Shenandoah Pyrex 475 Casserole │ Vintage Pyrex Collection

A week or two ago, I found a vintage Pyrex Shenandoah casserole, in the largest size. When I came across her in the thrift store, I was going by memory on whether I had this piece or not.

I keep a running list on my phone of what I've found over the years, and I take pictures of my Pyrex closet to refer to during my sourcing quests. But often I can't see everything in the photo, nor are my notes as meticulous as they could be.

I couldn't remember having this size so I bit the bullet (knowing I could sell the piece if I already had it) and was thrilled to discover I didn't own it!

Now, I only need casseroles 473 and 474 and I'll have the complete set to this pattern. I love the pale yellow with the light green leaf motif. It's much more muted and mellow than some of the other patterns and colors vintage Pyrex usually is.

The book I use to refer to all of my finds is called Pyrex Passion. It's where some of the photos here are from. This book is phenomenal. For any Pyrex collector, it's a must. 

If you're not into Pyrex, that's okay. It's just a joy to be able to thrift my pieces still. 98% of my collection is thrifted. I started collecting Pyrex to keep my thrifting and sourcing for my Etsy shop fun.

And you know what? It's worked.


A vintage piece of Pyrex

Shenandoah Pyrex

Shenandoah Pyrex
I had a lid waiting in my "lids stash" for it!

Shenandoah Pyrex Casserole Dishes

Vintage Pyrex

Shenandoah Pyrex Page

Shenandoah Page

Shenandoah Pyrex Page


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