Homer Laughlin China, Chelsea China Replacement
Homer Laughlin China, Chelsea replacement china, discontinued pattern made in Newell, West Virginia, USA.
The Chelsea shape was a product of the early 1930s. Chelsea has some of the visual design elements of Virginia Rose and was made by both Homer Laughlin and Taylor, Smith & Taylor. It was Taylor, Smith & Taylor who produced the shapes in a more extensive tableware line, with their backstamp predominately displayed. Chelsea was made by both manufacturers for use by Quaker Oats. It was a short lived shape with only a few pieces made.
- Known pieces made in the Chelsea shape:
- Oval vegetable bowl
- Oval platter
- Cereal bowl
- Cup with saucer
- Luncheon plate
- Salad plate
- Bread/butter plate