Author: jmashley

Early American 404

Please welcome guest blogger, Morgan Mancha! Morgan is a walking, talking, Pyrex history expert. She graciously shares her knowledge with us via Facebook. I am reposting one of her posts for easy searching and bookmarking. “I was recently surprised how many collectors didn’t know the Early American 404 was sold like this with #626 lid […]

Angelfish Update

I am very happy to share an update on the 475 Angelfish that was recently auctioned on HiBid. I am hopeful that if we keep sharing, we will be able to piece together the histories of these very beautiful dishes. The auctioneer in Savona, New York shared the following: An 86 year old woman brought […]

Nut Roll Talk

Per our usual holiday tradition, we made a batch of my Grandma’s nut roll. I have heard it referred to a “Polish” nut roll on “The Great British Baking Show” and that makes sense. Have ya’ll seen my maiden name on Facebook? I had a delightful conversation last year with a fellow Pyrex collector and […]

Rare Finds ITW as of 12/03/2022

The good new for all of us is that rares and HTF are still being found in unknowing thrift stores and antique stores for great prices! And there are still new Pyrex shapes, sizes, and patterns being discovered! Not my pics. Green Foulard Found 08/22/2022 Brittany Yellow Quiche Dish Found 08/25/2022 Pink Grapes 441 Found […]

Rare Sales as of 11/20/2022

322 Yellow Tulip Sold: 10/06/2022 Price: $69.99 Location: Eden, NY 473 Black Star with Lid Sold: 10/10/2022 Price: $3,860 Location: Mohnton, PA 705 Spring Blossom Green Sold: 10/06/2022 Price: $455.52 Location: Monongahela, PA 055 Early American Sold: 09/04/2022 Price: Best Offer Location: Monessen, PA 045 Duck Hunt Sold: 10/07/2022 Price: $3,500 Location: Avon, NY 475 […]

A Lucky Find

In early July 2022, an estate company found the HTF Lucky in Love and a One Of A Kind Butterprint Spacesaver 575. Here are the facts we know: Both were found in a house in West Branch, Michigan Previously, the Butterprint pattern had only been pictured on a spacesaver in the book “Pyrex by Corning: […]

An Interesting Discovery of the 532

Did anyone happen to notice the reference in the Test Kitchen blog to the 532 Pyrex measuring cup and hand beater set? If not, take a closer look. Anyway, this is one of those moments when the universe aligns. No sooner had I posted my weekly blog, than did our friend Eddie share his discovery […]

Halloween Cooking the Pyrex Glass Way

Welcome Fall! Fall kicks off baking season in my mind. This article comes from Gaffer, October 1946 and gives us insight on past styles and tastes in food. Notice the reference to gelatin and molds! Raisins…? Feel free to dish up at your next Halloween monster mash! I also have a new Pyrex person to […]