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Americana, Willow Ware, Blue Willow W435 China Replacement

Homer Laughlin China, Willow Ware, Blue Willow W435 replacement china, discontinued pattern made in Newell, West Virginia.

The Willow decoration was first made by the Homer Laughlin China Company in 1935 and given the designation number W-435. Willow was another mixed shape set so common with the pottery industry. It was made in both pink (red) and blue with the blue being more available. The list is from the company orders and set compositions. Collectors may find the Willow decoration on other Homer Laughlin shapes.

blue willow teapot wells shape  Willow Decoration W435 by Homer Laughlin China
  Description: Americana, Blue Willow; Also known as W7943
  Status: Discontinued: 1935 - 1630s
  Condition: Used, good
blue willow gravy boat

Some of these pieces have the bleed that make them look like ´Old World´ Willow. See matching teapot and crystal

DESCRIPTION item description ITEM ID item identification AVAIL. pieces available PRICE EA. price each piece ADD TO CART shopping cart
Platter 13" oval AMBLWpl3 0 $0. Sold
Vegetable Bowl 8 5/8", round, footed AMBLWrv 1 $37.99 Add to Cart
Vegetable Bowl 9 1/4", oval AMBLWov 1 $34.99 Add to Cart
Sugar w/Lid AMBLWsuo 0 $34.99 Sold
Creamer AMBLWcr 1 $29.99 Add to Cart
*Luncheon Plate 9 1/8" AMBLWlp 2 $14.99 Add to Cart
Dessert Plate 7 1/8" AMBLWdes 2 $11.99 Add to Cart
*Bread/Butter Plate 6 1/4" AMBLWbb 3 $7.99 Add to Cart
*Soup Bowl 8 1/4", flat rim AMBLWso 0 $14.99 Sold
Fruit/Berry Bowl 5 1/8" AMBLWfr 2 $7.99 Add to Cart
Platter 13 1/2" (smudges, uneven transfer) AMBWp13 1 $7.99 Add to Cart
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blue willow cup with saucer  blue willow tumblerSee Matching Crystal

Blue Willow, The Legend...Once there lived a very wealthy mandarin who had a beautiful daughter named Hong Shee, who fell in love with her father´s secretary, a man named Chang. To keep them apart, the father imprisoned his daughter in the palace. One day she escaped, and the two lovers raced over the bridge to a waiting boat. They managed to elude the mandarin, reach the boat, and sail away. A storm developed; the boat foundered; and the couple were lost at sea. It is said that two love birds appeared immediately thereafter the spirits of Hong Shee and Chang, and live on to this day.