thrift-share monday: a bit of candy

some of the pyrex colours reminds me of candy. is it just me? i think it’s the way the colours and patterns seem to swirl out from the pure white background.

my most recent finds, in excellent condition:

403 (2.5 qt) horizon blue bowl…

horizon blue bowl 2.5 qt

blue horizon casserole detail

475B (2.5 qt) friendship casserole (no lid)…

friendship casserole

i’m not sure what the “B” after 475 means. anyone know?

friendship casserole detail

i’ll be sharing this post with apron thrift girl’s thrift-share monday and the pyrex collective.

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14 Responses to thrift-share monday: a bit of candy

  1. Corey says:

    Would you believe? I just picked up a stack of Pyrex LIDS at a yard sale. Three of them and they fit three of my bowls that had been thus far lidless. They aren’t factory matches, that would be something of a miracle, but they fit and now I can stop using my plates as toppers.

  2. Nancy S says:

    I so agree that Pyrex colors are reminiscent of candy. My favorite one at home is the flamingo pink. So like cotton candy, it reminds me of carnivals and state fairs. Yum!

  3. beetree says:

    Friendship is just so happy! It’s definitely eye-candy- nice scores Ana!

  4. Oh lovely lovely pyrex!!!

    The Joyful thrifter

  5. ~*~Patty says:

    delicious candy
    that it must be hard to get enough of ;)

  6. Pat C. says:

    I’m one of those weird people who like to research stuff–about anything, for anyone. I took your question about your cheery Friendship casserole as a personal challenge!

    Thanks to Corelle Corner, here’s what I found out:

    475 refers to the 2 1/2-quart size of the Cinderella Casserole Set. (Scroll about halfway down the page.)

    “B” refers to “bowl. (“C” refers to “cover”.) (Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page.)

    Scroll way down to “1970s” for info about Friendship. Be sure to click on the link to the 1971 catalogue page about the pattern.; )

    And pretty pics of more pieces in the pattern on Nice Mystery Person’s site:

    Hope this helps!

  7. Ana!!! My kitchen is orange too!!!

    Sorry, I don’t know why I got so excited about that. But I did. ;0

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