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Here's a first (for me, at least): a Treasure Craft set, in it's original box, with original packaging! Made in Compton, California.

The huge fish platter is sectioned into four parts, and could be used as a relish tray, finger food dish, or as a chip holder for the matching small fish dish that rests on the platter, which could have held dip or sauces. The bottom of the small dish is divides so it rests securely on top of the big fish.

The box calls this set "Fish Servers," and lists the color as "Flame," and calls the set "Tomorrow's Heirlooms." The large fish is about 17" long and 1-1/4" high, the small fish about 7" long.

Decorated in an oceanic motif, with raised seashells, starfish, seaweed, seahorses and fish.Gorgeous colors, wood grained glazed back.

I love the puckered lips on the fish, great detail. Something about this set is just JOYFUL.

There is one small flat chip underneath the big fish's upper lip, on the bottom of the platter. Some random micro glaze nicks on the backs.

1960s Treasure Craft platter dish set rare original box huge fish platter with tiered dip bowl flame orange

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pottery, cardboard
  • Only ships within United States.
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  • Favorited by: 16 people