Here are some of my Rhythm grape dishes by The Homer Laughlin China Company. I don’t know the real name of the pattern so I refer to it as “grape.” On top is my creamer and sugar bowl along with cups and saucers. The dishes are date-stamped from 1953 to 1955. I love this pattern! I got the little coffee hutch at Pier One Imports a long time ago. Mike calls it the “gerbil cage,” but I think it’s pretty cute!
Also check out my Homer Laughlin Rose pieces.
Homer Laughlin Rhythm is one of my favorite shapes. It was made from 1950-1960. The shape is very simple and would work in any kitchen today. It came in five solid colors: yellow, chartreuse, gray, forest green and burgundy. Most collectors refer to the burgundy as “maroon.” Some Rhythm lines had decals like the Rhythm Rose and American Provincial that I posted previously.
Pictured are plates, saucers, fruit bowls, cups, a gravy boat and a teapot.
Also check out my Homer Laughlin Rhythm American Provincial pieces.
Previously I posted some Rhythm dishes in the Rhythm Rose pattern from Homer Laughlin. Rhythm comes in solid colors and with decals. This pattern is called American Provincial. My plates are stamped with the year 1960. Pictured are a teapot, salt and pepper shakers, dinner plate, sugar and creamer and cups and saucers. I love the gold trim on some of the pieces. The farmer and his wife and the hearts are so sweet!
This picture shows my American Provincial spoon rest. The spoon rest is one of my best finds since spoon rests got used and abused. Mine looks as if it wasn’t ever used.
Also check out my Homer Laughlin Rhythm grape pieces.