Great pair of Boonton mixing-serving bowls. There is a 4 quart and 2 quart. No cracks or chips. There is usage wear. Please see all photos. Nice maroon color.
After World War II many plastic manufacturing companies had to rethink their product line since they were no longer producing plastic for the war effort. Boonton Molding Co. owner George Scribner decided to manufacture melamine plastic dinnerware that was popular with the U.S. Navy during the war because it was virtually indestructible. In 1946, the Boonton Molding Co. started producing its own line of plastic dishes - Boontonware. Boontonware helped transform Boonton from an obscure 18th century iron town to a common household name. Its popularity was due in part to its durability and relatively inexpensive price tag. But the line of plastic dinnerware remains a popular item on the kitchen tables of America.
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