Before the days when you were squashed into an airline seat and had a bag of peanuts tossed at you, there was Pan Am.

As a long haul international airline, Pan Am served many meals among the clouds. The flatware, plates and glassware used through the years tell a great deal about the high level of comfort, care and style that Pan Am brought to meals aloft.

Here are some unused vintage items from the high-flying days of Pan American Airlines. When Pan Am ceased operations in 1991, they auctioned off memorabilia from the airline, including unused dishes that were used in First Class during the 1980s. The white porcelain china was made exclusively for Pan Am by Bauscher Weiden of Bavaria Germany. The subtle design of a white-on-white wavy pattern was part of Pan Am's logo.

This lot includes a dinner plate (8.5"), a cereal/soup bowl (4 3/4" across by 1 3/4" high), coffee cup (3" by 2"), saucer (5"), and a glass salt and pepper set (1 3/4"). The salt and pepper set have the PAA mark embossed at the bottoms.

All the pieces are in unused, excellent condition. No chips or damage. These came directly from the Pan Am auction.

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Vintage Lot of Pan Am Pan American Airlines Dishes First Class


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