Pyrex Is Bringing Back a Coveted Vintage Pattern
Some Pyrex collectors pay thousands for a piece of vintage cookware.
Target will sell a new limited-edition Pyrex collection that looks just like your grandma's vintage set.
Some Pyrex collectors pay thousands for a piece of vintage cookware. Now, you can get a four-piece set that looks just like grandma's for just $12.
This March, Pyrex will revive one of the its most coveted patterns—first introduced in 1959—for a new line at Target. The pattern, called Lucky in Love, will be a limited-edition line for the brand. The design features hearts and shamrocks, making it perfect for St. Patrick's Day entertaining.
The nearly-indestructible storage dishes (which all come with snap-on lids), will be sold in a variety of shapes and sizes. The round dishes range in size from one cup to seven cup and are priced between $4 and $8. The rectangular dishes are offered in 3-cup, 6-cup, and 11-cup sizes, ranging in price from $6 to $10.
Don't let the low price fool you—Pyrex dishes are known for standing the test of time. Plus, old-school glassware is making a comeback. According to Etsy, searches for vintage Pyrex, opaque milk glass, shimming carnival glass, and textured Depression glass were at an all-time high earlier this year.
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