Melmac dishes are durable plastic dinnerware that gained popularity in the 1940s and 1950s.
They are made from a Melamine resign and came in many bright colors, pastels and even some prints. Several Popular brands were Texas Ware, Boonton, Branchell, and Raffia Ware.
Because these dishes were so tough many of these sets are still around today for your enjoyment. They can be found at local thrift stores and flea markets for very reasonable prices. I have several sets myself and love them.
|Some of my Melmac|