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Homer Laughlin China, Handy Andy, Kitchenware Replacement

Homer Laughlin China, Handy Andy replacement china, discontinued pattern, made in Newell, West Virginia, USA.

handy andy casserole  Handy Andy by Homer Laughlin China
  Status: Discontinued: 1930s & 1940s

Handy-Andy 1930s & 1940s - The Handy-Andy Specialty Company, Incorporated was located on Long Island, New York. The Handy-Andy Specialty Company dealt in juice extractors, vacuum bottles, metal lunch kits, revolving trays, chrome ware, china-ware, house wares and other specialties. The Homer Laughlin Company made casserole bowls to fit the Handy-Andy chrome ware frames. At least one other pottery company, Paden City Pottery, made bowls for the Handy-Andy frames.

There is no way to know all of the decorations of the Homer Laughlin Handy-Andy pieces but in 1938 the Murphy Company purchased 6 dozen HAS-15 casserole bowls; The May Company purchased 6 dozen HAS-14 bowls and several companies ordered number HAS-25. The HAS-25 casserole has an undecorated body and the lid was decorated in the Mexicana decoration. Most Handy-Andy casseroles have chrome lids.

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