Drip-Glazed Ceramic Divided Serving Dish by Treasurecraft
Drip-Glazed ceramic divided serving tray or chip and dip server by Treasure Craft. Features a fabulous green, turquoise and black drip glaze in each compartment and a faux wood design on edges and bottom. There is a remnant of a foil label in one section. On the back it’s marked 604 U.S.A. Vintage 1960’s
It measures 13 ½” long by 6 ½” wide by 2” deep.
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Fun for your party or tiki décor. I am listing a tidbit snack server with a handle in the same glaze separately. Happy to combine to save on shipping.
Treasure Craft was founded in Gardena, California, in 1945 by Alfred A. Levin shortly after his discharge from the United States Navy. He began his business by selling items manufactured by local California potters. By the early 1950s Treasure Craft was manufacturing its own ceramics and had expanded to several small locations in southern California. In 1956 Treasure Craft consolidated manufacturing and shipping in Compton. The company also opened a second facility in Hawaii, which was responsible for some of Treasure Craft's most popular lines (known as "Hawaiiana").