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Homer Laughlin China, Epicure China Replacement

Homer Laughlin China, Epicure replacement china, discontinued pattern, made in Newell WV, USA.

Epicure, a line based on popular colors and shapes of the 1950s was introduced in 1955, as was the first trade journal advertisement, and was designed by a student of Russel Wright. Wright's own dinnerware lines were made by Homer Laughlin rival, Steubenville Pottery in nearby Steubenville, Ohio. Epicure today is a sought after collectable, but it was not well received when introduced and was dropped only 1 year after its debut.

epicure coffee pot  The captions in the advertising reads; "Epicure is an oven-proof, multi purpose, casual line of dinnerware and serving pieces in four color glazes - Snow White, Dawn Pink, Turquoise Blue and Charcoal Gray. A sixteen piece set retails at $7.95." Initial orders taken at the January 1955 trade show were scheduled to be delivered by April of that year.

Pieces made in the Epicure included the creamer, sugar bowl with lid, coffee pot, covered vegetable, round vegetable bowl 8", large platter, pickle, sauceboat, ladle, salt pepper shakers, individual covered casserole, dinner plate 10", salad plate 8", bread butter plate 6", coffee cup and saucer, coupe soup 8" and cereal bowl.

DESCRIPTION item description ITEM ID item identification AVAIL. pieces available PRICE EA. price each piece ADD TO CART shopping cart
Salt Pepper Shakers, Charcoal (shown with Dawn Pink) EPICGsps 1 set $44.99 Add to Cart
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