Agee Pyrex ‘Flannel Flower’
made in Australia 1961-63
A beautiful Pyrex ‘Flannel Flower’ dish in buttercup; I can hear the Pyrex collectors in a collective swoon. The piece is sectioned into two, and is marked ‘Agee Pyrex Australia, 0-ODD-200 4’ on the base.
Flannel Flower is the New South Wales emblem: and astute readers will remember that I love and collect anything with flannel flower motifs. So- it was a no-brainer when I came across this piece.
Like most Pyrex patterns, the Flannel Flower was produced on a limited run of only two years- between 1961 and 1963. It’s getting rarer and rarer to find these pieces in good condition and this piece is in excellent condition.
I’ve styled the dish with some wattle- love the matching colours; and the Pyrex is for sale: $AUD40
How much would postage be to 6110 Thanks
hi David, postage to 6110 will be $14:50 – which includes insurance against damage during delivery & a tracking number. let me know if wish to proceed- payment is via direct deposit~ thanks, edwina
David- let’s talk via email: email@example.com; edwina
sold plz pm me details
Sam- bit of competition for the pyrex- can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org– thanks edwina
Did these sometimes come with a “basket” base? I remember that at my mother’s.
Great blog, really enjoy your info and photos.
hi Dana- yes, the basket bases were interchangeable for all the Pyrex dishes of this shape- it’s interesting that you remember your mothers. and thanks for your most kind complement!
Hi! Has this sold yet?
hi hotdogma- the Pyrex is still available- let’s talk via email: email@example.com – edwina