By Homer Laughlin Pottery from the late 1960's to early 1970's, this heavy golden brown (or Harvest Gold) mid-century dinnerware was quite popular. Laughlin's Golden Harvest design is on their Granada Shape. This 9 1/8" wide Serving bowl is 3" deep (on the slope). In Excellent Condition, the surface is nice and glossy and no nicks or chips noted. There is an interesting raised line (from manufacture) that is under the glaze and a close up photo is provided.
Other items are also available in this shop in Laughlin's Golden Harvest. Please see the last photo which captures the other Golden Harvest items at the time of this listing. Just search Golden Harvest in this shop for an update on what is available at any given time.
*A word of learned advice and history: Homer Laughlin sold their Granada shape to other potteries who then placed their own design on this shape. I have learned that all Harvest Gold Granada does not match or even coordinate that well because of different shades within the range of Harvest Gold. For example, even though Laughlin's Golden Harvest and Coventry's Castilian are both on the Granada shape and very very similar in color--they do not necessarily intermingle well. One thing to remember when buying on line is that Homer Laughlin's Granada Golden Harvest is speckled and the Granada Castilian by Coventry is not. The cups & saucers, Coffee Pot, Tea Pot and other items without the actual "design" appear that they could be coordinated with each pattern in the Granada shape. I was told they would coordinate and believed it until I physically put them together and realized they do not intermingle well after all. I do have both of these Granada Patterns within my shop and will try to make clear which ones coordinate together. Happy Happy Shopping!
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