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Vintage Harlequin Pottery for Sale | Circa 1936-1965

Homer Laughlin launched their Fiesta pottery line at the beginning of the 1936 and it proved an instant senstation. Quick to join in the solid color mix and match tableware craze, Americans great five and dime department store giant, F. W. Woolworth's contracted Homer Laughlin to design a line exclusively for them. The original release in late 1936, just in time for the holidays, consisted of 16 pieces in four new Homer Laughlin colors— Maroon, Spruce, Yellow (brighter than the Fiesta yellow), and Mauve. The Harlequin line would enjoy great popularity and success and was sold at Woolworths for nearly 29 years.

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Harlequin Pottery Red Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Red Glaze »

Circa: 1940-1944: Harlequin covered casserole is a piece to love. Triangular handles adorn the sides and top along with subtle scalloped accents and the famous band of concentric rings. Measures nearly 10" across.

For Sale: $250

Vintage Harlequin Pottery | 1936-1965
Vintage Harlequin Pottery Maroon Bread and Butter Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 6" Plate in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: This simple 6" Maroon Harlequin Bread and Butter plate has the most luxurious finish and wonderful color. Who knew the simple bread and butter plate could add such delight to the table.

For Sale: $20

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Yellow Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Cup & Saucer Set in Original Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Classic art-deco and stylized Harlequin Cup and Saucer set. Mixing and matching well across all the solid color tableware lines, the harlequin cup is full of flare with it's distinguished handle and rings.

For Sale: $25

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Maroon Salad Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 7" Plate in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: This simple 7" Maroon Harlequin Salad plate has the most luxurious finish and wonderful color. Who knew the simple salad plate could add such delight to the table.

For Sale: $25

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Rose Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Cup and Saucer Set in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: After the plate, designer Frederick Rhead began working on the sketches for the teacup. It is here, that the Harlequin lines fundamental visual elements were born.

For Sale: $30

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Maroon Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Cup and Saucer Set in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: Introduced in 1936, Maroon is a daring glaze, deeper and richer than most early vintage colors. Prone to uneven glaze application, it is always a pleasure to find the original rich Maroon well applied and in excellent condition. The teacup and saucer was a cornerstone in a pottery lines design.

For Sale: $35

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original bright and sunny Harlequin Yellow glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use.

For Sale: $35

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Turquoise glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use. Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

For Sale: $35


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Yellow Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1943: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

For Sale: $35


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Mauve Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

For Sale: $35

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original 40s Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1950: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Rose glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use. Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

For Sale: $40


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Spruce Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

For Sale: $40


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Red Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

For Sale: $40


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Turquoise Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

For Sale: $45

Vintage Fiestaware Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original 50s Forest Green  Glaze For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Water Tumbler in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: The vintage Harlequin Water Tumbler is as simple and streamlined as possible, with a central band of concentric rings and a smooth surface, it's the best piece to enjoy your favorite vintage glaze color.

For Sale: $45

 Vintage Harlequin Individual Creamer in Maroon: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Individual Creamer in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1939-1941: The toy creamer was only made for a few years, dipped in the harlequin colors, it is one of only a few pieces of Homer Laughlin pottery that could be considered a miniature. Stands 2 1/4" high and holds the perfect amount of cream to delight your guests or special youngsters.

For Sale: $45


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Yellow Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1959: Harlequin pottery cream soup bowl is one of the most simple, yet daring and bold pieces of the 30s art deco line, with it's triangular handles and bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $45


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Rose Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Harlequin pottery cream soup bowl is one of the most simple, yet daring and bold pieces of the 30s art deco line, with it's triangular handles and bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $45


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Turquoise Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Harlequin pottery cream soup bowl is one of the most simple, yet daring and bold pieces of the 30s art deco line, with it's triangular handles and bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $45

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Mauve Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Salt & Pepper Shakers in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: The vintage Harlequin pottery shaker was designed by Frederick Rhead early in 1936, before the pottery line had been named or taken on an identity. The salt and pepper shaker is a staple in a potteries foundation, and it is no surprise that they would have been among the first pieces to take shape.

