Tuesday, February 21, 2012

New Arrivals To The 'Rex Family!

An update on the red Pyrex casserole I posted about a few weeks ago. The pattern is called Golden Poinsettia. My friend and fellow vintage lover, Becky, wants this Pyrex to find a new home. Her adorable little ones are very rambunctious and she is worried it may get broken. She is also getting ready to move. Becky understands my love for Pyrex and wants it to go to someone who will really appreciate it...and that is ME!

Here's a pic of the 'Rex's new home in my kitchen cabinet.



You will see a few different pieces here including my estate acquired Pyrex Sage Scroll casserole, the gigantic Golden Poinsettia Pyrex casserole, Royal China Blue Heaven saucers that my Granny gave me along with a matching yard sale found Fire King Blue Heaven oven dish, and finally the Spring Blossom oven dish that my mother gave me.



Not pictured are my primary red Pyrex fridgie and small yellow Pyrex mixing bowl.

What is your favorite Pyrex pattern or dish that you have acquired from friends or family?

8 comments:

  1. How do you narrow it down?? Hah!! A friend gave me delphite fridgies that belonged to her grandmother - that was a shock! The same friend gave me the Pink Leaves platter for Christmas - I think I was pretty lucky to get that one!!

    I have my mother's big yellow mixing bowl - I remember putting my Halloween treat in that!!

    Love that Pyrex!!

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    1. delphite fridgies??!! amazing! what nice memories to go along with your pyrex :)

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  2. I don't collect Pyrex yet, but I love it when my kids buy me Russel Wright china for Christmas and birthdays. :)

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    1. hey, anything russel wright would be fine with me!

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  3. Thanks for the following and the pinning! :)

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  4. Looks great with your Scrolls piece! My hubby thrifted a Dandelion Duet for me for Xmas one year - that was probably the best!

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    1. hi six~i have always loved that pattern, but had no idea what it was called until now. thanks!

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  5. Very nice!
    I passed on a green scroll at a local thrift....now seeing how photogenic it is I wish I picked it up. :D

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