Vintage Homer Laughlin Green Lustreware Serving Bowl circa 1926
Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold. Zelda Fitzgerald
As America's most prolific dishware manufacturer, Homer Laughlin, knows a thing or two about designing dishware to suit customers' decorative interests. They created thousands and thousands of dish patterns throughout the 20th century that were made to withstand the test of time and taste.
This antique serving bowl was made at Homer Laughlin's Newell, West Virginia factory in February 1926. A romantic dish for a romantic month, it features a pink rose bouquet and a spring green lustreware rim that is so shiny and reflective it practically acts as a mirror.
Full of cottage charm and bright color, this shiny bowl contains the most beautiful color arrangement of dynamic shades. You might just want to design your whole kitchen around this color palette!
- Colors include spring green, brick, butter, blueberry, bright white, celery and pale salmon
- Stamped on back with the Homer Laughlin maker's mark and the manufacturing code indicating the month, year, and pottery location in which this beauty came to life.
In gorgeous antique condition. The colors are bright and shiny and the floral bouquet is crisp and clear. This is one small chip on the underside of the bowl at rim that measures 1/4"inch in length and one section of fading on the lusterware rim on the front but otherwise in lovely condition given its 96 years of life. Please see photos.
Measures 9" inches (diameter) x 2" inches (height)
This bowl looks absolutely gorgeous with this similar Homer Laughlin companion...