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!”