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Here are some of my Harlequin pieces along with a Fiesta utility tray. At the top is a Harlequin novelty creamer in turquoise. The novelty creamer was produced by the Homer Laughlin China Company from 1938 through 1959.
The Fiesta utility tray in red was produced from 1936 through 1946. The utility tray was used as a base for a sugar and creamer and for serving celery or carrot sticks, relishes and condiments.
My basketweave nut dishes are in maroon, red and turquoise. Some believe that this was intended as an individual ashtray, but was marketed as a nut dish. The shape was copied from a Japanese Marutomo ware dish. Production began in 1938 and ended in 1943.
The individual or toy creamer is one of my favorite Harlequin pieces. Even though the individual creamer was dipped in Harlequin glazes, it is not believed to be part of the Harlequin line. Production began in 1939 and ended in 1942. Mine are in red and turquoise.
Also check out my Homer Laughlin Kitchen Kraft covered jar.