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Homer Laughlin China, Wells China Replacement

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

Wells China Pattern 1930 - The Wells shape had decals applied before the solid matte glazes of Leaf Green, French Rose, Sienna Brown and a limited production of Melon Yellow. The shape was named for the Homer Laughlin's Chairman of the Board, Mr. W.E. Wells, who had resigned his position the same year. The Wells shape was exhibited for the first time on January 13, 1930 at the 50th Annual Pottery Show in the Fort Pitt and Williams Hotel in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

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

  • Pieces Made in the Wells Shape
  • Teapot
  • Coffee Pot, 5" individual
  • Baker 9",(Oval Vegetable Bowl)
  • Batter Set,(Covered Jug, Open Syrup, Tray)
  • Casserole, Covered
  • Dish (Platter), 11 1/2"
  • Dish (Platter), 13 1/2"
  • Dish (Platter), 15 1/2"
  • Chop Plate, handled
  • Pickle Dish, handled
  • Bouillon Cup, handled
  • Muffin Cover
  • Egg Cup, double
  • Sauceboat, fast stand
  • Sauceboat and liner
  • Sugar Bowl w/Lid
  • Sugar individual, open
  • Creamer
  • Jug w/Lid 9"
  • Syrup Jug 4"
  • Butter Individual
  • Cream Soup
  • Fruit Bowl 5"
  • Oatmeal Bowl 36s
  • Dinner Plate 10"
  • Luncheon Plate 9"
  • Dessert Plate 7"
  • Bread Butter Plate 6"
  • Plate 6" Square
  • Plate, Deep (Rim Soup)
  • Coffee cup
  • Coffee Saucer
  • Cup, AD
  • Saucer, AD