Who is Hot for Pyrex?

  Hi - my name is Megan.  I am an avid collector and historian of all things Pyrex.  It all started with the gift of Autumn Harvest casseroles (thanks, mom) and it took off from there.  My mission is to help document and share rare and hard to find vintage Pyrex with the community - pictures, documentation, as well as the stories of the people who created and collect it.

 

Hi - my name is Megan.  I am an avid collector and historian of all things Pyrex.  It all started with the gift of Autumn Harvest casseroles (thanks, mom) and it took off from there.  My mission is to help document and share rare and hard to find vintage Pyrex with the community - pictures, documentation, as well as the stories of the people who created and collect it.

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100 Years of Pyrex

Documenting rare & hard to find vintage Pyrex is my passion


Collecting Pyrex is such a visual experience.  The colors and the patterns found on vintage Pyrex provide us with a snapshot of what was popular or in fashion at the time.  

Pyrex bakeware gives us the opportunity to peek into the kitchens of the past, lets us imagine what a holiday dinner table would look like, and what the bride to be would receive for her wedding - all without leaving our seats.  Pyrex is often overlooked as a collectible in favor for more "artistic" glass, but don't be fooled.  It is an honest reflection of our country and our homes.


A Visual History of Pyrex

Check out the Reference page for links to pictures of Pyrex from around the world, or use the quick links below.


The Hot for Pyrex Guide to Rare and Hard To Find Pyrex