Pyrex Love

I feel like today needs a pretty post, so let’s talk about my latest Pyrex acquisitions!

My collection started with a Spring Blossom Cinderella bowl (1972-1978) from the local thrift store. Then, I added a Square Flowers Verde dish (1968-1972) from an antique/secondhand store. From there, I started lusting over the pink gooseberry dishes. I stalked and stalked a few options on eBay and ended up winning this cute Pink Gooseberry Dish with lid (1957-1966).

I continued to hunt for Pyrex at thrift stores, but wasn’t having much luck. Then, I started stalking Facebook Marketplace and found Janna and her side hustle: Joyful Heart Reclaimed. You can also find her gorgeous Instagram account here: Joyful Heart Reclaimed Instagram

She has a cute little she-shed in Rockville and we met up for a masked and socially distanced one-on-one browsing session. Her shed and online shop is filled with beautiful vintage glassware and Pyrex… and she ships, so if you see something in her store or Instagram, make sure to reach out to her!

I bought these four pieces: Snowflake blue covered casserole dish (1972-1975), yellow daisy Pyrex with lid (1970-1972), orange casserole dish with Friendship lid (1971-1974) and Butterfly Gold dish with lid (1972-1981).

I put a few of the ‘rare’ bowls in my china cabinet so that I can enjoy them, but I still plan to use them for holidays and larger family dinners. The two green bowls are in my regular cupboard so I can grab them on a weekly basis. I mean, what is the fun in having beautiful dishes if you don’t use them?!

You can see some more photos of my china cabinet and Janna’s she-shed on my instagram post here.

I can’t wait to go antiquing again so I can hunt for more treasures to add to my collection!

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