For Sale: $55

 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Turquoise: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1944: Served with the egg atop the smaller side, flipped and eaten in the larger cup, the Harlequin double egg cup towers nearly 4" tall and is a delightful piece to mix in with your solid colored tableware collection.

For Sale: $55

Turquoise Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl
in Original Turuqoise »

Circa 1940-1965: The 36s bowl has the special distinction of being the last piece designed by Frederick Rhead as well as the last piece added to the popular Harlequin line.

For Sale: $55

Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. With its sleek art deco lines, the sauce boat, produced in all twelve original glazes, was a welcome and lasting addition to the Harlequin line. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

For Sale: $55

Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. With its sleek art deco lines, the sauce boat, produced in all twelve original glazes, was a welcome and lasting addition to the Harlequin line. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

For Sale: $55

Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. With its sleek art deco lines, the sauce boat, produced in all twelve original glazes, was a welcome and lasting addition to the Harlequin line. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

For Sale: $55


Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Spruce Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1951: Harlequin pottery cream soup bowl is one of the most simple, yet daring and bold pieces of the 30s art deco line, with it's triangular handles and bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $55

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Cream Soup Bowl in Original Green Glaze 40s Art Deco American Woolworths Homer Laughlin Dinnerware

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1942-1951: Harlequin pottery cream soup bowl is one of the most simple, yet daring and bold pieces of the 30s art deco line, with it's triangular handles and bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $60

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Cream Soup Bowl in Original Red Glaze 40s Art Deco Dinnerware

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original 50s Gray Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: Found in all twelve colors the cream soup in the Red glaze was dropped early in 1943 when the uranium used in the glaze forumula was restricted for government use at the Manhattan project.

For Sale: $60

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Forest Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Salt & Pepper Shakers in Original Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The vintage Harlequin pottery shaker was designed by Frederick Rhead early in 1936, before the pottery line had been named or taken on an identity. The salt and pepper shaker is a staple in a potteries foundation, and it is no surprise that they would have been among the first pieces to take shape. It's a delight to see this 30s Art Deco design carried over into the 50s dark forest green glaze.

For Sale: $60

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Chartreuse Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors, although the 50s colors, produced in far fewer quantities, will prove harder to find. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Chartreuse glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use. Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

For Sale: $60

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Dark Forest Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Dark Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Dark Forest Green glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use. Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

For Sale: $60

 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Mauve: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: The Harlequin double egg cup is a delightful piece that seems to defy physics with its wide flaring top and it's small pedistal base. One of the great Harlequin pieces that come in all twelve vintage colors.

For Sale: $60

Mauve Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: The 36s bowl has the special distinction of being the last piece designed by Frederick Rhead as well as the last piece added to the popular Harlequin line.

For Sale: $60

Yellow Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl in Original Gray Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The 36s bowl is like no other piece of Homer Laughlin pottery being produced at the time. There is something about it that seperates it from the pack. All of Harlequin potteries normal angles are removed in this ultra modern rounded version...

For Sale: $65

 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Maroon: Homer Laughlin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Art Deco

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: Served with the egg atop the smaller s4ide, flipped and eated in the larger cup, the Harlequin double egg cup towers nearly 4" tall and is a delightful piece to mix in with your solid colored tableware collection. Dipped in twelve colors, shown here in Turquoise.

For Sale: $70

 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Maroon: Homer Laughlin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Art Deco

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Gray Glaze »

Circa 1952-1959: From the Becky Turner Collection: The Harlequin double egg cup towers nearly 4" tall and is a delightful piece to mix and match with your solid colored tableware collection. Dipped in twelve colors, with the later 50s colors being harder to find.

