Collectible Plastic Kitchenware and Dinnerware, 1935-1965

Michael J. Goldberg

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Drop everything! (Don't worry, it's unbreakable.) It's here, it's new, it's modern, it's practical. It comes in cheery and contemporary colors, and it's good enough to use every day. This vibrant, information-packed study of plastics wares made for the kitchen and dining room spans the decades of plastics' first development, and their transition from military to popular home markets. Discover the appeal and charm of these wares, which are widely available on the collector's market today. Items are organized by use (serving pieces, cooking, flatware, household) and by manufacturing lines (Raffiaware, Arrowhead, Texasware, Tupperware, etc.) with current prices for collectors.

Size: 8 1/2" x 11" | 428 color photos | Price Guide | 192 pp
ISBN13: 9780887408434

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Jo Cunningham, a long time collector, lives in southern Missouri.