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Atomic Dinettes: Mid-Century Kitchen…

Atomic Dinettes: Mid-Century Kitchen Elegance (Schiffer Book for…

by Donna S. Baker

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 076432280X, Paperback)

Colorful, cheerful -- and in some cases downright funky -- vintage dinette sets from the 1950s to the 1970s will bring a nostalgic smile to your face. Presented through over 200 archival catalog images from the Lloyd Manufacturing Company (a subsidiary of Heywood-Wakefield), these sets feature casual seating in a myriad of wonderful styles. Here are "trimline" sets from the 1950s, pedestal base sets from the 1960s, Mediterranean style sets from the 1970s, and much more. Original catalog descriptions, model numbers, measurements, current price guide, and an index are all included. Pull up a chair and relax with this unique reference for vintage furniture collectors, designers, and all who love the retro look of the mid-century years!

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