I had a pretty hectic past week, and needed a little thrifting therapy. And boy, was I lucky today!
I hit my usual two thrifts and the Pyrex was there in abundance, for a change. I was just in the right place at the right time, because some of it had just been put out.
The Spring Blossom casserole is huge! It's a 2.5 qt and in mint condition. The Butterfly Gold is also mint. These were probably donated by the same person- the lady at the checkout said they had just been donated yesterday and she had put them on the shelf right before I came in. I paid $8 for the SB and $6 for the BG. They're not really patterns I collect, but they were so awesome I was not going to leave them behind!
I went to another store and found these divided dishes, both were $4. It's funny how someone else just found the same two dishes in a previous post! The Golden Acorn is going to my booth, but the Compass has found its forever home with me.
I think I might try to collect all the patterns in existence in 1959, since I've got this Compass. I already have the Black Rooster space saver, a bunch of Butterprint and some of the pinks/turquoise/utility/primary sets. I'll have to do a little more research and see what else is out there. Anyone know of anything else?
This Butterprint 444 was $5. It was pretty dirty, but cleaned up well. I have one of these already, so will not be keeping this one. I have resolved to start selling more of my collection- I'm running out of room. And with Pyrex being so hot right now, at least I can make a few bucks to buy more!
Now, this is not Pyrex, but collateral damage from the dishware aisle (whoops- how did that get in my basket? ;)
This is one of the few pieces of GlasBake that I like. I have seen these little handled soup crocks before, but never with the lid. Isn't it cute?
I picked up a few other things as well- come on over to my blog and check them out!