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Homer Laughlin, Georgian Craftsman China Replacement

Homer Laughlin China, Georgian, Craftsman replacement china, discontinued pattern made in Newell, West Virginia, USA.

Fredrick H. Rhead designed the Georgian shape for the Homer Laughlin China Company in 1933. The Georgian shape, according to company records and Mr. Rheads personal notes, was designed specifically to be marketed under "The Craftsman" name and was introduced to the trade in January of 1934. This was distributed both under the Craftsman trademark and the Georgian backstamp. The Craftsman line was developed for the better department stores and china shops. Known production dates for the Georgian shape are 1934 - 1943.

See List of Pieces Made in the Georgian Shape.