For Sale: $70

Vintage 50s Dark Forest Green Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Dark Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

For Sale: $70

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Oval Baker in Original Radioactive Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oval Baker in Original Radioactive Red »

Circa 1940-1943: The Harlequin oval baker, although part of the original line, was discontinued relatively early during 1945. Modeled by Arthur Kraft and part of the initial 16 piece Harlequin line, the oval baker sports a profusion inside modeled lines. This example in the original red was only produced for three years and will prove to harder to find than most. In excellent, undamaged condition and measuring 9 1/2"w x 2"h.

For Sale: $75

Harlequin VIntage 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in 40s Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: This example of the Harlequin 9" Nappy Bowl still retains its original stamped price on the bottom. Unused is always a great find.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1936-1965: The vintage Harlequin nappy bowl seems much larger than its sister version in the Fiesta line. The Harlequin bowl flares out, opening up and seeming much larger than the Fiesta version of the 8 1/2" nappy bowl. Thinner, lighter, and more delicate all around, collectors will delight in finding the large Harlequin nappy bowl in great condition.

For Sale: $75

Harlequin VIntage 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original 40s Rose Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: The vintage Homer Laughlin Harlequin pottery line has an abundance of bowls to choose from, but only two serving bowls. The Harlequin 9" nappy was released in 1936 and ran a full 20 years in production.

For Sale: $75

Forest Green Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl
in Original 50s Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The 36s bowl has the special distinction of being the last piece designed by Frederick Rhead as well as the last piece added to the popular Harlequin line. This example in dark Forest Green is stupendous.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 50s Chartreuse 10 inch Dinner Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 10 " Dinner Plate in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The plate was the first piece designed by creator Frederik Rhead as he set out to develop a solid color, mix-n-match pottery line at the request of the five-and-dime giant of the time, Woolworth's. This example of the hard to find large 10" dinner size plate, in the 50s chartreuse glaze is in unused condition, without a scratch or spot of use.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Maroon Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1939-1941: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. With its sleek art deco lines, the sauce boat, produced in all twelve original glazes, was a welcome and lasting addition to the Harlequin line. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

For Sale: $75

Harlequin Red Sauce Boat: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat
in Original Red Glaze »

Circa: 1940-1943: The sauce (or gravy) boat was added to the line shortly after its succesful release. A popular piece that ran for the rest of the length of production, dipped in all twelve glazes, the Harlequin sauce boat commands much more presence than one might think.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in 50s Chartreuse Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The vintage Homer Laughlin Harlequin pottery line has an abundance of bowls to choose from, but only two serving bowls. The Harlequin 9" nappy was released in 1936 and ran a full 20 years in production.

For Sale: $85

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Lidded Sugar Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1937-1941: Wonderful flat bottomed Harlequin sugar bowl with the early inside rings that were removed by 1942. This sugar bowl is in excellent condition and fully dipped in the great early vintage maroon glaze which was one of the first four colors of Harlequin pottery line.

For Sale: $85

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Mauve Blue Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Lidded Sugar Bowl in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1937-1942: Wonderful flat bottomed Harlequin sugar bowl with the early inside rings that were removed by 1942. This sugar bowl is in excellent condition and fully dipped in the great early vintage mauve (blue) glaze which was one of the first four colors of Harlequin pottery line.

For Sale: $85

 Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Turquoise: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1942-1959: Unlike most other items in the fiesta line, Harlequin had three different ashtray versions. This is an example of the basketweave.

