite bowl in my collection has a pattern like this one:
Post # 5
Wow, I didn’t even know collecting Pyrex was a thing! That’s awesome!
Post # 6
Wow! I kinda wish I had some of this actually, lol! Love the colors!!
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I had no idea vintage Pyrex was that adorable. I don’t collect, but I might start!
Post # 8
by the way– this stuff is also referred to as “vintage corelle” if you ever want to use a different search keyword.
I got these S&P shakers for christmas last year from my sister. she always knows what I love!
Post # 9
@janie-janie: thats square flowers pattern! its lovely.
I’m newly obsessed with collecting!! glad to hear others as well 🙂
Post # 10
Clearly I am late on this thread…but I collect! I love it! I own a vintage rental company and I use these pieces in my dessert displays and decor for weddings and parties. They are particularly adorable at baby showers! Is anyone selling any of their pieces?
Post # 11
My brother and his wife collect it, and have several hundred pieces. Makes Christmas easy, I just keep an eye out for it all year. Best is flea markets and swap meets. We went to this huge one in east Texas once and they picked up 15 pieces for about $40. Its amazing how many patterns there are.