This rare piece is a 1 1/2 quart Pyrex Cinderella bowl in the rare Blue Wheat pattern. Our online research indicates that it may have been sold as part of a 1961 Christmas promotion. It is in excellent condition with no scratches or chips.
This is one of Pyrex's largest mixing bowls: It is a beautiful 10 inch diameter, 4 quart mixing bowl in a sunny yellow color. There are no chips in the glass. There is some light scratching in the paint.
BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE PYREX "BLUE SNOWFLAKE GARLAND" CINDERELLA BOWL.
A wonderful bowl to cook with as one of the Cinderella handles also serves as a pour spout. Bowl is in very NICE pre-loved original condition. No chips, no cracks and no crazing and has not seen the inside of a dishwasher as paints is true blue, bright and shiny. There is very light indication of utensil use that are in character to this line of bowls. Vintage glassware such as this is heavy and durable-a glimpse of the past!!... Click for details
These are two pieces from Pyrex's colorful Daisy pattern.
The first piece is a 1.5-quart Cinderella mixing bowl, featuring yellow daisies on an orange background. The paint is faded in some places.
The second piece is a 2.5-quart Cinderella oval casserole in vibrant solid yellow. There are some minor scratches, but nothing too noticeable.
This vintage Pyrex bowl features a brown on white pattern. The bowl is 8 7/8" in diameter and is in VGC. Shipping and ins. will be added to price based on zip code. Thanks for looking at Simply Silver!
This is a "hand operated juicer" from GEMCO. Reminiscent of vintage Pyrex lemonade pitcher it is decorated with lemons. The bottom is made of glass and the top is made of plastic and the bottom of glass. The entire product measures 6 1/2" tall. The bottom part measures 3" tall and is 4" in diameter. The juicer top features a pour spout.
This is a set of four Pyrex dinner cups with a turquoise stripe. The cups themselves are in great condition with no chips. The colored stripes are in good condition, faded in a few areas. The gold-leafed Pyrex stamp is still partially visible on one of the cups.