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The American Potter New York Worlds Fair 1939-1940 Homer Laughlin Seasons Spring Scene in Non-Standard Original Turquoise Glaze

1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit 1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit
1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit 1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit
1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit 1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit
1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit 1939 1940 New York Worlds Fair Turquoise Spring Scene Ashtray The American Potter Joint Exhibit

Circa 1940: Spring in Turquoise— Already unique, the seasonal scenes are occasionally found dipped in non standard glaze colors, like this turquoise example of the usually green Sping scene. Showcasing their excellence, Homer Laughlin must have used one of their most skilled artists to carve the reliefs for what would become their seasonal dish sets at the New York Worlds Fair from 1939-1940. The four piece ashtray set, embossed with the charming scenes of the seasons, would be dipped in their popular Vintage Fiesta solid color glazes of turquoise, green, red, ivory, yellow and blue. Advanced collectors of Homer Laughlin pottery will delight in adding these whimsical reliefs to their collections in their favorite colors and themes. This example of the summer scene, in the original turquoise glaze, is nicely marked on the back "The American Potter, New York Worlds Fair, 1940, Joint Exhibit of Capital and Labor".

The American Potter New York Worlds Fair Spring Scene in Non-Standard Original Turquoise Glaze
For Sale: $265

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