Lucky In Love - it DOES exist!

Thursday July 5, 2012

Lucky in Love

Fellow Pyrex fans and hounds - I'm sure you have seen this listing by now. An elusive “Lucky In Love” casserole has just ended on eBay today with the price of $662. Now that's one of the biggest Holy Grails of Pyrex!

Of the years we've been collecting Pyrex, we have only seen it in a photo, in the Steinhauer/Rogove book. And many people ask us about it in the Flickr group from time to time: Does it really exist? Has there been one seen “in the wild?” Well, as of last week, it was all mystery and speculation until eBayer luvarknsas listed it.

Lucky in Love

Lucky in Love

Lucky in Love

I contacted her and she was very nice to let us use her photos, and she also shared a little info on the background - the casserole belonged to a good friend of hers whose mother was a hoarder. This Lucky in Love casserole was found among her things after she passed away. I am so curious as to where and how she got the casserole, but I guess we’ll never know.

Congratulations to the high-bidder of this amazing piece of “Pyrex Holy Grail!” Please take lots of pics so we can live vicariously through you!

5 Responses to “Lucky In Love - it DOES exist!”

  1. Heather Says:


    Wow. I know it’s rare, and it’s awfully cute, but I’d NEVER pay that much for it. But now I know…if I’m ever “lucky” enough to come across one I’ll make bank ;-) I wouldn’t sell much of my Pyrex, but for $600+ I would sell a piece or two…

  2. Tins And Things Says:

    Everything Heather said. Although it’s really cool to see it! :)

  3. Angela Says:

    Just saw a better photo of this dish posted by the winner on flickr. She said she expected to pay $200 more for it at least. I have one of these dishes and had no idea of its value. It’s absolutely precious. Thinking of selling. Will take photos for everyone.

  4. Kat Bar Says:

    OMGoodness, $662 is an insane amount. I’ll spend the rest of my life looking for one of these.
    May I link this in my vintage blog at:


  5. Andrew Says:

    Saw it in the wild in St. Pete Fl last year. Before I really started collecting. I said “Oh, this would be great if I decorated for St. Patty’s Day and Valentines Day all at once. ”

    Now that I have a collection of one of a kinds, in a few cases, I’m ready to sell some as well. Be on the look out for my one of a kind Space Saver - (Blue clouds Blue stars - does not have a name it was a prototype) I love it but I know someone else would love it more.

    To me the Space saver represents almost the “golden age” of Pyrex. I like to use my Pyrex and I have a hard time using anything that is so rare. Closing in on 200 pieces (not including lids) - I think I might whittle it down to about half.