For Sale: $110

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Original Mauve Blue Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Mauve Glaze »

Circa 1939-1951: The vintage fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and saucer ashtrays. This example in the original Harlequin mauve blue glaze is in spectacular condition without any use or damage. Measures 6 3/16" wide by 1" high

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Radioactive Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1939-1943: The vintage Fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and Basketweave ashtrays. The basketweave ashtray enjoyed 21 years of production yet somehow are hard to find and appear less and less, and of course would have been discontinued in red in 1943 when the uranium oxide was needed for the Manhattan Project. This example in the original radioactive red glaze is in spectacular condition without any use or damage. Measures 6 3/16" w by 1" h

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1959: The vintage fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and saucer ashtrays. This example in the original Harlequin yellow glaze, from the Becky Turner collection, is in spectacular condition without any use or damage. Measures 6 3/16" wide by 1" high

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Original 40s Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: The vintage fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and saucer ashtrays. This example in the original Harlequin 40s Rose glaze, from the Becky Turner collection, is in spectacular condition without any use or damage.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Regular Ashtray in Maroon

Vintage Harlequin Regular Ashtray
in Original Mauve Blue »

Circa 1938-1945: The first couple of years proved so successful for the Harlequin pottery line, that it was quickly expanded. The regular ashtray was one of those great additions. Three versions of the ashtray can be found in the Harlequin line, the basketweave, saucer ashtray and the regular version, as shown here. This example, from the Becky Turner collection, is in spectacular shape, without use or damage.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Regular Ashtray in Yellow

Vintage Harlequin Regular Ashtray
in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1945: The first couple of years proved so successful for the Harlequin pottery line, that it was quickly expanded. The regular ashtray was one of those great additions. Three versions of the ashtray can be found in the Harlequin line, the basketweave, saucer ashtray and the regular version, as shown here.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin 50s Chartreuse Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Individual Salad Bowl in Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: Not many pieces of Harlequin pottery share as many traits with their Fiesta counterparts as does the Harlequin Individual Salad Bowl. Thick walled construction, bands of concentric rings and a wide, generous size unite this shape across both lines. The Harlequin version will not have the inside rings and will, like all vintage Harlequin, be unmarked on the bottom. Generous in size at 7 12" wide.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Chartreuse Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959: Produced in Medium Green for One Year Only— The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Medium Green glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use.
Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

For Sale: $125

 Vintage Harlequin Original Yellow 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 22 Ounce Jug in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: The 22 oz jug designed for the Harlequin pottery line was always a popular piece and was produced from the Spring of 1938 until 1959. This example in yellow was as popular as was the piece, being a color that was never cut from the line...

For Sale: $125

Rose Harlequin Vintage 22 ounce Milk Pitcher Jug: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Service Water Pitcher in Original Rose Glaze »

Circa: 1941-1959. Sometimes refered to as the "ball jug". The Harlequin ball jug is a fabulous piece with its distinctive, trademark rings around the base.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Demitasse Cup Saucer Set Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Demitasse Cup & Sauce Set in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1942: The teacup may have been the second piece Frederick Rhead designed for the Harlequin line, establishing the angular handles, art deco draping and placement of concentric rings. With these elements it would have been easy for Arthur Kraft to adapt them into a smaller version for the demitasse cup and saucer set. The cup measues a mere 2" high!

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Sugar & Creamer Set in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1937-1941: Wonderful flat bottomed Harlequin sugar bowl with the early inside rings that were removed by 1942. This set includes the lidded sugar bowl and the creamer. Both pieces are in excellent condition and fully dipped in the great early vintage maroon glaze which was one of the first four colors of the Harlequin pottery line.

For Sale: $125

 Vintage Harlequin Turquoise 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 22 Ounce Jug in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa: 1940-1959: The classic, highly art-deco, bold and exuberant 22 oz pitcher dipped in the original turquoise glaze makes a great addition to the collection - this example has a spectacular, brilliant blue glaze.

For Sale: $135

Rose Harlequin Vintage 22 ounce Milk Pitcher Jug: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin 22 Ounce Jug in Original 40s Rose Glaze »

Circa: 1941-1959: Interesting to note is that the Rose glaze developed by Homer Laughlin was used in the Harlequin line nearly a decade before its application on Fiesta ware. Great dusty rose color on a classic art-deco piece.

