October 28, 2012

Pyrex Pattern Identification Guide! (Part 2)

You may remember that a little while ago we made a Pyrex Pattern Identification Guide, but we obviously didn't come close to covering every pattern out there, so today we figured that we would try to fill you in on a few more cute prints! So without further ado, here is the second part of our guide to knowing what's on your pyrex for your educational enjoyment:

1. "Autumn Harvest."
Colors: found in several rust tones.
Introduced in 1979.

2. "Crazy Daisy."
Colors: also found in avocado green on white.
Introduced in the 1960's.
Often confused with the "Spring Blossom" pattern.

3. "Constellation."
Colors: found in yellow on white.
Introduced in 1959 as a promotional item.

4. "Woodland."
Colors: found in shades of brown.
Introduced in the 1960's.

5. "Balloon." Cinderella bowls.
Colors: found in turquoise. Used for chip & dip sets.
Introduced in 1958.

6. "Black Tulip."
Colors: found in black and white.
Introduced as a promotional item over Christmas in 1957.

7. "Bride's Casserole."
Colors: white and pale green.
Introduced as a promotional item in 1961.

8. "Town and Country."
Colors: found in several color combinations.
Introduced in 1964.

9. "Verde."
This pattern is found on lids. Bases and bowls are solid colored.
Introduced in the 1960's.

10. "Forest Fancies."
Colors: shades of dark and light brown.
Introduced in 1981.

There are still so many other cute pyrex patterns out there, so who knows, we may be making a part 3 in the future...


Information sources: "Pyrex: The Unauthorized Collector's Guide" by Barbara E. Mauzy 

First image source found here and all the rest were found via google images.


  1. This is so helpful! Thank you guys!


  2. That's one of the things that is so exciting about Pyrex to me. You think you've seen all of the patterns and then Pow! a pattern that you've never seen before. Lots of patterns were put out overseas that we didn't get here in America too.

  3. Suuuuch a cute post! My fave is the Black Tulip design. Awesome that you know so much about pyrex! :D

  4. I always wondered about that!


  5. This is super helpful. I collect the snowflake pattern now, but used to collect the crazy daisy pattern. Can't wait to see the third installment.

  6. I have the pattern 10 :D With my mother found one piece this year
    I love pyrex, great post by the way.

  7. Wow! I can't begin to tell you how awesome you guys are right now! I found the crazy daisy print in a thrift shop not too long ago and I fell in love with it. I didn't know the name of it at the time, but I figured it out a little while later. I love all of these prints too! Thank you for sharing!

    XO Krystin

  8. i like the black tulip the best!

  9. LOVE THIS. I grew up in a home with "Forest Fancies" in full rotation. Sweet nostalgia.

    I'm a "Crazy Daisy" collector these days;)

  10. This is such a great post! I've really wanted to start collecting Pyrex and this has spurred me on to hunt ebay & get thrifting.
    Thanks for the fab info :)


  11. I really love the Town and Country! Thanks for this. I have a lot of Pyrex, but don't know much about it. I just pick it up when it's affordable and pretty. :)

  12. So many beautiful patterns and pieces out there! This week while on vacation my boyfriend was sweet enough to let me get a junking fix in and I found some beautiful Pyrex dinnerware, turquoise with gold trim! Yahoooo!

  13. "Balloon" is absolutely beautiful. You have just given me a new item to start collecting! Thank you for sharing! Can't wait until you post a part 3!!


  14. Forest Fancies is my favorite! This is really neat and informative.

    <3 Melissa

  15. Thank you thank you thank you!! Very helpful post I must say! Kelly :)

  16. Sweet post! Thanks, just bought some pyrex, good to know what year it's from!!!

  17. Absolutely love this, thanks for the information!!

  18. I am trying to figure out the name of the pattern of the set in the top row on the left of your large picture on the top of your page. Any ideas? Thanks

    1. Hi there! Yes it's kind of hard to see, but it's called Square flowers (verde). Super cute hey?

  19. Hi I have a large bowl it's delphite with grapes. so far I can only find it in a chip and dip set. Did they make it in anything else? when was it made? one place it said it was promotional. any info. would be helpful thanks Joyce M.

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