I just love some good Pyrex finds. This is the Horizon Blue pattern. After researching the pattern on Pyrex Love I found out this set was $3.95 originally. I paid more than that. There was 2 dark rings around the rims of 2 of the bowls. I was able to get rid of the rings by soaking them in hot hot soap water. I then took soap and a toothpick and more soap and started scrubbing. I did not damage them and was able to get the (grease?) marks off. These look more aqua in person than blue. Deep aqua. Inside was totally clean. Sparkling even.
I found a whole batch of vintage Tupperware. I paid $5.00 for them all. I have no more room for any more bowls in my cabinets. I have resorted to putting them in my pantry which is actually my buffet table. I will need to get a cabinet soon. I have been looking for the right one.
This is not Pyrex or Fire King or Anchor Hocking. There is no name. I have another one of these. That too is not marked. Yet it looks just like them.
I know I just found 4 of these. I found 4 more. What can I do pass them up for 30 cents? I didn't think so. I can not explain the Pyrex love I have.
I found these set of 6 Leonora plastic plates. They are from 1960's. They are made from the company Prolon in Florence, Mass.
I have been seeing these plates all over. I found this platter and said hey for 49 cents, I will take you home.