For Sale: $135

Harlequin Demitasse Cup Saucer Set Original Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Demitasse Cup & Saucer Set in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1942-1952: The teacup may have been the second piece Frederick Rhead designed for the Harlequin line, establishing the angular handles, art deco draping and placement of concentric rings. With these elements it would have been easy for Arthur Kraft to adapt them into a smaller version for the demitasse cup and saucer set. The cup measues a mere 2" high!

For Sale: $135

Harlequin Demitasse Cup Saucer Set Original Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Demitasse Cup & Saucer Set in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1939-1943: The teacup may have been the second piece Frederick Rhead designed for the Harlequin line, establishing the angular handles, art deco draping and placement of concentric rings. With these elements it would have been easy for Arthur Kraft to adapt them into a smaller version for the demitasse cup and saucer set. The cup measues a mere 2" high!

For Sale: $135

 Vintage Harlequin Red 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 22 Ounce Jug in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1944: The 22 oz jug designed for the Harlequin pottery line was always a popular piece and was produced from the Spring of 1938 until 1959. Available in red for a short amount of time...

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Service Water Pitcher: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Service Water Pitcher in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: Spruce was one of the original colors designed for the Harlequin line, exclusively for Woolworths. A delightful color on one of the most collectable pieces of the Harlequin line — the service water pitcher.

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Animal Novelty Penguin in Spruce Glaze Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Penguin in Spruce  »

Circa 1939-1940: For less than a year, Homer Laughlin produced the small figurine novelties for the Woolworths company. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in to your Fiesta collections, in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the original Penguin dipped in Harlequin Spruce Green will add a wimsy to your collection.

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Animal Novelty Donkey Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Donkey in Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the Original Donkey dipped in Harlequin is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Service Water Pitcher: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Service Water Pitcher in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943. Sometimes reffered to as the "ball jug". This pattern was probably based on a Hall China piece made nearby in East Liverpool, Ohio. The Harlequin ball jug is a fabulous piece with its distinctive, trademark rings around the base.

For Sale: $150

Harlequin Animal Novelty Maroon Cat Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Cat in Harlequin Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes.

For Sale: $150

Harlequin Animal Novelty Yellow Duck Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Duck in Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the Original Duck dipped in Harlequin Spruce Green is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $150

Harlequin Animal Novelty Spruce Green Duck Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Duck in Harlequin Spruce Green  »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the Original Duck dipped in Harlequin Spruce Green is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $160

Harlequin Animal Novelty Lamb in Maroon Glaze Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Lamb in Harlequin Maroon Glaze  »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes.

For Sale: $175

Harlequin Animal Novelty Fish in Maroon  Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Fish in Harlequin Maroon  »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the Original Fish dipped in Harlequin Maroon is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $175

Harlequin Animal Novelty Spruce Green Cat Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Cat in Harlequin Spruce Green  »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes. This example of the Original Cat dipped in Harlequin Spruce Green is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $175

50s Gray Harlequin Service Water Pitcher

Vintage Harlequin Water Ball Jug in Original 50s Gray Glaze »

Circa: 1951-1959: The vintage Harlequin 50s colors will prove hard to find as the pottery waned in popularity and less and less was produced. Lovers of the sublte and sophisticated 50s gray glaze will rejoice in finding it on one of the largest of the Vintage Harlequin pottery pieces. The Harlequin ball jug is a fabulous piece with its distinctive, trademark rings around the base. Standing at 7 1/4" x 8 1/2" wide this 50s gray Harlequin water pitcher is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $175


Original Yellow Harlequin Pottery Teapot | Homer Laughlin | Fiesta | For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Teapot
in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1959: One of the original items in original colors, released in 1938. Fabulous art deco lines in this classic American Iconic Dinnerware. This example in the bright, sunny, Harlequin yellow will delight the collector.

For Sale: $175

Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Turquoise Teapot 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Teapot
in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Triangular lines and tappering body adorned with concentric rings, bold angular handles and knobs make the Harlequin teapot a striking, timeless design.

