The company was founded in 1924 by Theodore Tonna and Angelo Cotsidas, both Greek immigrants. In 1958 Table Talk purchased the Frisbie Pie Company, which is credited with providing the inspiration for the frisbee brand name. In the 1960s the business was sold to Beech-Nut until shutting down in 1984.
This is a pie tin from the 1940’s or 1950’s. It is vented with holes and has lettering stamped into it that says: New England Flaky Crust Pie Table Talk. It also has a 10¢ deposit in the middle, some have 5c which are older and darker from longer use.
Please remember when buying vintage items they will have signs of use – but that is also what makes them so unique. We do our best to photograph and explain the condition of the item as best we can. If you have any questions about a particular item please contact us. Please take the time to look at all pictures.
Product code: 30977