Branchell “Color-Flyte” Creamer & Sugar, Spray Lime, Ca. 1953

Designed in 1952 by industrial designer Kaye LaMoyne for the Missouri based Branchell Company, the "Color-Flyte" line of Melamine dinnerware featured sleek mid-century modern shapes in popular colors of the day – "Mist Gray", "Glade Green", Glow Copper" and "Spray Lime".

This plastic fantastic creamer and lidded sugar bowl from Branchell features nifty spiral-wrap handles, and is in the very current "Spray Lime" coloring.

Condition is excellent, free from chipping, cracking or discoloration, with minor age-appropriate nicking to the outside edge of the lid and interior edge of the creamer spout.

Creamer H 2", W 5.25", base 1.75", Sugar H w/lid 2.75", W 5.5", base 1.75".

Item ID: 1674

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