These days, I keep half an eye out for vintage Pyrex and Corning Ware. I don't really need any, and when I do find it, the prices are usually higher than I'm willing to pay. No one told whoever did the pricing at this estate sale that Hubby and I stumbled across a couple of weeks ago.
And this piece with its pretty metallic pine cones was seventy-five cents. When I bought it, I wasn't sure exactly what it was, but it had to be worth that. According to Pyrex Love, it's a Golden Pine Promotional Space Saver Casserole With Cradle. Doesn't it just beg to be filled with something yummy for Thanksgiving dinner?
The sale was in a huge old house, the sort of rambling mid century modern place that makes me want to pack up my kids and move in. (I love my 1920 farmhouse, but those huge basements!) Usually if I'm shopping with Hubby, we discuss possible purchases, but with this stuff it was "Honey, you're buying me Pyrex!"
This post is linked to Time Travel Thursday, Treasure Hunt Thursday, Vintage Thingie Thursday, Share Your Cup, We Call it Olde, and Ivy and Elephants.Thriftasaurus, Thrift Share,