Here they are in all their pretty, sunny glory. We'd been using the middle-sized dish, but we had no idea it had the Daisy refrigerator lid. The smallest one's dish is missing, so we're on the hunt for a replacement.
And that is what brought us to the Tennesee Antique Mall in Nashville yesterday. I was on the hunt for a small Daisy Pyrex casserole dish, with or without the lid. No dish was found, but we did find lots of Pyrex in various colors - reds, yellows, greens....and then, just as we were coming to the end of our search -- Jonathan spotted two yellow bowls hiding on a cluttered shelf. He lifted them up so I could get a better look, and ta-da! They were Daisy bowls! Hurray!
They look right at home in our dining room, don't they? Ahh....I'm hooked on this stuff.
Check out pyrexlove.com if you have an interest in vintage Pyrex. There is a wealth of information to be found there, and the photos are so inspiring. I have been visiting the Daisy page since I found Lauren's piece last year, and now I'm on a mission to complete our family's set. Luckily for me, Jonathan has also been bitten by the mid-century bug. You'll hear more about that very soon. It involves everything from suitcases to cars to RVs...yes, you read that correctly.