Pyrex and fire-king are a popular collectibles these days. I had many pieces given to me as wedding gifts in 1968, and I sure wish I had some of those now because they are sought after by many collectors. I've been lucky to find a few pieces recently, though:
This is a signed "Fred Press" casserole and stand. It originally had a lid that added a lot to its retro look. Finding the signature was a challenge as it was quite small and blended into the design.
Sweet covered casserole is one of those stove-to-table items that were so popular in the 50's-70's. I have a couple of these already, so this one will be sold.
This pattern is called Blue Heaven for some reason; I'm sure the dish once had a lid. I also buy lids and try to match them up to complete a set, and have had some success but often the lid is just not quite the right size. Ah me.
Linking to these friends today: A Vintage Green, Colorado Lady, Apron Thrift Girl, Her Library Adventures, From my Front Porch to Yours and A Coastal Charm. Check them out to see lots of great thrifting finds and vintage items!
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