You might recall old-fashioned Pyrex dishes as a hallmark of your mom or grandmother’s kitchen. They are most-often patterned with bright colors and made from glass with a glass lid.
Now, those dishes are going for up to $1,800 online, the TODAY Show reports.
Experts said if you are looking to sell your vintage pyrex, the bright colors tend to do the best, and the floral or geometric designs are popular.
There’s even a hashtag devoted to this, #pyrexjunkie on Instagram.
There are entire articles online about how the new Pyrex formula, soda-lime, is less durable than the previous “borosilicate” used on the vintage versions.
H/T Today Show
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