Add some 1950s diner style to your kitchen or dining room with this Franciscan Style Salad Plate. This small melamine plate is a reproduction that makes an excellent gift for anyone who enjoys the colorful Googie designs of the atomic age. Featuring a cool starburst pattern, this plate is stunning by itself or with a matching set of Sputnik kitchenware!
- Printed with Colorful Starburst Pattern
- Measures 8.5 Inches in Diameter
- Made of Melamine
- Dishwasher Safe; Do Not Microwave
Weight: 0.90 lbs
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So much fun
These plates are the perfect size for sandwich and some chips (or burger and fries!). The pattern is so much fun that I love using them. The only downside is they are made of melamine which means you can't microwave them (but they are dishwasher safe). These are my favorite plates to use for lunch and I can't recommend them enough.
June 11, 2018
From: NY - New York
sputnik salad plate
this plate is just right for serving, very thick and substantial. And the print is adorable
Apr36l 21, 2018
Great picnic plates!
These retro-styled melamine plates are perfect for picnics and cookouts on the deck of my 1959 ranch/rambler house.
May 20, 2016
From: Southeastern Connecticut
I honestly wondered why the price seemed so high, having grown up with melmac I thought I knew it. Was I ever wrong. I got these because I really wanted the pattern, it makes me smile, but I was completely blown away by the quality. These are many times heavier than anything else I have ever seen and the finish is so good, you really wouldn't realize that these are melamine. Don't hesitate to purchase these. They are GREAT!!!!!
November 29, 2015
Perfect for my new mid century modern ranch in Florida
I wanted plates that I could use indoors and outside that fit the theme of my MCM house. I found these at Retro Planet and highly recommend them. Other than not microwave safe they are perfect.
September 21, 2015
From: Ormond Bach Florida
These plates are fantastic! They look exactly how they are pictured online, maybe even better! The only negative, would be that they are not microwavable...
Apr59l 2, 2015
From: Phoenix, AZ, US