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Congratulations to the high-bidder of this amazing piece of “Pyrex Holy Grail!” Please take lots of pics so we can live vicariously through you! This is probably old news to those of you who are e Bay regulars, but I came across this completed auction recently and was so happy to see a big Pyrex mystery solved!I love how it says “Glamorous 22k gold decorated design.” Very befitting to its Duchess name!Many thanks to cricket_lizard on e Bay who kindly gave us permission to use her auction images! There’s nothing like having a Pyrex mystery piece identified!Pyrex Love fan Shannon was kind enough to share her recent acquisition, a lovely lidded round casserole we had called “Silhouette,” which features a dark orange-red on a peachy background which made the pattern into silhouettes of daisies.
While standing off to the side of dance floor, snickering at the increasingly drunken and emboldened displays of dancing, a man approached."Hey. ""Haven't decided yet."He laughed and said something to the effect that I was intimidating. I left them in Oregon.""Well, can I have your number? As Pyrex collectors, one of the questions we get asked the most is: “Do you actually use your Pyrex? We have vintage (and contemporary) Pyrex pieces are all over our house and we do use them every day.Some of the pieces we use the most are the #222 8″ x 8″ square and the #507 Heinz Promotional baking pans, as you can see here, we’ve used them to bake “His & Her” enchiladas (I sadly cannot have too much dairy, so mine has soy cheese on top).This Lucky in Love casserole was found among her things after she passed away.
I am so curious as to where and how she got the casserole, but I guess we’ll never know.
The vintage glass bakes up evenly and keeps the food piping hot, much more so than newer glass.