Hi everyone! I hope you had a great week. I prepared some baked goods using some of my Pyrex this week, and it put me in the mood to write about it. So, today I’m publishing my sixth price guide on this very popular collectible. Many of us have at least one memory, if not multiple memories, of a particular piece of Pyrex favored by one or more of the important woman in our lives. It might be grandma’s red refrigerator set, mom’s primary colored mixing bowls, or Aunt Lou’s Friendship loaf pan [filled with yummy banana bread, hopefully]. Do a search on Pinterest and the list is endless. You can even find hand towels decorated with Pyrex images on Etsy. And really, who doesn’t love the joyous colors and expressive Pyrex designs, many of which are timeless in their appeal?
As always, I offer this guide humbly, recognizing that because I’m a like a magpie who thinks every shiny object is a treasure, I’m not really an expert in anything in particular. So I simply offer the knowledge I have in hopes that it helps someone else trying to identify or value their collectibles. I like to think of this corner of the internet as a very happy place, filled with other vintage lovers, some who sell, some who buy, and some who do both. It’s a place where we all help each other out and encourage each other along in our vintage “business,” whatever that might look like. So I thank you in advance for receiving this price guide in the spirit with which it was intended.
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