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    Posted 4 months ago

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    Unable to locate any information this one bowl.22 kt gold Homer Laughlin . Is it a collectable item? Thanks in advance for any information it.

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    1. keramikos, 4 months ago
      were, Cool. :-)

      This looks like it could be the same Homer Laughlin pattern, but a slightly different bowl, because it doesn't have handles.

      However, it is Homer Laughlin Eggshell, has a floral pattern underneath the 22K gold, and also was made in 1941, but in a different month at Newell plant #5 (the code looks like "I41N5"):

      https://www.etsy.com/listing/971193525/vintage-homer-laughlin-eggshell-22-karat

      A month code of "I" in combination with a year of (19)41 seems problematic, because per laurelhollowpark dot net:

      *snip*

      During the 1930s, the letter "I" wasn't always used and by the 1940s it disappears from all HLC markings.

      *snip*

      http://www.laurelhollowpark.net/hlc/hlcbackstamps.html

      So maybe that month part of the code is a malformed "L."

      Here are the FAQs from the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association:

      https://www.hlcca.org/Frequently-Asked-Questions.aspx

      About HL Eggshell patterns:

      https://drvintagedinnerware.com/vintage-dinnerware/homer-laughlin-eggshell-patterns/

      I didn't see your pattern in there, but maybe I didn't look carefully enough.
    2. keramikos, 4 months ago
      Whoops, this looks like it, even if the date is a bit iffy:

      *snip*

      HLC2601
      by Homer Laughlin
      Item#: 350916 Pattern Code: HLCHLC2601
      Description: Eggshell Nautilus, All Gold W/Flowers
      Pattern: HLC2601 by Homer Laughlin
      Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1943 -

      *snip*

      https://www.replacements.com/china-homer-laughlin-hlc2601/c/350916
    3. keramikos, 4 months ago
      Here's a luncheon service in that pattern:

      *snip*

      Homer Laughlin Eggshell Nautilus plates and cups decorated by George H Bowman & Son (Salem, Ohio) company in a pretty gold floral pattern. Research shows that the Bowman Company decorated and sold these ca. 1940.

      *snip*

      https://www.oldtownfinds.com/listing/703454490/1940-50s-geo-h-bowman-decorated-home
    4. keramikos, 4 months ago
      A bit about the George H. Bowman company:

      http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/SalemHistory/YesteryearsSearch/1992/Vol1No38Feb24op.pdf

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