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Homer Laughlin China, Louis XVI 1961 Style China Replacement

Homer Laughlin China, Louis XVI 1961 Style replacement china, discontinued pattern made in Newell, WV, USA.

Louis XVI 1891 - The Louis XVI shape is an elegant style of embossed scrolls around the rim with tusk like handles. This shape was the first to use the name Laughlin beneath the Lion and Eagle backstamp. A set was exhibited at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Decorators used a beautiful technique of adding matte color shadows around the edges, and the handles were treated in a color of burnt ivory. The Patent Design number 20, 968 for Louis XVI was dated July 28, 1891.

Information taken from Homer Laughlin China, Guide to Shapes and Patterns by Jo Cunningham and Darlene Nossaman.

Known Pieces made in the Louis XVI shape; trade measurements

  • Butter, Individual
  • Covered Casserole
  • Creamer
  • Sugar Bowl w/Lid
  • Sauceboat

  • Jug
  • Dinner Plate
  • Platter 13"
  • Platter 15"