I have found the most delightful blogs - a 'set' of blogs actually: Pyrex Collective, Pyrex Collective II and Pyrex Collective III. Given that the objects of their passion can come in sets it seems appropriate that they blog about them in a set. The writers of these collectives discuss the weighty issues of collecting that many of us can relate to no matter what our pursuit, while sharing the colorful delights of the Pyrex spectrum.
|1960 Holiday Casserole, Heather of Lark & Lola.|
Similar emotion was shared by Rachael on Pyrex Collective III when a friend found a piece marked by a previous owner with nail polish:
"She gasped in horror when she saw this! . . . This is a definite case of Pyrex abuse! Shame on them!".
Thrifter Sisters moaned in consternation when faced with a pile of duplicates, the result of sending hubby to an estate sale in her stead:
"Evidently my husband is a member of the 'Leave No Pyrex Behind' club."
(To his credit he scored every single piece available at the estate sale for a mere $35!)
|Six Balloons' favored little workhorse, a yellow Fridgie.|
|From Lesley of Froog and Doog on PCIII.|
Take the time to enjoy the Pyrex Collectives - pages of fun, colorful anecdotes, advice and experience offered by fun, colorful and passionate collectors!