Vintage Set of Early Non Numbered Pyrex Nesting Bowls - Primary Colors

Vintage Set of Early Non Numbered Pyrex Nesting Bowls - Primary Colors

Regular price $145.00


Product Description:  Pyrex nesting bowls are a popular collectible. Other than for nostalgic reasons, they are easy to store and of course we love displaying them.  Pyrex first mixing bowl set was the Primary Colors, which was colored overlay on a white opal surface. This terrific, set of 1/4"-thick-walled, Pyrex Nesting Bowls is the earliest sets Pyrex manufactured and each are "non-numbered"  in the well-known primary colors, yellow, green, red and blue.  If you haven't started collecting Pyrex, this may be your set to start your collection.

Circa: 1940's

1/4" thick rim on each
blue, 5 1/2" - 5 5/8" diameter, 3 3/8" height
red - 7 1/8" - 7 1/4" diameter, 3 3/4" height
green - 8 5/8" - 8 3/4" diameter, 4" height
yellow, 10 1/4" - 10 3/8", 4 1/2" height

Product Weight:  8 pounds 6 ounces

Markings:    T.M. Reg. (in an arch above Pyrex) PYREX U.S. Pat. Office  (on each of the 4 pieces)

Color:  yellow, green, red, blue

Condition:   Previously owned - used.  Yellow - Good condition, very minor inside scratches.  Green - good condition, minor inside scratches.   Red - moderate to poor surface wear on exterior, scratches and wear ring around lower belly, minor scratches inside.  Blue - Good condition, minor scratches. 

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