The other day I accidentally broke something that belonged to Auntie Bridgett. It was the lid of a very nifty baking dish, a gift from a dear friend years ago. I felt awful. There is no repairing it. Could I replace it?
First, I went online. EBAY has it, but I would need to buy both the dish and the lid, and it would cost nearly fifty dollars to buy it and have it shipped. Ouch.
But our neighborhood is full of ‘Vintage’ shops. These carry old things, like garage sales do. Some are fancier, and more expensive, than others.
I went walking. At House of Vintage, on Hawthorne by 35th, I found only three little shelves of kitchen stuff, rather carelessly piled up, and not what I wanted. It was sort of depressing.
I walked west a bit to Vintage Pink, near 24th. This shop is more fussy about what they carry and how they display it. I swear, I saw bar and table arrangements that my Aunt Barbara (who is great at decoration) would have done.
I enjoyed this shop so much! But still no Corningware Buffet Server B-1.75. The lady running the shop recommended a site called “Replacements.com”, which I did… I also (while I was online) tried the Corningware website. No lids in stock at this time.
You know I am stubborn, and I will find a way to try and make this right, to replace what I broke.
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Did you ever find a replacement lid? You never showed the actual baking dish for those of us out here that might have a lid for you….
I haven’t found one, but I still have the busted lid and the pot. I’ll write about it soon, maybe someone has one! Thanks for the idea!