If You Have Bowls Like This in Your Cabinets, You Might Be Coming Into Money Soon

Who doesn’t love Pyrex? This heat-resistant and ultra-durable cookware has been a staple in many a kitchen since its launch back in 1915. Recently, the vintage or limited edition versions of the virtually shatterproof pieces have created quite the stir on online marketplaces like Etsy and eBay, with some hard-to-find sets selling for thousands of bucks!

But, before we get too ahead of ourselves, let’s take a closer look at why so many home cooks consider these special composite glass pieces to be the Rolls Royce of kitchenware…

fruit in pyrex bowls

Why Pyrex?

Let us tell you a story to which all of you can surely relate:

You are 7-years-old, standing in your grandmother’s kitchen. It’s a big day for you because she is finally allowing you in on her famous cookie recipe. She instructs you to carry over that heavy Pyrex bowl filled with cookie dough that is sitting on the counter above you. You’re not sure if your small hands can lift it, but you don’t protest. All is going ok until…


The ooey-gooey dough is all over Grandma’s linoleum, but somehow, that bowl magically survived the fall. Sounds familiar, right?

If your nanna was anything like ours, she cleaned up the mess and wiped away your tears without a second thought. After all, that’s what grandmas are for!

With that being said, the tale isn’t meant to invoke a bad childhood memory, but rather to illustrate the point at-hand—Pyrex pieces LAST. As a matter of fact, it’s why the company that makes the item, CorningWare, has managed to do well for the past 100 years.

Now onto the truly important issue—why people are actually willing to pay THOUSANDS of dollars for a set of their own.

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