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11 Gifts for the Vintage Pyrex Lover in Your Life

We found the best gifts for vintage Pyrex lovers (besides more Pyrex!). Discover some of our favorite presents inspired by those iconic retro designs.

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Charming Kitchen Art

Vintage Pyrex collectors know that the saying in this print ($10) is true: Home is where the Pyrex is. Maybe it’s the vintage charm or the cozy memories we associate with these dishes, but a retro Pyrex dish on display or in use serving up our favorite vintage recipes just makes us feel at home.

Get this print in several sizes (and Pyrex patterns) here.

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Mod Kitchen Tote Bag

Whether you take it on a Pyrex hunt or just to the store for groceries, this tote ($20) is a cute way to give a nod to your love for all things vintage. And if you find a new Pyrex piece, be sure you’re taking care of it—follow our tips.

Find it here.

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Pyrex Stacking Bowls Necklace

Whether you love Pyrex or just quirky vintage finds, this necklace ($30) makes a great addition to your jewelry box. Think how fun it would be to don this at your next potluck or party with your baking besties.

Get it on Etsy.

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Butterprint T-shirt

Butterprint is arguably one of the most popular Pyrex patterns for collectors. It’s one of the originals after all! Show off your love for the classic on a super soft casual tee ($38).

Get this shirt here—or have the design printed on a long-sleeve tee, sweatshirt and more.

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Pyrex Print Tea Towels

Tea towels are the perfect hostess gift. Combine them with a pretty stack of Pyrex ($10) and you’ve got a great little gift for a vintage-loving friend. Seriously, who doesn’t love something that’s cute and functional?

Find them in a few colors on Etsy.

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Pyrex-Inspired Clock

Is it time for another Pyrex hunting trip? This clock ($31) will always tell you yes. And when you’re not out scouring thrift shops, antique malls and yard sales for unusual finds, this clock will look pretty in any vintage kitchen.

Find it here.

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Vintage Pyrex Pin

Want to show off your love of vintage Pyrex in a subtle way? This sweet enamel pin ($10) is just the thing to pop on your jacket’s lapel. Plus a funky little bauble like this is sure to have other collectors asking where’d you get that?

Get it on Etsy.

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Pyrex-Inspired Hoop Art

Serious collectors are known to fill every nook and cranny of their homes with pretty Pyrex patterns. If you’ve got an inch to spare, though, this tiny hoop ($14) is just the thing to fill it with. This stack of Cinderella bowls is too precious. Personalize it and it makes a perfect gift. Heck, it would make a great Christmas ornament, too! Save that idea for your next Secret Santa along with these treats.

Personalize this gift here.

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Pyrex Charm Bracelet

Take your favorite patterns with you with this eclectic charm bracelet ($55). You’ll find older patterns, like Gooseberry and Butterprint, alongside some of the more ’70s and ’80s retro designs. Butterfly and Spring Blossoms deserve some love, too! While you’re at it, think about mixing up some of these ’70s recipes—they deserve a comeback!

Find this bracelet (and many variations with your favorite prints) on Etsy.

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Patterned Recipe Cards

Pair some of Pyrex’s classic patterns with old-school recipe cards ($6) for a darling just-for-fun gift suitable for anyone from die-hard to casual collectors. If you want to be crowned friend of the year, tuck a package of these into a just-thrifted Pyrex dish.

Buy a pack of 12 here.

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Pyrex Magnets

For a simple way to show of your love of Pyrex—other than a stellar collection—snag a magnet or two ($7). This is a great way to show off your favorite designs, even if you haven’t managed to track them down yet.

Get them here.

Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is an associate editor at Taste of Home where she gets to embrace her passion for baking. She pours this love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.

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