To the good people at Corning,
We love Pyrex - it's a natural fact. We love the colours and whimsical patterns manufactured by Pyrex in the fifties, sixties, and yes - even seventies. How could something as practical as glass bowls and oven dishes be so beautiful? We ask this question daily as we gently hand wash our Primary Color bowls and drool over fruit stacked in dishes with names like Butterprint.
Do you realize that there are legions of Pyrex-obsessed people around the globe, most of whom find it hard to get excited by the clear glass Pyrex that's being produced nowadays? True, it's very handy and most of us have at least one, not-so-exciting glass Pyrex measuring cup in the cupboard, but we yearn for more.
Question: Have you ever considered launching a new line of colored Pyrex with bold, funky, modern designs? My heart belongs to old timey Pyrex and I'll always be scouring thrift stores and yard sales for vintage Pyrex, but I'd seriously consider spending money on new Pyrex if you could do what you did fifty years ago, but with a futuristic twist.
Think about it. There's over two hundred followers of this blog who would probably be available for new pattern feedback.
Erin - Toronto Yardsaler