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We would rather have fun with it, than spend hours trying to figure out the exact name of every single item ever made.Pyrex by Corning : A Collector's Guide by Susan Rogove and Marcia Steinhauer Excellent guide featuring Pyrex products along with descriptions and pictures.But it may also be known that the pattern is a Promotional, customized, advetising, tableware / restaurant ware, or Foreign (Non-U.S.) pyrex pattern - in which case that piece may receive more than just the "unknown" notation. a notation of &%* would denoted a Customized or Advertising piece of Tableware / Restaurant Ware where the official name is unknown.) Sometimes pieces are known to be "Promotional" but do not have any official name, so we (or others) have given it a name.Also, we've sometimes given a so-called "known" promotional piece a more descriptive name to help better identify it (i.e. In many cases, unknowns were named by other people.If the unknown pattern is conclusively identified, it will be renamed to the proper official name.In order to save space, we may not list every single pattern variation for different item types on these pages.We'll try to list multiple pictures of a particular pattern only if they are considerably different on items (i.e.
Pyrex identification is often an inexact science, to say the least.
A vintage post for your Monday morning: One of the very first items that piqued my interest in collecting and selling vintage items was a Pyrex bowl.
My mom was already selling items in an antique mall, and she had been looking for the green bowl that went with the Pyrex primary colors set of mixing bowls. I spotted it in someone else’s booth, and bought it for her for Christmas.
Then, around the same time I was at a flea market, and someone was selling a complete set for, I think, .
That was a lot of money for me to pay for anything at a flea market, but something about those bowls just sucked me in. They are some of my favorite pieces, and I will never sell them.