This is vintage Mallo Ware by the P.R. Mallory Company.
I have for you here Mallo Ware dinnerware in what I call dark orange but I was told it is Hawaiian Coral -
- Dinner Plates - #95 measure 9 1/2" in diameter few scratches from use
- Cereal Bowls with Tabbed Handles - #53 5" in diameter
- Bread Plates - #61 5 3/4" in diameter
- Cups and Saucers - saucer #55 5 1/4" in diameter and cup #37 5 1/2" top diameter and 2 1/2" tall
- I also have 4 extra saucers same as the above
All of these Mallo Ware pieces are in good condition with very minimal signs of use.
Mallo-Ware was a type of Melamine dinnerware
created in the 1950's and 1960's by P. R. Mallory Plastics, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois. People have been drawn to it because of its attractive color palette, the number of pieces, and its sturdy, simple design. Each piece is identified on the back with a stock number. Some pieces are backstamped 'Mallo-Belle.' This is possibly a later lightweight restyling of the original Mallo-ware line.The P. R. Mallory Plastics company also created the well-known Raffiaware line featured in
the kitchenware section."
Mallo-Ware is the melamine dinnerware line that most closely mimics the Easter-egg colors and shapes of Taylor, Smith, and Taylor's Lu-Ray. The five Lu-Ray colors are Windsor Blue, Surf Green, Persian Cream, Charon Pink, and Chatham Gray.
Boonton Ware, Texas Ware, B&B
Remembrance Condiment Set, Melamine