We are offering this Vintage Homer Laughlin Creamer in the Fluffy Rose 2 pattern VR178 (commonly stamped Virginia Rose) which measures 6 inches. The beautiful calming off white color of the piece decorated with the pastel pinks, yellows and whites. This piece is in great condition with no chips, cracks or fractures.
A new ware entitled Virginia Rose (named after W. E. Wells’ granddaughter) was a phenomenal success. It was basically an oval shape with an ivory body, and featured a rose worked into the edge of the ware. When decorated with flowered decals, the favored decorating device of the period, Virginia Rose produced a homey, cheerful ceramic object. It was the main line produced in Plant 8, and sold especially to Woolworth’s. It sold well for decades, with 625,701 dozen pieces produced in 1933 and 643,056 dozen in 1951.
Item ID: 1900
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