Finding the Value of Homer Laughlin DinnerwareThe Homer Laughlin China Company opened in 1871 and remains active today. During the long history of the company many patterns were designed and sold. This is a page about finding the value of Homer Laughlin dinnerware.
Identifying a Mustache Tea Cup and SaucerI came across this beautiful set. It has an unusual shape and was made for people with a mustache. I looked on the web, but cannot find a similar one. Any ideas?
Identifying Saxon China DinnerwareI've tried finding information on this set but no luck. I haven't seen any other china that has this design. What do I have?
Value of Homer Laughlin Georgian Eggshell DinnerwareWe have a set of Homer Laughlin Georgian Eggshell plates, bowls, cups, saucers, and salad plates - along with other serving pieces of Georgian Eggshell J45 N 5.
Identifying a Pedestal Serving DishI'm trying to identify this serving dish. It appears old, and has ALBA and the letter T stamped into the base, along with C120/G120/6120 in writing. It is
Determining the Value of Noritake ChinaMy cousin has a set of this pattern. I think it might be the Claytonpattern, but the stamp doesn't match the ones I've found online. Could you help me with the identification, including age and value?
Dating a Homer Laughlin Deep PlateI have this one piece that has no letter or number associated with the potters mark. The glazing is still intact, so I don't believe it was washed or worn off. I'm having a heck of a time figuring out it's age or if it's even an actual plate and not a shallow bowl. Its dimensions are: 9 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches. The outer rim is about 1 3/4" wide.
Understanding the Backstamps on Homer Laughlin DinnerwareWhat do the numbers on the back mean? Is the N for Newell WV?
Value of Noritake ChinaI have a 1968 12 piece Noritake 6842 set, that was never used. Any idea what it's worth?