Friday, August 28, 2009

Pink Pyrex for Pink Saturday

I stopped in at a moving sale Friday morning and found the prettiest pink Pyrex  2 qt. casserole with a metal stand. I don’t know if it ever had a lid…probably not…I don’t recall ever seeing a square or rectangular lid on Pyrex dishes.

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I love the design…not flowers or really any theme.

When I brought it home, hubby seemed surprisingly interested in what I had found… he thinks it would be perfect for his favorite hot artichoke dip…

I was pleased that it matches another pink find, a small Pyrex bowl…

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I love my bright  Homer Laughlin Mexicana dishes and the Fiesta colored Rivera pieces I have, but lately I’ve been pulled toward the pink tones… not just in the kitchen and in the garden but also in my closet…lots more pink than I have ever worn before…I really enjoy this weekly dose so I’m off to make the rounds. Stop by Beverly’s house and pick up your invitation. http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/

There’s sure to be a beautiful group waiting to welcome you. Have a very pink week. 

14 comments:

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, LaVerne.

What a great find! And, I love the bowl with the stripes.

I just saw your smiling face on Suzie's Pink Saturday post.

dana said...

Good Morning! What a find with that darling PINK casserole!! I love that soft color, too. I have the PINK Pyrex nesting bowls that my mom used in her kitchen. They are full of scratches from years of use...I still use them, too, and I smile each time I do. They bring me closer to my mom.

Happy Pink Saturday! Dana

Terri Morse said...

LaVerne, your pink Pyrex is amazing. I love the striped bowl. Happy Pink Saturday!

Mary said...

I love the pinks you've chosen to share with us today. I hope you are "in the pink" and having a wonderful day.

She'sSewPretty said...

Oh! I love that little striped Pyrex bowl! I've never seen one like it. I collect the McCoy bowls with the pink stripe but now I'll be on the look out for some of that pink pyrex. Have a wonderful pink weekend!

My Crafty Little Page said...

I'm jealous! I love your pink pyrex and I've never seen the little stripe bowl before. We're getting more pastel in our 60's I guess. Got your upstairs room all fixed up again for you...come anytime. Love you my friend, Nancy

Gabriela said...

Happy Pink Saturday!


I love this retro look!


~ Gabriela ~

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday Laverne, and thank you for sharing this wonderful find. Oh I love the pyrex dish but especially that little bowl. It is just beautiful. I could have a kitchen full of pyrex. It never wears out. Please stop by and say hi. I would love to have you visit. Country hugs, Sherry

someplace in thyme said...

Hi LaVerne, don't you just love the patterns and dishes from way back when. They make me feel like a little girl again and so warm and secure. Brings back some great memories of times past, Happy Pink Saturday, Char

Claudia said...

What great finds - I love the pink pyrex and the bowl is fabulous! Happy Pink Saturday!

Amisha said...

Very pretty!

Look in the Nook said...

Good find. I love the PINK pyrex.
Happy Pink Saturday.
ENJOY
~Jany~
Don't forget to "Look in the nook"

Wrightboysmum said...

Love the pink Pyrex I've never seen it before. I have blues instead. Happy Pink Saturday.

Drawn to The Sea said...

Makes me think of macaroni & cheese, hot cinnamon rolls & meat pie. One of my favorite aunts had that pretty pink Pyrex, & was a fabulous cook. Nice memories...

~Julia

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