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Collecting Vintage PYREX Glassware

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Collecting Vintage PYREX Glassware

Have fun exploring collectible Pyrex with Barbara Mauzy.Lots of colors, styles and kitchenwares to discuss and share photos.

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Latest Activity: Feb 24, 2017

Meet Your Moderator, Author Barbara E. Mauzy

A Note from Your Moderator Barbara E, Mauzy

Calling all lovers and collectors of vintage glassware: join our PYREX discussion, share your expertise, ask your questions, and post your pictures! As the author of the only PYREX book in print I will offer assistance and share my enthusiasm for this vintage glassware that goes from the freezer to the oven. Go green with vintage glass and have fun along the way! PYREX The Unauthorized Collectors’ Guide is in its fourth edition and I have networked for and am working on the fifth edition which will add PYREX Restaurantware. Don’t miss my other eighteen titles!

Barbara

Discussion Forum

Gaiety/Snowflake design but on a ribbed bowl 1 Reply

Started by Mark. Last reply by Old Time Glass Jun 1, 2016.

Pyrex Friendship

Started by Constance Telenda Oct 22, 2015.

Friendship pattern, but all red?

Started by Sandy Bruckner Jun 6, 2015.

Is this a casserole dish? 5 Replies

Started by Annette. Last reply by Constance Telenda Feb 16, 2015.

Value of Pyrex. 6 Replies

Started by Annette. Last reply by Annette Feb 14, 2015.

YARD SALE FIND 5 Replies

Started by tomsantiquesetcetera. Last reply by Annette Feb 14, 2015.

I need help with a divided dish! 2 Replies

Started by Andrew Grover. Last reply by Theresa Feb 7, 2015.

Tiny tulips from England 3 Replies

Started by Andrew Grover. Last reply by Andrew Grover Sep 25, 2014.

chelsea print set

Started by becki Sep 17, 2014.

Help with BIG Roaster Lid (?) that says PYREX 20 Replies

Started by Virgilgal. Last reply by Andrew Grover Jul 5, 2014.

Has anyone found a copy of Barbara's newest edition of Pyrex: The Unauthorized Collector's Guide? 1 Reply

Started by Andrew Grover. Last reply by Barbara E. Mauzy May 30, 2014.

PYREX®: The Unauthorized Collector’s Guide Barbara E. Mauzy 1 Reply

Started by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk. Last reply by Andrew Grover Mar 25, 2014.

Is this an actual pattern? 1 Reply

Started by Jennifer Carter. Last reply by Andrew Grover Nov 15, 2013.

COMPLETELY clear measuring cup 4 Replies

Started by Judy Jordan. Last reply by Judy Jordan Sep 27, 2013.

A question about cleaning 5 Replies

Started by Judy Jordan. Last reply by Judy Jordan Aug 10, 2013.

1930s Pyrex Advertising 2 Replies

Started by vintagerecycling. Last reply by vintagerecycling Jul 7, 2013.

trying one more time 9 Replies

Started by Shari Beymer. Last reply by Jennifer Carter Jun 17, 2013.

blue clouds 8 Replies

Started by Andrew Grover. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Jun 13, 2013.

Pyrex pie plate

Started by Greg Pierce May 28, 2013.

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Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on March 13, 2010 at 6:22pm
I have been working with America Test Kitchens. They are in the process of having PYREX from each decade melted down and then analyzed to determine if there's been a change in the formal. Yes, some PYREX has exploded in the microwave, no it's not from China. I recommend that if you want to put PYREX in the microwave stick to patterns from the 1940s and 1950s as they seem to be fine. Also remember to keep anything with a gold rim or gold embellishments out of the microwave as it's real gold which (obviously) is a metal. Welcome to the group! B
Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on March 13, 2010 at 5:55pm
Here's our most recent acquisition which we found at the Sanland DG Show in January.
Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on March 13, 2010 at 5:54pm

Comment by Patty Reading on March 13, 2010 at 5:46pm
Is it true that the "new" Pyrex is being made in China or Japan and can explode because they are using different chemicals in the glass?
Comment by Barbara E. Mauzy on March 13, 2010 at 5:37pm
Welcome one and all! I will be posting some pictures of PYREX in original boxes and some interesting pieces produced for company events. Please join in! Share! Chat! Let's have fun!
 

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