Swing was introduced by the Homer Laughlin China Company in 1938. It is also referred to as Eggshell. The Swing line was decaled or pastel-striped. Swing is very delicate hence the Eggshell name. I don’t see it very often and when I do, it usually has chips. The two pieces I own are in perfect condition. Pictured below are my teapot and casserole. Neither piece seems to have ever been used. I love the round “ear” handles on the casserole.
Check out my Homer Laughlin World’s Fair Plate.