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Homer Laughlin 30 piece Collection circa 1940's.The Homer Laughlin China Company was founded in 1871 in East Liverpool, Ohio. The shape and design of this china was originally created by The James River Potteries located in Hopewell, Virginia.When the James River Potteries ceased production of the shape short time after it's inception,circa 1939, it was continued by The Homer Laughlin Company.

The pieces are all back-stamped and were made in 1940 and 1941. Back in the day you could order more pieces of this pattern in the Spring & Summer 1943 Sears catalogue.

I found these pieces at two different estate sales and was happy to discover a unique find of blue flowers and made for Sears and Roebuck Company no less. The set consists of one 11" platter, six 5 1/4" fruit bowls, six 3 1/4" cups with handles, twelve 6 1/4 ' butter dishes and five 9 1/4 "dinner plates. There is some crazing on some of the pieces, but there are no nicks, cracks considering these are 71 years old, they are in excellent condition and have a good weight to them.

I love this set, but am offering this up to share the beauty with others, so nice to have flowers that are not the boring multi colors, I am willing to give this away to a vintage lover that loves the 1940's and a definite piece of Sears Roebuck & Company history.

No buying nails,paint or tires from the Sears catalogue on this shopping trip, now that is my type of shopping!



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Vintage Homer Laughlin China Gascon Pattern 30 Piece Collection Made For Sears Circa 1940's

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: clay, silica, glazes
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