Homer Laughlin Cream Soup Bowls are rather difficult to find, particularly in the Lily of the Valley pattern. I recently had a set of four with their saucers but finding these with or without their saucer is a rather rare occurrence.
Homer Laughlin produced this Swing Shape from the late 1930's to the late 1940's. The Cream Soup Bowl (or Bouillon) carries the unique circular handles known to Laughlin's Swing shape. The bowl is approximately 4 3/8" wide, or 6 1/2" including the handles. The lovely Lily of the Valley design is offered on both the front and back of the bowl. A thin green trim and a platinum rim are found at the top. The platinum trim and the design remain in Excellent Condition. Perhaps you would like to add this bowl to an existing set as a replacement in case one gets broken or maybe you just like this unique piece. There is a small nick noted (and magnified in a close up photo) on the inner upper rim most likely from stacking. The bottom carries the Laughlin Eggshell Swing mark.
Other Homer Laughlin Lily of the Valley items are also available in this shop. Multiple item purchases are securely combined to save on shipping.
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