Vintage 1950s Homer Laughlin Lotus Hai Dinner Plates - Set of Six - Rhythm Shape
The world you desire can be won. It exists... it's real... it's possible... it's yours. Ayn Rand
This gorgeous set of six dinner plates in the Lotus Hai pattern was made in 1954 by America's most prolific dishware manufacturer, Homer Laughlin. Made in Newell, West Virginia, it features the rimless Rhythm shape, edged in silver with a grey teal and silver leaf motif. The flowers contain splashes of pale green along with red dots for a complementary burst of color. Considered modern and fresh this shape of dishware and this pattern was an updated approach to floral dishware from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s with a big, bold pattern and a more sophisticated yet playful aesthetic.
This set is in beautiful condition, as it appears as if they may have never left the sideboard or the kitchen cupboard or the plate rack from where they first were stacked. That means that these 60-year-old plates are up for an adventure, ready for a few sparkling dinner parties and lots of engaging mealtimes!
With its neutral hues, this patter could easily adjust to each season and offers a bevy of style options as far as color pairings.
- Matching set of six
- Gorgeous vintage condition
- Colors include dark grey, light grey grey, silver, teal, mint and red
- Each plate is stamped on the back with the maker's mark, shape name and date of manufacture
In absolutely love vintage condition. No chips or cracks. Only two errant utensil marks in the whole stack.
Each plate measures 10" inches (width)