This pattern "Priscilla" was made by Homer Laughlin exclusively under agreement with Faust Institute. Faust Institute sold household goods under the name Household Institute and Club Aluminum. In 1941, an agreement was entered into with the Homer Laughlin and Club Aluminum for dinnerware and ovenware for continuity plans in Food Stores Division. The first promotion was scheduled with the in Buffalo, New York. The customer buys or is given a piece of dinnerware and is encouraged to come back the following week for another piece of the set.
This teapot does have a minor problem, there is a small chip on the edge of the lid, pictured in 6. The rest of the pot is in good condition with no other chips, cracks or repairs. The teapot measures 7 inches tall and is 9.5 inches from spout to handle, with a weight 1 pound and 5 ounces.
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