This individual teapot by Homer Laughlin was made in their Swing shape. The Swing shape is easily recognized by its rounded shape and circular handles. Pink Organdy is a cream colored background with a pastel pink trim. The Pink Organdy pattern is the same as the Moss Rose pattern (also in the Swing shape)--just minus the rose. The patterns can successfully be intermingled. (See the next to the last photo that shows this teapot with the Moss Rose Creamer and Sugar)
This individual tea or coffee pot is 5 3/4" tall including the lid. The teapot is sometimes used in a little girl's tea set and can still serve either purpose. The top has two small internal chips. One is just under the rim where it sits on the pot and the other is a nick that can be noted on the inner rim. Neither of the small chips alter the integrity of the lid or are seen from the outside. No other chips or nicks are noted on the teapot or its lid. No crazing. The Homer Laughlin Swing name is imprinted on the base and the numbered code reveals the manufacture date of 1941.
The last three photos show other pieces in this shop that are either Pink Organdy also, or will coordinate with the Pink Organdy--for example the Moss Rose pattern. (Some may have sold.)
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