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TitleParty & Patio Ware- Stacking Bowls with Covers
Object NameParty & Patio Ware- Stacking Bowls with Covers
Manufactured ByRobinson Plastics Corp.
DescriptionParty & Patio Ware" Stacking Bowls with lids. Items have adhered color tiles in Robinson Colors: Italian Walnut, Ripe Tangerine, Mediterranean Blue, Golden Canary. Tool designer and mold maker was Emidio Maria daSilva (Mirnha Grande, Portugal). The dishware consisted of a large plate that could be used as a plate or as a holder for a plastic or paper plate, a cup, which fit into an extension at the end of the plate and two serving dishes with covers.
Date Manufacturedc. 1970
MaterialAnti- static polypropylene. The base material was white. The hot stamping colors varied.
Manufacturing ProcessInjection molded. The parts were made on a reciprocating injection molding machine. The tool designer was Emidio Maria daSilva, Marinha Grande, Portugal. The mold maker was Emidio Maria daSilva, Marinha Grande, Portugal. The manufacturer was Robinson Plastics Corp. NY
Number of Objects3
Accession Number2010_055.112
DonorGift of Irvin I. Rubin
Broad SubjectKitchenware
SubjectsKitchenware
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