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1950s Lazy Susan – Styrene Plastic, by Beacon

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by Beacon of Canada


What an awesome survivor from the 1950s! This highly-collectible classic six-tray server comes in yellow and green. We’ve seen another one in salmon and gray. It’s rare for a delicate vintage styrene plastic item like this to survive.

This awesome 1950s serving tray is listed as styrene plastic in “Spiffy Kitchen Collectibles”, a book  by Brian Alexander. The book shows this exact lazy Susan by Beacon – same cool colors. In the 1950s and 60s, dinner parties, picnics and family gatherings weren’t complete without modern plastic serving ware like this.

 

This is a must-have pop-culture classic for your 1950s-60s themed kitchen, bar, dining room or den.

 

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Condition:
Very good.
Found one minor hairline crack in one of the yellow trays (but we had to look really hard)
Still slick and shiny.
Tray turns nicely.
Check the pics.
We welcome questions.
Approximate dimensions:
13 3/4″ diameter x 1 3/4″ Tall (not counting the handle) – 4 1/2″ High, counting the handle
Trivia:
According to Hobby Lark, Plastic dinnerware was found in many homes in the 1940s through the 1970s and is highly collectible now. ~ https://hobbylark.com/collecting/Collecting-Melmac-Dinnerware-Vintage-Fun ~
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