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Antiques and Collectibles: Seeking pattern and manufacturer of creamer

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Plant City, FL

November 19, 2011
5:31 PM

Post #8897680

Can anyone identify this creamer? The shape seems to be rhythm and resembles other creamers which were made by Homer Laughlin, but I have been unable to verify. Will appreciate help, especially the name of the pattern.

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Athens, PA
(Zone 5b)

November 19, 2011
6:56 PM

Post #8897793

Is there any type of marking or hallmark on the bottom of the pitcher? If so, please post a picture.
Plant City, FL

November 20, 2011
8:12 PM

Post #8899382

There's no marking or hallmark on the bottom of the small creamer.


Lowell, IN
(Zone 5b)

December 27, 2011
11:39 AM

Post #8944292

Just a note. Several potteries copied each other for shapes, espicially if one proved popular. In addition, if the decoration is applied, as opposed to under the glaze, 'blanks' (non-decorated pieces) of pottery and glassware were often sold to other companies who then put their own decorations on them, usually transfers. Good luck in your search.

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