Just after I arrived there, I saw an ad in the newspaper for a half price off everything sale at Robin's Nest - I made the trek - I'm glad I did - it was a really cute little shop - lots of neat stuff. These were the most reasonably priced pieces, I paid $15 for the two.
My first piece of Daisy - and it's in perfect shape.
Snowflake Garland - divided dish, love it!!
In my little fishing village there is a shop called Blue Moon Treasures - it's nice to have a collectible shop within walking distance but very dangerous - I think I went there three times - they had quite a bit of Pyrex - here's a piece that I didn't buy - I wanted it - but wouldn't pay $30 for one piece of Pyrex - wonder if it'll still be sitting there next time I go..
I took this picture in the shop - I didn't buy it the first day - I didn't realize it was a promotional dish called Compass - it was sitting on a stand. I don't know if that stand an original to the dish or not. I paid $8 for it which I thought was reasonable for a collectible shop.
My favorite purchase was this lime green baking pan - I've used it already for a batch of Rice Krispie Squares - just the right size pan. I have the lime green square pan and pie plate - now I'm on the lookout for a loaf pan.
I bought this Spice of Life cream and sugar at the same shop - they were priced individually which is kind of silly, the clerk didn't notice until it was too late so she gave them to me for $2.75 - good price!!!
Gooseberry in two colors - how lucky was that!! The 442 bowl was $8 - they must like that price at Blue Moon! The 474 casserole is a great size - this is so pretty! I bought it at a huge indoor yard sale which advertised over 150 vendors, I don't think so - I don't know if there were 50. And, I think this piece was the only Pyrex in the place - price of that was $10 - I had to bargain for that price!
I didn't even really take stock of this casserole -it didn't look like Pyrex - but it is , another promotional called Floral, the price, once again, $8.
The color on this sure didn't turn out very good but it is Delphite, blue top and bottom, made in Canada. I was talking Pyrex to my mother's friend-she got up and presented me with this fridgie. I couldn't believe it! You never know who might have hidden Pyrex - you should always bring it up in conversation!
That's it for my PEI Pyrex - I have other treasures to blog about, I'll leave that for another day....