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The "Calico Fruit" treatment was very popular in the 1940s. While the dinnerware shapes came from Camwood Ivory, the kitchen items were a mixture of Universal shapes.
Calico Fruit Kitchenware
The above images are from a 1949 ad featuring Calico Fruit. The description given was as follows:
EMPHASIZE COLOR AS WELL AS UTILITY IN YOUR KITCHEN... choose this gay Calico Fruit Ovenware to match your other Calico Fruit Kitchen accessories [the accessories included metal canisters and some glassware]. The vivid patchwork of colors is predominately blue, red and yellow on a background of ivory-white. Made of semi-porcelain -- a durable, practical ware that is heatproof... coldproof... and acid resisting. Designed for a variety of uses... oven-to-table serving, mixing as well as storing left-overs in the refrigerator.