Pyrex just the word sends me into a daydream of thoughts about all that is still out there yet to be discovered. I have been collecting Pyrex for about 10 years. When you have been collecting for this long you would think it would take more than just a promotional piece to get my blood boiling. Well, not really!
I still get excited when I round the aisle at the thrift store and discover a piece of Pyrex. In fact, I sometimes buy it without considering if I need it, want it, or have it already, I call it Pyrex pity. I can't let it sit there unappreciated on the shelf. I must own it. In the cases where my Pyrex pity has spun out of control I will usually clean the piece up and send it down to my booth at the local antique mall to find a new home. I feel I have rescued it and have found it a proper place to be viewed. I know it sounds crazy but if you love Pyrex you understand.
|This is a 2.5 quart charcoal covered casserole and is seems to be rare!|