Featured Wow! Did you all see the Vintage Pyrex on eBay for $2751?

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by ola402, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. KingofThings

    KingofThings 'Illiteracy is a terrible thing to waist' - MHH

    I would've written; Pycey Prirex...
    But I won't. :)
     
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  2. pearlsnblume

    pearlsnblume Well-Known Member

  3. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Awesome, thanks so much for letting us know!:happy: I had no idea, and I do walk by these things all the time, but NO MORE!! Now I'm wondering if I have some of these rare patterns in my kitchen somewhere, and I'll have do go digging. Wishful thinking, but I'm sure mine are not the wanted ones, darn it.:grumpy:
     
  4. gregsglass

    gregsglass Well-Known Member

    Hi,
    If anyone is interested I have the lid to the Pyrex in the opening notice.
    greg
     
  5. SeaGoat

    SeaGoat Well-Known Member

    We had 2 turquoise with white snow flakes and a white one with the turquoise snowflakes come through the auction a few months ago..
    One with no lid sold at 7.5 the others w/ lids went 12.5 each.

    They were cutest pattern I've seen.
    I just don't get the pricey appeal.
    I could see wanting to match your kitchen, but for $20, $50, $100, $1000+ ...no
     
  6. Mill Cove Treasures

    Mill Cove Treasures Well-Known Member

    Thank you for posting that and to CRS for all those links. I wonder if the seller was shocked that it went that high?
     
  7. pearlsnblume

    pearlsnblume Well-Known Member

  8. GaleriaGila

    GaleriaGila Hola, y'all!

    Wow. Well, this is a real Pyrex education. I have relatives whom I'm gonna pass this along to. Along to whom I gonna pass. :hilarious:
     
  9. lloyd249

    lloyd249 it's not hoarding if it's valuable

    DSC07668.JPG DSC07667.JPG I knew this stuff is collectable but i didn't know it was fetching these prices i have a few pieces ( i cook with ) not the high priced but now i know too look for it also
     
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  10. antidiem

    antidiem Well-Known Member

    thank you all so much for the info and links!
     
  11. Kasperscuriosities

    Kasperscuriosities Two hundred years too late.

    Pyrex? Really? I never knew. Maybe I should start taking in clients kitchen items after all. hmmm? I have been turning away that sort of stuff. LOL!
    Next time I will say, well do you have any Pyrex? LOL! This is fascinating. I really had no idea that it was collectible. I mean I knew some things like it were but Pyrex never really crossed my mind.
     
  12. desperate_fun

    desperate_fun Irregular Member

    Lloyd,

    That is the same pattern and colour as the set of mixing bowls we use around here. When I went to check our pattern, I noticed we also have the matching set of casserole dishes.
     
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  13. KingofThings

    KingofThings 'Illiteracy is a terrible thing to waist' - MHH

    Is anything else worth anything?
    I just saw a nice, transparent medium blue, Pryex pie 'plate'?
     
  14. lloyd249

    lloyd249 it's not hoarding if it's valuable

    corning ware is collectable also
     
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  15. KingofThings

    KingofThings 'Illiteracy is a terrible thing to waist' - MHH

    Never mind.
    Worth about what GW wants for it.
     
  16. Lucille.b

    Lucille.b Well-Known Member

    Ola, :):):happy::happy: thanks so much for starting this thread. An EDUCATION. Not impossible I would spot something like this --but I might have passed, say if GW had it at ....$14.99. Now I know to check! I wonder where this is all going. Japan?

    Here is my day-to-day, I got it 12 years ago at a garage sale. (Not promotional, but functional!)

    pyrex.jpg
     
  17. ola402

    ola402 Well-Known Member

    OOOHH!! The pink cinderella mixing bowls! Hugely popular. They do well on eBay and they also sell extremely well at my Mall. I once found a set of these bowls with the matching casseroles at a tag sale for a very low price. Obviously, they weren't hip to the 'Rex! It was in the basement and as I was coming up the steps another person going down saw them and had a real disappointed look on her face.
     
  18. ola402

    ola402 Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately, this is all that is left of my polka dot set that I was given as a shower gift in 1972. I've thought of trying to rebuild it, but it just doesn't matter to me any more. I have a really nice set of melamine bowls from Wms-Sonoma. This bowl is not in as good shape as it appears in the photo. The inside has mixer marks.

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    Someone asked where all these bowls are going? I was told that young women love these because they are glass and supposedly don't give off or aren't made of some noxious modern material. But that could be just a story, I really don't know.
     
  19. TallCakes

    TallCakes Well-Known Member

  20. lloyd249

    lloyd249 it's not hoarding if it's valuable

    DSC07669.JPG
    oh ya that reminded me i have some also lol
     
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