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Supermarket dinnerware

Melmac from Publix, 1961, “available in two attractive patterns, turquoise and sandalwood.”

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Wedgewood from Food Fair, 1961, “the smartly conservative English pattern harmonizes with any decor…every dish sparkles like a jewel!”

Oneidaware from Publix, 1972, “watch your table come alive with color when you set it with lovely, livable Oneidaware.”

Country Casual from Publix, 1977, “choose Sunnyvale, a fanciful gathering of sunny yellow daisies, or Spring Garden, a light and airy floral in yellow and orange.”

Homer Laughlin at Publix, 1981, “affordably priced for everyday, yet lovely enough for company!”


Posted in Flashback blog September 20, 2012 at 12:36 pm.

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