Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® collection

vintage charm pyrexThanks to a tip from reader Nancy, we discovered that the company that makes Pyrex — which recently celebrated their 100th anniversary with a special collection  has released yet another vintage revival collection. Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® — is a new brand and features sets of three decorative, nesting prep and serving bowls — each inspired by the Popular Patterns of Pyrex® Opal Glass from the 50’s and 60’s. Super cute!

Note these aren’t for use in ovens. The company news release says: “All bowls are dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe for ease and convenience while entertaining” — and the company confirmed via email:

“To confirm, these bowls are microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe but should not be used in the oven.”

6 charming vintage-inspired designs

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Rise ‘n Shine: Inspired by Butterprint, one of the most popular vintage Pyrex® opal patterns of all time, this set of bowls pays tribute to the heydays of the 1950’s.

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Golden Days: Inspired by the Butterfly Gold pattern of 1971. Also known as the pattern found in almost every American kitchen in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Welcome home!

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Birds of a Feather: Inspired by the popular Friendship pattern from 1972, grab some friends and throw a party with these Friendly Birds.

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Memory Lane: Come back down to earth with these bowls that were inspired by the 1964 pattern, Terra. Cheerful, new colors instantly brighten up your kitchen table!

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Spot On: Over the past 50 years, we’ve learned a lot. People love vintage Pyrex® glassware and
Dots never, ever go out of style. Inspired by the New Dots pattern from 1967.

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Vintage Charm Tickled Pink: Inspired by 1956’s Daisy pattern, Tickled Pink bowls are the sugar to your spice. Mix up something nice!

Press release:

WORLD KITCHEN UNVEILS NEW VINTAGE CHARM™ BRAND
Inspired by the Popular Patterns of Pyrex® Opal Glass from the 50’s and 60’s

ROSEMONT, Ill. – October 14, 2015 – World Kitchen, the company behind iconic housewares brands such as Pyrex®, Corningware®, Corelle®, Snapware®, Bakers Secret® and Chicago Cutlery®, is introducing a new line of vintage-inspired prep and serve bowls called Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex®.

Taking a cue from the beloved designs of the classic Pyrex “opal glass” bowls from the 50’s and 60’s, the Vintage Charm brand puts a modern twist on the popular patterns that evoke feelings of nostalgia. These vintage-inspired pieces come in six patterns including: Birds of a Feather, Spot On, Rise & Shine, Golden Days, Memory Lane and Tickled Pink – trendsetters can add a little flair to their home décor to achieve a retro-style entertaining experience.

vintage charm pyrex

“There are countless examples in today’s marketplace of nostalgic design making a comeback with consumers, especially with the millennial target,” said Carl Warschausky, CEO of World Kitchen. “The Pyrex brand’s iconic patterns of the past bring back memories of our mother’s and grandmother’s kitchens. The fun patterns from the new Vintage Charm line are a fresh twist for younger generations to fall in love with and create their own memories with family and friends.”

The Vintage Charm bowls are available in select housewares and grocery stores now, and will be available at mass retailers in time for the 2015 holidays. The patterns will be sold separately and as a three piece set including one small, medium and large bowl for MSRP: $29.99. The patterns will also be sold as a six piece set including one small, medium and large bowl with lids for each for MSRP: $39.99. Open stock products range MSRP: $6.99-14.99. All bowls are dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe for ease and convenience while entertaining.

To learn more about the Vintage Charm line and for classic retro-style design tips inspired by the patterns, check out VintageEntertaining.com.

vintage charm pyrexAbove: Mega thanks to reader Nancy for spotting these at her local Kroger grocery store and snapping a picture for us.

Where to find Vintage Charm™ Inspired by Pyrex® collection:

  • To purchase >> You can find these on  Amazon (affiliate link) … Or, check your local houseware or grocery store (I saw “Dots” in my Stop and Shop)…  or visit World Kitchen.

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Comments

  1. Marta says

    I am wondering about the shape. If the inside mimics the outside, I don’t think these would work very well as mixing bowls. But, they are so pretty!

  2. Joe Felice says

    I like these. They make me feel happy. I once had the complete set of coneflower, not because I particularly liked the design, but because it was the most-iconic design of the day.

    • pam kueber says

      I was just at the grocery store. I bought the Dots storage bowls. They were on sale. Those say Made in the USA.

  3. says

    I just bought the “Tickled Pink” pattern because I thought it was really fun. However, if you are comparing it to actual vintage Pyrex there are a couple of huge differences. First of these are much thinner than vintage Pyrex mixing bowls. The white glass is more opaque than the original milk glass. The biggest difference, that almost made me not purchase them is the quality of the graphics. They are more of a decal rather than screen printed on, like the originals. For the patterns with a solid colored background, you can clearly see the seam where the design overlaps, as it is wrapped around. The graphics are not as sharp as the originals either. I took a good look at all of them and some designs were worst than others. The dots pattern looked pretty good, but the black and white pattern was fuzzy and the black not pure black. The colors overall are not as bright as they look in photos. The printing is a bit matte, rather than shiny and in my opinion, doesn’t look like it would hold up too a ton of wear and tear.

    Overall, I decided to get them, anyway because I think they will look nice on the shelf with the rest of my Pyrex collection, but if you are thinking you are getting something close to vintage Pyrex, think again.

    • Kate says

      Agree completely. I ordered them from Amazon and was disappointed when they arrived. They’ll do, for now… but certainly aren’t going to last like old-school Pyrex, and I might have thought twice about the cost if the Amazon listing were clearer that it’s not the true Pyrex brand.

  4. Jo Ellen Fipps says

    I have some thick vintage Pyrex (white with blue flowers) and need to know can they be used on all cooking stove tops? Thanks for your reply.

  5. Danielle McDonald says

    So.excited for these! I asked my husband for the butterprint ones. Pyrex has such neat prints. I can only find them online though.

  6. Pam says

    I collect vintage Pyrex, over 500 pieces. I did purchase these but will only use them for cold salad due to the quality of them. My Target store did not have the smallest bowl so am looking for them sold separately.

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