Midcentury Modern dinnerware dishes out durability and taste

Midcentury Modern dinnerware dishes out durability and taste

Popular throughout the 1950s and 1960s for its bright, fashionable colors, incredible durability and varied shapes, melamine dinnerware earned its place among other innovative products that swept America following World War II. This Color-Flyte set by Branchell, chosen by CAP Curator Jennifer Gleim as this week’s Pennsylvania Treasure, was purchased by the donor’s parents in the mid-1950s …

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