I’ve snagged several vintage Pyrex™ pieces recently, but for some reason they’re not selling. Have a look below and comment if you’ve got any insight or advice!
I love this set of three casserole dishes (apparently the style is called “Woodland Brown”). The largest and smallest are a dark brown, while the medium-sized one is a sort of caramel shade. They’re in very good condition and all have lids, which can be rare with vintage Pyrex. I did some research to find out how much they’re going for on sites like Etsy and eBay, and priced them accordingly, but it’s been a week and the set still hasn’t sold. 😦 Thoughts?
This has a couple of small nicks/scratches, but I still figured it would sell for like, $8. No dice. Maybe it’s a seasonal thing and when it gets closer to Thanksgiving, someone will bite.
This one I was skeptical about since the red text is so faded, but I figured I could sell it for like, five bucks, by framing its condition as “vintage charm.” Alas, no takers. 😦
I know my photos aren’t the best, but I’ve tried to make due with the poor lighting in my apartment. I really hope that’s not what’s preventing them from selling. What do you think? Comment below!