I adore the pyrex patterns! I have one or two round serving bowls that have a wonderfully floral orange pattern on them and I love them and use them regularly Thanks Dom, I'm glad you enjoyed.
I love it when I find something truly awesome… and I love it even more when that item becomes a springboard for inspiration to make something. I recently found these vintage, milk glass mixing bowls at an antique store with my mom. I fell in love with them as soon as I saw them.
These trusty dishes have stood the test of time and are now sought-after collectibles. With dozens of colors, patterns and shapes, vintage Pyrex is an available, durable and generally affordable passion for retro dish lovers everywhere. So what makes vintage Pyrex so popular?
Why not? Many collectors love Pyrex simply because it reminds them of childhood. For still others, the fun of Pyrex is in the thrill of the hunt.
This is for a Rare Antique whiskey flask. It has its original wicker cover and has a metal cap. Bottle closed with a cork.
Pyrex, a product of Corning Glass Works, dates back to Sales took a dive in the s, however, mainly due to the high price of the glass. To become more competitive, Pyrex production went from the high-cost process of being mold-blown piece by piece to being machine pressed.