Are you a person who likes to hold on to stuff for a long time? You might be in luck if you are. If you’ve been keeping that vintage set in your cupboard, it’s time to sell it.

This cookware can sell for thousands of dollars. If you’re a lucky owner of one of these cookware pieces, listen up.

 




Mint condition versions of the popular cookware pieces have been fetching thousands of dollars on eBay and other auctions.

So now is the time to start rummaging through your cabinets.

 

The cookware was resistant to thermal shock thanks to the unique glass-ceramic made out of Pyroceram.

The brand became Corelle Brands.

 

It was discovered by S. Donald Stookey accidentally heated the glass-ceramic material in the furnace.

He knew he had something special when the material didn’t break.

 

The blue cornflower pattern was designed by Joseph Baum.

It was the signature design of a variety of consumer products for three decades.

 

Many other patterns were developed by the company after that.

The more unique the pattern is, the more it is sought after by buyers.

 

The “Floral Bouquet” design, which was made from 1971 to 1975, and the “Wild Flower” design, which was made from 1977 to 1984 can fetch large sums on eBay.

 

Many boomers are starting to buy cookware to remind them of their younger days.

This makes the complete sets of CorningWare highly collectible.

 

If they’re well preserved, popular designs like the original blue cornflower can still bring you money.

Some have been listed on eBay for more than a thousand dollars.

 

It’s time to visit grandma and take a look at her collection if you don’t have this cookware in your storage.

It could be very lucrative.