1940's Homer Laughlin: Bristol Pattern: (SET of 4) 6 1/4" Dessert Plates

This pattern by Homer Laughlin was an award winning pattern by American Vogue when it was manufactured in the 1940's. The periwinkle blue and pink flowers (possibly wild roses) are a beautiful contrast against the creamy ivory background. The design known as Bristol was available in the Eggshell Nautilus Shape (like these plates) and also Laughlin's Georgian shape. This SET OF FOUR 6 1/4" dessert (or bread & butter) plates have no chips, cracks, breaks, or crazing. The gold trim is shiny and intact. An occasional utensil mark can be found as to be expected -- the lovely floral design remains bright and beautiful, this set of four plates are in Excellent Condition. (The price is for the FOUR plates). Build your own service for 4 from other pieces in this pattern also listed in this shop.


**Please also see other items in listed including: the Covered Vegetable / Casserole, Creamer & Sugar, Coffee Cups & Saucer Sets, Dinner Plates, Salad Plates, Soup Bowls, and Dessert Bowls already listed in this pattern. Dinner plates are also available but have not been listed as of yet. If you are interested in more than a service for Four of any of these items, please let me know (I do have more of most of the pieces in this pattern).


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