The whole set, folks!

 

I now officially own an ENTIRE set of Pyrex tableware!We recently got the best visit ever from my friend Jessica from England. She brought a gift…but I am saving that for another post.

We took her to our favorite Antique center in Bolyston, MA-Wayside to poke around. Apparently, the Brits don’t believe in antique stores. They have a few vintage shops but there aren’t many. After some browsing around I went to the back corner where I have been able to find many good pieces for great prices. When I turned the corner I saw a women in there dusting. I asked her if she was packing up the booth and she assured me that she was staying put…just cleaning up to make room for Christmas pieces. Then I saw the dishes.

I asked if they were Pyrex.

They were.

I asked how much.

28.

I asked if she would take 25.

And she said yes.

 

It came home and was already put to use at Thanksgiving yesterday! I love them to death. It is a 42 piece set-plenty of dishes to feed everyone and anyone who walks through our door. Sadly, I can’t find a name for this pattern. Please let me know if anyone comes across one!

It is Black Friday and I actually have to go out…We’ve got a sick kiddo over here and he needs some cough syrup. Wish us luck…poor baby can hardly breath.

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2 Comments

Filed under Antique, Collectiong, Pyrex, Vintage, where to buy Pyrex

2 responses to “The whole set, folks!

  1. Hooray for lucky breaks!
    Hope the Little Man is better soon…

  2. linda Leslie

    I love it when you post on this site!! The excitement in your writing warms my heart. Love you bunches, Granny

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