Look, there I am on move-in day and there's some Pyrex in that cabinet!
My first Pyrex piece was the smaller "balloons" pattern bowl. I just fell in love with it. That was found probably six years ago, and today I don't ever see that pattern in antique stores, or any turquoise pieces for that matter. At first, I thought it was a mixing bowl set after finding the larger bowl and I longed to find what I thought would be white "balloon" bowls. Turned out to be the chip and dip set, which just made it way cooler!
I still collect turquoise, white, and a few other Pyrex favorites slipped in through-out. The first picture features my collect mixed with a major haul I had one day. My thought was to take a picture of "the most Pyrex I've ever had" hahaha. Again, not much compared to others. I'm starting to think my husband is purposely stalling on getting that china cabinet I want... with reason, I guess. Now that my collection is getting a little more personalized, I've started to let go of other pieces and condense. My Etsy Shop is doing well. I've sold a few things including Pyrex and Fire-King. I was even contacted from a person in my city that stopped by to purchase my beloved "constellations" divided dish and to browse at what else I had. My sister made fun of me because this is exactly what my parents do. I had people "coming to the house." Oh, bother. It's been a ton of fun though. My favorite thing since starting my shop (besides the "hunting") is researching what I find. I've been wrong on some things and I've made a few mistakes, but I'm OK with it. I really like doing this! Like I said in my previous post, I feel like a personal shopper for you all!