Homer Laughlin China, Coventry / Granada China Replacement
Homer Laughlin China, Coventry / Granada replacement china, discontinued pattern made in Newell, West Virginia, USA.
Granada 1967 - Vincent Broomhall designed the Granada shape in 1967. Granada is a casual ironstone line and easily recognized by the half circles around the outer rims. Granada frequently used colored glazes that were popular during that time --- shades to match harvest gold and avocado green kitchens.
Granada shapes were utilized to make patterns for other distributors, so they may be found with backstamps saying Coventry, Sheffield, Jepcor, and others. All pieces in this line have petal-like embossing; some near the edge, others in double rows mid-object.
Casualstone dish ware was produced in 1970, and sold under the trade name of "Coventry". It was the second line made to be sold exclusively through supermarket promotions by the Homer Laughlin China Company, reknowned makers of the "Fiesta" dinnerware.
Several Sets used mix and match pieces in the solid color glaze. Not all pieces to the sets have the pattern decal. Both patterns listed use the mix and match pieces. Also see Sheffield