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PYREX 5th edition
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I just wanted to share an exciting piece of news: the 5th edition of my PYREX book is finally in production. This is a totally new book from front to back so even if you have the 4th edition, here's…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Grover May 30.

Come Meet Barbara and Jim Mauzy

We will be at Bedford Street Antiques in Carlisle, PA on Saturday and Sunday. We will have all of our books for sale, but this is a special Peanut Butter Glasses event. We will launch the new third…Continue

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Barbara E. Mauzy commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Collecting Duck Decoys And Goose Decoys
"Picked up three black duck decoys from the North Maine woods. All are listing on eBay ~ same maker, solid wood, glass eyes, swivel heads."
Oct 13
Barbara E. Mauzy commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Collectible Glass Kitchen Shakers
"Vicki ~ many kitchen collectibles came from freebies. Back in the late 1920s and early 1930s salesmen from the electric companies would travel farm to farm in rural America and attempt to talk the husband and wife into getting new electric…"
Oct 12
Barbara E. Mauzy commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Collectible Glass Kitchen Shakers
"I have handled thousands of shakers, but this is the first one of these I have ever seen! Jim and I picked it up today at an estate sale in Northern Maine. What do you think? "
Oct 12
Barbara E. Mauzy commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Bakelite In The Kitchen
" The handle of this pastry blender was the color of mud. Look what was hidden under the oxidation! "
Sep 28
Barbara E. Mauzy commented on C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk's group Bakelite In The Kitchen
" This handle started as army green. A little while later, this is Jim's result! Want to do this? I show and tell all in my book, Bakelite in the Kitchen, 2nd ed."
Sep 28
becki commented on Barbara E. Mauzy's status
"a pleasure hun, have you had a look at the picture i posted? I am turning into somewhat of a geek on the subject now, so if i can advise in any little way i would be more than happy x x x"
Sep 18
Barbara E. Mauzy posted a status
"WOW~ Where have I been all these years that this PYREX history is lost to me. THANKS so much for the link. I have just learned a ton!!!"
Sep 18
becki left a comment for Barbara E. Mauzy
"hi, jaj is the british company in sunderland that produced pyrex, this link explains better than me x x http://pyrexinwonderland.wordpress.com/2012/03/17/jaj-pyrex/"
Sep 18
Barbara E. Mauzy left a comment for becki
"OK, you have me stumped; what is jaj? I spend the summer in a village of under 400 people. What is the size of your village? We also have a thrift store in the neighboring town, which is, I suppose, the same as a charity shop. "
Sep 18
becki left a comment for Barbara E. Mauzy
"many thanks for your lovely greeting, i live in a village so the charity shops in the next town are oozing with jaj and pyrex, if anyone wants me to look out for anything in particular just let me know. i lost my original collection so starting…"
Sep 18
Barbara E. Mauzy left a comment for becki
"Welcome to the PYREX group. You are from the UK? WOW!!!! You have access to wonderful PYREX that we don't have in the states. I hope you make us green with envy by sharing some pix! Welcome!!! Barbara"
Sep 17
Barbara E. Mauzy replied to Andrew Grover's discussion Tiny tulips from England in the group Collecting Vintage PYREX Glassware
"Andrew~ thanks for posting these pictures!!! So, what else might be out there in this design? I like the atypical shape of the top piece. Collectors: what do you think???"
Sep 15
Verontique commented on Barbara E. Mauzy's group Collectible Glasbake Ovenware
"I think this one is called Starburst? "
Sep 14
Verontique commented on Barbara E. Mauzy's group Collectible Glasbake Ovenware
"Believe they call this "Love Birds" - it's a divided dish by Glasbake! "
Sep 14
vicki hufstetler commented on Barbara E. Mauzy's group Collectible Glasbake Ovenware
"Deb - "Philbe" was made by Fire King - aka Hocking, Not Glass Bake, just fyi! https://www.etsy.com/market/fire_king_philbe"
Sep 14
Verontique commented on Barbara E. Mauzy's group Collectible Glasbake Ovenware
"I like your Going Green with Vintage Glassware article above.  Since I have "rediscovered" Glasbake, Pyrex and Corning Ware again, it has made me want to actually use it in my everyday cooking (and of course display/resell the really…"
Sep 14

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Barbara Mauzy (pronounced Moe-ZEE) is a dealer, collector, author, lecturer, and enthusiast in Depression Glass, Fire-King, Bakelite, gadgetry, and anything related to American kitchens from the 1920s –1950s. Barbara has published 18 different books on this fascinating topic, and has been written about as well as written for numerous magazines, and has been a guest on a number of television programs. Look for Barbara on eBay listing auctions as todays_pleasures_tomorrows_treasures and in this eBay store: Barbara and Jim Mauzy.
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At 7:09am on September 18, 2014, becki said…
hi, jaj is the british company in sunderland that produced pyrex, this link explains better than me x x http://pyrexinwonderland.wordpress.com/2012/03/17/jaj-pyrex/
At 3:57am on September 18, 2014, becki said…
many thanks for your lovely greeting, i live in a village so the charity shops in the next town are oozing with jaj and pyrex, if anyone wants me to look out for anything in particular just let me know. i lost my original collection so starting again, i was pleased to pick up the chelsea print jaj set, photo on main wall, for 5 pounds, i would appreciate your feedback on it x x x
At 11:36pm on June 3, 2014, carol easterday said…

thank you Barbara! I am so glad I found this site :)

At 11:30am on May 3, 2014, Verontique said…

Hi Barbara, I just wanted to let you know I have one of your "Mauzy's Depression Glass" price guide book and it has helped me so much throughout the years of collecting depression glass.  I take it with me everywhere!  Your books are AWESOME!!! Veronica

At 7:01pm on December 25, 2013, Jennifer Carter said…
Hi Barbara. I have a question about your Pyrex books. Could you inbox me?
At 7:05am on December 23, 2013, Andrew Grover said…

Thank you very much for all of your help Barbara! I'll contact the publishers today.
Happy Holidays!
Andrew Grover

At 9:24pm on September 22, 2013, Just Scrappin' By said…

Thank you Barbara!  I am a both a collector and a dealer.  I love all things that are vintage kitchen related.  We recently acquired some lovely glasses and I will take pics and post them soon.    l look forward to learning lots of new things from the group! 

At 7:32pm on August 7, 2013, Donna Cook said…

Thank you Barbara, I'm looking forward to being a part of the group.

Donna

At 8:53pm on August 1, 2013, Diane Schneider said…

a question for Barbara Mauzy, re: pyrex, this is a question posted by another person, I am just adding it here in hopes of finding an answer

 

"there is one that I have not received a answer from any group or dealer.  I have pyrex that have a back stamp that does not show where it was made."

 

At 9:08am on July 26, 2013, Kyle :-D said…

Hi Barbara I wanted to stop in and tell you THANK YOU for your amazing book. I just purchased the 2011 edition of the one made for identifying depression glass and could not be happier! It is a wonderful book full of super useful information!

 
 
 

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