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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.
The Pyrex brand is a very important home brand to Macy's and one of the most iconic kitchen brands in the country, if not the world," said Lisa Magann, executive vice president, general merchandise manager of Macy's Home Store.
On the same Saturday that a woman in New Jersey was making Pyrex history, I watched on Netflix a 2013 Australian documentary called "Red Obsession.
One lucky reader has the chance to win a selection of the popular Pyrex glassware including mixing bowls and glass dishes with lids (ideal for marinating) and a luxury hamper of the complete Maille range of mustards, sauces and vinegars.
On a 20-foot run opposite the spaghetti-sauce shelves are Kyocera kitchen tools, colander sets and microwave cookware from Reston Lloyd, OXO kitchen tools, Pyrex bakeware and Polder gadgets.
A Pyrex inner wall and a high-impact acrylic outside wall provides safe inspection of highly corrosive and ultra-pure liquids.
Using a 2-quart Pyrex measuring cup makes this tea a one-pot drink - from brewing to pouring.
Connections are matched with Pyrex inside wall and high-impact acrylic on the outside, providing a safe means of inspecting highly corrosive and ultra-pure liquids.
The set has been beautifully designed and consists of a two-cup cafetiere and co-ordinated cafe cups, all with pyrex glass inserts.
Barloworld brands include Pyrex, Quickfit, Azlon and Stuart.
A microwave plasma in argon is generated inside a pyrex tube by a 3-kW power supply in combination with a magnetron, wave guide, and a resonant cavity.
Corning, for example, was selling cookware based on heat-stable Pyrex glass that could go from "freezer to oven.