Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Hiding in my Garage!

Despite the near 100 degree heat in the Midwest, I ventured into my too-cluttered garage to find some Pyrex treasures.  So much fun to see these beauties again!

Does anyone know the name of this casserole?
Medium blue with gold floral design, no lid, #043, 1 1/2 quart

"Early American", white on light brown, #0503, 1 1/2 quart refrigerator dish/lid
"Early American", brown on white, oblong, #0502, 1 1/2 pint refrigerator dish/no lid
"Early American", white on brown, #501 B, 1 1/2 cup refrigerator dishes (2)/no lids

"Daisy" Cinderella, orange-yellow, #475-B, 2 1/2 quart casserole/no lid

"Daisy" Cinderella- 3 of 4 bowls of 440-39 set (missing the patterned #444/4 quart bowl)
deep yellow, #441, 1 1/2 pint
orange bowl with deep yellow daisies, #442, 1 1/2 quart
deep yellow, #443, 2 1/2 quart

Keeping my eyes peeled for the largest bowl!

lime green 8-inch cake pan, #222, rounded corners

As a new member of this blog, I am looking forward to sharing my finds with you!  Stop by my blog   <> to see what else I hoard- um, I mean collect!  Happy 4th of July, Judy


  1. I love the medium blue with gold floral! I have no idea what it is, though! Lovely Pyrex you found in your garage! ;) Where are you at in the midwest? It's scorching hot here in Missouri. Boooo! Happy fourth! :)

  2. Hi Madee! I'm in the Chicago suburbs. I think you're a bit hotter in MO than here in IL. Stay cool, and have a happy 4th!

  3. It's Golden Bouquet and it's beautiful!

  4. Thanks, Jill. It is very pretty and the piece is in excellent condition. Just wish it had the lid.