Multiple pieces of china marked Homer Laughlin "Hudson". Hudson refers to the shape of the china, which was produced from 1908-1928 in many different patterns. This pattern is made up of small blue to light blue flowers, green stems, leaves & scrolls & with gold accents. Included in this listing are 4 pieces:
- Covered casserole: 9" wide, 4.5" tall. Inside the lid is marked in gold "H1404". The lid has 2 small chips along the edge, 1 is on the inside & can't be seen on the outside, the other is barely visible as a gap in the gold edging. The bowl has 2 chips on the bottom rim, measuring less than 1/8" each. There are 2 cracks, 1 on the edge of the lid measures 3/16" & one on the bowl, measuring almost 1 1/2". There are some dark brown spots on the outside of the bowl which look like they are glazing irregularities.
- Covered butter dish with circular insert: 7 5/8" wide, 4 1/4" tall. The lid has 1 chip (just over 1/8", which is probably the most visible chip on all of the pieces (see photo #5) and from that a 1/2" crack. There is one more 1/2" crack on the opposite side. There is one small chip & a couple of minor cracks on the underside rim of the circular insert and there is one crack that is barely visible on the bowl.
- Creamer: 5" tall & 4 3/4" wide. The upper rim has no chips, only 1, 1/4" crack. The base has several small chips, the largest is shallow but measures about 7/16" and is visible from the top.
- Covered Sugar: 5 1/4" tall, 5 3/4" wide. 2 chips on the lid, only 1 is visible from the top as a flea bite less than 1/8". The bowl has only 1, 5/16" crack in the rim which is hidden when the lid is on. The photos are a little misleading - it looks like there is a chip on one handle, this is actually a bit of the gold paint that is on the side of the handle, and not a chip.
Generally all the pieces are in good condition, especially for china that is about 100 years old. None of the handles are broken or chipped, I don't see any repairs. There is crazing & discoloration of the glaze, the creamer is the most discolored. The gold accents also show wear and are worn in places. There are occasional imperfections in the glaze. I could not show all the chips & cracks in the photos but I can tell you that most are only visible if you look closely. All of these pieces would look beautiful on your table or displayed in your china cabinet!
This item is vintage and previously used so please look closely at the photos provided & ask questions before purchasing. If possible I will combine shipping & consider discounts for multiple orders. I ask that you pay within 3 days of committing to buy - if this is not possible please email me and I will work with you.
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