Have This Rare Item In Your MT Home? It’s Worth a Fortune
You never know what items from your childhood are going to end up being worth a lot of money. We all have a bunch of stuff in our houses that have sentimental value, but would you sell it if you knew how much it was worth?
I have an old crockpot that belonged to my grandmother. She purchased it new in the 1970s. I still use it a lot to make stews, roasts, and chili during the winter in Montana. To me, it's priceless. I have a lot of memories of my grandmother using it when I was young. The crockpot may not be worth a ton of money, but it's something I couldn't live without.
A friend of mine recently shared something on Facebook that I thought was really interesting. Vintage CorningWare has been selling for outrageous prices online. If you have any in your cupboard at home, you may be sitting on a gold mine.
What is CorningWare?
If you don't know what CorningWare is, here's an example.
Why is Vintage CorningWare So Valuable?
First, here's a screenshot from Google that shows a few examples.
If you're wondering why vintage CorningWare has become a hot ticket item, here's an explanation from antique appraiser Dr. Lori.
When it comes to vintage CorningWare pieces for collectors or for resale, consider collecting popular patterns and sets, rare types of pieces like percolator coffee pots, detachable handles (do not pass these up if you can find them) and a variety of ovenware and dish forms like browning skillets, covered casserole dishes, or ramekins. These bring good money on the resale market with collectors.
As with anything collectible, it's difficult to what it's really worth. Despite how valuable you think it may be, it's only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. The more rare the better when it comes to value. You might want to take a look in your cupboard.