- Pattern: Gold Floral Decal, (Apple Blossoms?) – Discontinued
- Made in East Liverpool, Ohio, USA
- Antigue: 1912
- Details: This is a very old, very beautiful creamer made by Homer Laughlin. It is very simple and elegant, with gold flowers all around a white background. The shape of this creamer is what really caught our eye! So round and chubby, really cute. If you’re familiar with Homer Laughlin, you know they name the ceramic shapes/styles and then add different decals. So this “shape” is their Genesee line, which you can find with this decal or many other different decals. We were unable to find the pattern name of the decal, looks like Apple Blossoms to us. The creamer is stamped on the bottom: “Homer Laughlin, Genesee 52L” (or perhaps 62L) which lets us know this was made in either May or June of the year 1912 in East Liverpool, Ohio. This is not dishwasher safe, must Hand Wash to maintain condition. Overall a beautiful creamer in a really good condition considering its age.
- Material: Ceramic
- Dimensions: 3.75 inches Tall (at its tallest point, spout), 5.0 inches Long (from spout to handle). 4.25 inches in Diameter (at its widest point, bottom). The top opening is 2.75 in Diameter. Holds 8 fluid ounces.
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Excellent Condition. This is in very good condition, considering its age. There is lots of crazing, and some chips on the bottom, otherwise this is in very good condition considering its age, even the gold flowers show no wear! Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Homer Laughlin China Company started in 1871 as Laughlin Pottery in Ohio. Due to rapid growth, in 1903 they opened a second location in Newell, West Virginia, by 1920 all production has been moved to Newell and the Ohio plant was abandoned. They are best known for producing the very popular “Fiesta” line of dinnerware. The company is still in production and still manufactures all its wears in the USA.