Plato Dishrack Designer: Kerr Keller Design
Manufacturer: Umbra Incorporated (American)


Seagreen molded, high impact, virgin polypropylene


5 1/2 × 20 × 17 1/2 in. (14 × 50.8 × 44.5 cm)

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. William R. Scott, John G. McCullough, Class of 1936, and Mrs. William G. Heaphy, by exchange

Accession Number



20th century


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The Plato dishrack was purchased at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego in La Jolla.
  • "Acquisitions, 1999," Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2000): 162.
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Molded into plastic on underside: c 1995 Made in U.S.A./Designed: Kerr Keller/This product is produced from/original artwork. All copyright and/trade mark rights in the distinctive/appearance of this article are owned/by Umbra U.S.A., Inc.; UMBRA in a rectangle R in a circle;"2" in a triangle with "HDPE" below and "5" in a triangle with "PP" below. Original paper label glued to the front of the cutlery basket.

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