Russel Wright designed dinnerwares in modern shapes for many companies. Iroquois China Company, Harker China Company, Steubenville Pottery, and Justin Tharaud and Sons made dishes marked Russel Wright. The Steubenville wares, first made in 1938, are the most common today. Wright was a designer of domestic and industrial wares, including furniture, aluminum, radios, interiors, and glassware. Wright also designed Melmac plastic dinnerware, which was manufactured by the Northern Plastic Company under the name "Residential." Dinnerwares and other pieces by Wright are listed here. For more information, explore our identification guides for Russel Wright, modern design, dinnerware patterns, plastic dinnerware and its manufacturers, designer glassware, Depression glass patterns, and spun aluminum.