I may have stirred up memories that were lying dormant because many of you also have funny and/or interesting stories to tell.
The thing about mine, is that I found it to still have $ worth and is still being sold, both at yard sales and online - especially e-Bay.
I picked out a couple of them to show you what I mean. You will need to click on the image to view it larger to see the price better. Hold on to your hats.
|I have 2 sets and they are CLEAN!|
|I have 10 of these WITH lids!|
Tupperware online site
According to Kristian McManus, owner of a vintage-Tupperware online resource, these vintage plastics have become collectible because most baby-boomer collectors are nostalgic for their family's old Tupperware. Every piece is clearly marked. The most common color is crystal, or white. Pink is hard to find because it faded over time. Pieces in demand include a complete set of nesting bowls from the 1940s to the 1960s as well as 1960s sculptural salt and pepper shakers.
I am not a baby boomer as I was not born 1946-1964 BUT I am nostalgic!
Old school tupperware lolReplyDelete
oh, i had the salt and pepper shakers for years!ReplyDelete
This is chocked full of trivia/information!! Wow...who would've known.ReplyDelete