Pyrex glass dating

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On the other end of the Pyrex-collecting spectrum is a young, twenty-something Pyrex enthusiast who calls herself Pyrex Hellcat.Pyrex Hellcat says she got into the hobby by way of the whole 1950s-muscle car-pinup scene.You can often find better deals at an estate sale than you’ll find online. Part of Pyrex’s popularity is due to the nostalgia factor.Many collectors love Pyrex simply because it reminds them of childhood.By 1922, the Pyrex line featured 22 different pieces that served various purposes.

Not to be confused with the promo pattern “Wheat” which features tan on brown.

For still others, the fun of Pyrex is in the thrill of the hunt.

(Vintage Jadeite and Fire King have similar followings).

GLASS FACTORY INFO ~ Dating ~ Antique Bottles ~ Fruit Jars ~ Glass Electrical Insulators ~ Tableware ~ Articles about different kinds of Glassware ~ Manufacturers' Marks used by Glass Companies in the United States The trademark “Pyrex” was first used c.

1915 for Corning’s borosilicate heat-resistant glassware formula.

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