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  • Summer Cooper

    vintage Pyrex bowl set - love!

  • Melissa Theisen

    vintage turquoise pyrex #vintage #pyrex

  • Donna DeLong

    turquoise color for kitchen base cabinets

  • nina beheim

    We had pyrex mixing bowls, though each was a different color. The small yellow was my "Jethro" cereal bowl, the green was for pancake/cake batter, the yellow was for cookie dough, and the largest (Pink) was for bread. Never directly indicated as such, it just happened that mom would always ask for the a certain bowl by color when preparing certain things.

  • Peggy Hoffa

    Tiffany blue.

  • monica

    Oh, if I could only come across these vintage Pyrex turquoise mixing bowls at a garage sale I would be one happy girl!

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what is this? Hazel Atlas? Some crazy fire king? Euro pyrex? Whatever it is, it's beautiful. (No seriously I have no idea)