This is a rare old Pyrex piece-an individual casserole with one handle and matching lid. It is in excellent condition.
This is a rare 8 in. cake dish(pan)from the Pyrex COLORS collection. It is in very good condition.
This is 1 1/2 qt. mixing bowl from the Pyrex COLORS collection. Although catalogued as "Lime" is tends towards avocado. It's lower price reflects that it is in used condition.
This is an uncovered "refrigerator" dish (1 1/2 pt. size) from the Pyrex COLORS collection. Although catalogued as "Lime" is tends towards avocado. Refrigerator dishes went from the oven to the fridge---so it can be used as a mini-loaf pan! It's in good condition.
This is the small 1 1/2 qt. Lemonade carafe stamped "For Cold Liquids Only".
This "Starlight" carafe holds 48 oz. of juice or other cold drink. It is typical Eames and space era.
This white "milk glass" mug was made by Federal Glass- stamped with Federal's "Heat Proof" and shielded "F"
This smaller juicer reamer is perfect for squeezing the lemons/limes for your summer drinks. It's in excellent condition.
This is one of the most popular glassware patterns --this the Pyrex version- a 10 oz. mug
This is a set of 8 retro '70's burnt orange Pyrex mugs (10 oz).
This Federal Glass Coffee Carafe had us convinced it was a Pyrex---beautiful slender design in the popular retro pattern "Starlight".
This Pyrex drink carafe was made for your "hard" drinks. Its gold decorations include martini shakers, wine glasses and bubbling champagne glasses are typical of the Eames Era.
This is a Fire-King 5x9 loaf dish in excellent condition. The Meadow Green pattern- made between 1967-77 is an example of the decal on white oven ware made by Anchor-Hocking and sold under the Fire-King name.
includes shipping Celebrate with Winnie the Pooh cookie pops. This is Wilton Disney licensed multiple cavity (6) cookie pops pan #2105-8708.
This 2 1/2 qt. mixing bowl is the superbly retro 1970's white on green Crazy Daisy pattern. This avocado green pattern was alternately known as Spring Blossom Green. It is in excellent condition.
This is a 4 in. square souvenir dish--probably sold as an ashtray. Although it is stamped "Mitterbach- Bavaria, Germany", it is of the Quebecoise shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre. It's beautiful depiction of the shrine is trimmed with gold.
This 2 1/2/ qt mixing bowl is in the Brown on White Early American pattern. It is in excellent condition.
When teaching, I used these fountain pens (cartridge type) to motivate my students to learn to write cursive. I bought these trainers from a pen merchant in London--where all children still learnn to write cursive with fountain pens. For $1.25 you receive, the pen (medium fine point) and 1 cartridge. I will even send my "how to write with a fountan pen" list.