aqua dish

Melamine became a popular plastic during the WWII era due to its strength and durability, as a substitute for metal. It was first used in industrial applications and for institutional dinner wear. In the post war years, as demand for consumer products grew, the material was adapted for home products. During this time a number of manufacturers around the U.S. developed their own lines of melamine dishware. Joan Luntz designed the rectangular Brookpark line for International Molded Products of Cleveland, Ohio. This heavyweight divided dish has survived more than half a century and looks just as modern today.

10" long x 7 3/8" wide:
25.5cm x 18.5cm

To avoid scratching, hand wash with non-abrasive sponge.
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