I bought these two lovely pieces yesterday. The Pink one is a 11/2 QT divided casserole dish (without the lid)
This pattern is called "Pink Daisy"
I have been wanting this pattern for sometime now. I got this at the RWB Thrift in CT it was $3.95
It is from 1957.
The black one is a rare find! I got this one at Savers, again seems more common to find these
without the covers. This pattern is called "Snowflake". Although this pattern comes in Turquoise with
white snowflakes (which I have). This one is BLACK with white snowflakes.
This is called "Charcoal".
This also came out in 1957.
I only paid $1.99!!!! I gladly smiled and grabbed this lovely piece of Pyrex.
Now, this I saw as I was grabbing all the Pyrex in RWB thrift. I paid $3.95
It has yellow daisies on it. It is a divided casserole dish. But what is funny it has no label on the bottom.
It says nothing but this pattern on the bottom of it:
I believe they are made by Glasbake. Maybe it was a misprint with no name? Could that be?
I was intriged by the pattern and the no label on it. But I knew Glasbake has this pattern on the bottom of their items.
Does anyone know any information on this??
This is one of my favorite patterns. My husband got me loving this pattern. It is
called "Butterfly Gold" by Pyrex. Made in the 60's through the 70's.
My husbands grandmother had a lot of this pattern, I believe she had the mixing bowls, the Corelle butterfly gold dinner plates, bowls (which I have).
She also had the Pyrex mugs.
So he got me into this pattern and I found this cute little piece (which I already had already, but it doesn't hurt to have two!)
This is apart of the mixing bowl set, the smallest one. It is 11/2 PT. It was only $3.95! I had to get another one.
Even though these are not Pyrex, they were inspired by Pyrex.
This pattern is called "Spring Blossom/Crazy Daisy" by Corelle
Made in the 70's.
I bought these at Savers.
I got 4 bowls, which were $2.99 for all!
4 Lunch plates they were also $2.99!
and they only had 2 dinner plates so I snatched these up for .99 cents a piece!
I enjoyed these last night eating some Whole Foods pizza!!!
I really like this pattern, it is fun to eat with!
I bought these my last week at RWB Thrift. They were $2.95 for each. They are made by Glasbake and learned a little about the company Glasbake.
Glasbake was introduced by McKee Glass Company in 1917. They were sued by Corning for patent infringement and reformulated their glass formula and re-introduced Glasbake in May of 1919.
McKee manufactured Glasbake until he was bought out by Thatcher glass in 1951.
Thatcher produced Glasbake until they were bought out in 1961 by Jeanette Glass. Then Jeanette Glass produced it until they ended the line in 1979.
These two are marked with a serial number with the J in front of it. Which are by Jeanette glass.
This is the matching baking dish. (No lid) I bought this also at RWB Thrift for $2.95.
Same pattern which is called "Green daisy" I believe.
This a casserole dish, no lid. $3.95
And here is the set I have so far for this pattern. Nice isn't it?
This is by Pyrex, this pattern is called "Shenandoah".
I have never seen this pattern before so I snatched it up
for $1.99 at Savers!
No lid, this pattern is from 1982.
This is #473 Cinderella Casserole.
Not sure of the pattern's name. Looks to be from the 70's.
I bought this for $2.95. It is by Pyrex and is 11/2 QT.
These two I found at RWB. The top one is "Brown" Cinderella mixing bowl 1 1/2 pt.
The bottom is the pattern called "Homestead". Produced in 1976.
I already have a mixing bowl in this pattern given to me by my husbands grandmother.
This is 1.5 PT casserole dish without a lid.
I bought these at a cute little thrift shop on my way to another thrift!
I thought that these were a unique looking shape for Pyrex!
The red one I found out after I purchased is a "Hostess oven and table set"
I have not found the matching bowls yet =(
Produced in 1949! This is my oldest Pyrex!
This is a 21/2 QT. I got this for $4.95!
The Turquoise Pyrex is from the Chip n Dip series.
I did not find the little one with the holding dish to make it for chip n dip!
This came alone.
I know that the chip n dip are really high priced, I guess because they are rare.
I bought this piece for $4.95! Maybe I can find the matching pieces?
This is what it should look like! Awesome isn't it? With the box!
I had a little Pyrex photoshoot!!
I found the 1st to the left is called "Autumn Harvest" by Pyrex.
This pattern was produced in 1982. Microwaveable!
This is the 4 QT mixing bowl. I also have the 1.5 qt.
The middle one is called "Colonial Mist" by Pyrex. Made in the late 70's.
This is a 21/2 QT casserole. Got it for 3.95!
The last one to the right is called "Gold Acorn" by Pyrex.
It is known as the Cinderella Oval Oven Baker. Produced in the 1960's.
Got this for $3.95!
More to come!