Value of a Homer Laughlin Tea Pitcher

I purchased a Homer Laughlin piece at a local auction a few years back. Over the years we have searched for any information or value, and have came up with nothing. We did find out it was originally a three piece set, but we only have the one piece. We also found that only four were made, and a value was unknown because none had ever been sold. The piece we have is a tea pitcher that looks like a baseball. Could you please help us!

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November 25, 20181 found this helpful

Upload a picture to replacements.com and they can help you determine a value.

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November 25, 20180 found this helpful

This has me so curious. Is this the pattern? I have never known HL to make limited editions like you describe so I want to learn more. Their items are so cool! Can you post a photo of the piece?

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You may want to contact the company to get more information:
(304) 387-1300

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November 26, 20180 found this helpful

Homer Laughlin has made a lot of different sets and series but I have never heard of them making such a small number before.

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Someone may have been able to provide more information if you provide pictures of the teapot and the markings on the bottom.

  • You do not say if your set is from the Fishs Eddie series so most of the available research will probably not help as that is the most widely known baseball series.
  • Here is a plate that has the baseball design.
  • www.replacements.com/.../hlcbas.htm
  • You may be able to submit pictures and ask at Replacements if they are interested in purchasing your teapot and they will probably answer your inquiry with a price and maybe some information but they will probably not answer your inquiry if you just ask for the value or information on the piece.
  • Here is a link to their email address.
  • www.replacements.com/contact-us.htm
  • If you believe that your teapot is that rare then I think you should have it appraised. Personal (on site) appraisals are usually expensive and the appraiser may not really know that much and will have to depend on books for an answer.
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  • You can try an online appraisal and probably find out a great deal about your teapot.
  • Barneby's is a very good site but they charge $17. I have used them and was very well satisfied with their answers.
  • www.barnebys.com/.../
  • You will have to send very good pictures and especially one of the markings. Also, any history that you may have about the piece.
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February 7, 20190 found this helpful

Yes....they produced very limited numbers at the east Liverpool auction
25 editions max we're auctioned off to silent bids.

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