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Melmac Dinnerware Set. 4 Vintage Divided Plates
This set of melmac hard plastic dishes was made in the 1950s by Edward Don & Co The yellow, that I call mellow yellow, was a common color during this time for melmac dishes. This 3 compartment dish was made for the commercial food service. In fact, it was "picked" from a church that had received it from a local school.
Material: Melmac – the commercial name (kind of like what Kleenex is to tissues), melamine hard plastic
Width: 10" +/-
Years of Creation: 1952 – 1957 +/-
Creator: Edward Don & Co, Chicago, IL, USA
Bottom Marks on all the Plates: SUPER DON-ITE, EDWARD DON & CO, CHICAGO, IL
Condition: Good Used Vintage Condition. There are no fractures, chips, cracks, or repairs. There are minor scratches from regular wear. There are no deep scratches, stains, or imperfections.
The price is for four plates.
At Memory Lane sets a - pida, b - piea, c - pieb, d - pifa, e - piga atmemorylane
Circa: 1952 - 1957, 1950s, Vintage
Size: 10 Inches Across
Type: Decorative Kitchen or Dining Ware
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Edward Don & Co