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Homer Laughlin,"Wanted" Patterns

Patterns we are looking for.

Patterns we are always buying include most Homer Laughlin patterns, most Johann Haviland patterns, Enoch Wedgwood, Liberty Blue, and any of the blue bird patterns by any potter.

We will consider any pattern by any potter you may have or find but only if it is in good condition.  We do not have a market for pieces that have damage.  If you have an item you wish to sell, email Darryl

Some photos of other patterns and/or pieces we are looking for are listed at:   Dinnerware Tableware Wanted and Glassware Wanted
We will be adding patterns to the wanted pages as time permits.

Wanted!   We pay from 10% up to 50% of book value depending on popularity.  Some rare pieces may be worth more.   Click photos for larger view!

  • 7.  Virginia Rose
    moss rose jj59 covered casserole
    moss rose jj59 jug fluffy rose vr128
    Virginia Rose JJ59 & VR128; any and all pieces especially serving items-Jugs, Butterdish, Salt/Pepper, Covered Casserole, 8" & 10" Bakers, 7", 8" and 10" Nappies, Serving Trays, Egg Cups, 8" Plates, 5" Deep Bowls, Cream Soup & Cream Soup Saucers, Onion Soup (Lug), Platter 10 1/2", Fast Stand Sauceboat, Coffee Mugs, Pie Plates, Bread Plate, Cake Plate, Cake and/or Pie Servers, Bowl 36s, St.  Dennis Cups, AD Cups and Saucers and all Kitchen Kraft Ovenserve pieces with these decals! I also want the Republic shape Butterdish with these decals
  • 8.  Vogue VOG74!
    republic vog74

    Any and all pieces with this decal or similar patterns. This was distributed by Vogue and is usually stamped Vogue.
  • 9.  Nautilus Gold Grapes
    nautilus pattern
    nautilus, green band with gold filigree
    This pattern is a deep green 2" band around the outside, edged with a small gold band (app. 3/16").  Embedded in the dark green band are gold leaves, vines and grapes.
  • 10.  N1690
    eggshell nautilus, N1690

    Any and all pieces
  • 15.  Empress Bird & Roses?
    bird and flowers

    Wanted any or all available pieces! Will consider all trim colors.
  • 16.  Unidentified
    unidentified shape
    picture of unidentified shape backstamp
    This saucer was one of three pieces modeled in early 1936 for Woolworths.  Besides a saucer, a teacup and the 9" plate were also made.  This was supposed to have been a special line for silk screen decorations, but the line was never expanded beyond the three pieces and I could find no record that the shape went into production.  Since development was cut short, the line was not given a proper shape name.

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