For Sale: $175

Harlequin Pottery Yellow Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa: 1936-1959: Harlequin covered casserole is a piece to love. Triangular handles adorn the sides and top along with subtle scalloped accents and the famous band of concentric rings. Measures nearly 10" across.

For Sale: $210

Harlequin Pottery Turquoise Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: Excellent condition will delight the collector. Measuring nearly 10" wide and 5 1/2" tall, the art deco tab handles and triangular top handle are uniquely Harlequin...

For Sale: $225

Harlequin Pottery Rose Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original 50s Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: Vintage Harlequin pottery covered casserole in the original 50s rose glaze. Measuring nearly 10" wide and 5 1/2" tall, the art deco tab handles and triangular top handle are uniquely Harlequin and a delight for your solid-color dinner table.

For Sale: $225

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Butter Dish Homer Laughlin Fiestaware Original Antique Tableware 30s 40s

Vintage Harlequin Covered Butter Dish in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The Harlequin butter shape was borrowed from a line called Jade. Used in the Harlequin Pottery line, it also works perfectly with the vintage Fiesta pottery line, especially when they share glaze colors, like in the turquoise example here.

For Sale: $225


   Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Fiestaware Vintage Rose: Homer Laughlin: Rare Butter Dish

Vintage Harlequin Covered Butter Dish in Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959:Collectors lament that there was never a vintage Fiesta butter dish for the line, but the adventurous can rejoice in the butter borrowed from Homer Laughlins Jade line.

For Sale: $225


   Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Fiestaware Vintage Mauve: Homer Laughlin: Rare Butter Dish

Vintage Harlequin Covered Butter Dish in Vintage Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin butter dish shape was borrowed from a line called Jade, which was designed in the early 30s. Used in the Harlequin Pottery line, it also works perfectly with the vintage Fiestaware line...

For Sale: $245


   Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Fiestaware Vintage Green: Homer Laughlin: Rare Butter Dish

Vintage Harlequin 1/2 lb Butter
in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1942-1949: Collectors lament that there was never a vintage Fiesta butter dish for the line, but the adventurous can rejoice in the butter borrowed from Homer Laughlins Jade line. Dipped in the Harlequin colors the large butter transformed intself into a delightful play of deco angles and details. Not common in any color, it is the Original Green glaze that will elude collectors.

For Sale: $245

Harlequin Teapot in Original Rose Glaze Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Teapot in Original 50s Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: There is no other piece the exemplifies the exhuberance of art-deco design as much as the Harlequin teapot. It's pronounced angular handles bravely adorn the piece with scalloped bases and strong architectural influences. The design statement made by the Harlequin line is fully on show in this great piece of early American pottery.

For Sale: $250

Harlequin Pottery Red Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Red Glaze »

Circa: 1940-1944: Harlequin covered casserole is a piece to love. Triangular handles adorn the sides and top along with subtle scalloped accents and the famous band of concentric rings. Measures nearly 10" across.

For Sale: $250

Harlequin Teapot in Original Mauve Blue Glaze Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Teapot in Original Mauve Glaze »

Circa 1938-1952: There is no other piece the exemplifies the exhuberance of art-deco design as much as the Harlequin teapot. It's pronounced angular handles bravely adorn the piece with scalloped bases and strong architectural influences. The design statement made by the Harlequin line is fully on show in this great piece of early American pottery.

For Sale: $275

Harlequin Pottery Maroon Covered Casserole

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1940: Maroon was one of the original four colored glazes in the Harlequin pottery line. Although 12 colors would be dipped on the Harlequin shape over its near 30 year run, the original four colors hold a special place in the collectors heart, with spruce and maroon being in high demand as they were discontinued first and were the lines shortest running glazes. The covered casserole shape is one of the showcases of the line and is a treat to find dipped in the early, original color of maroon.

For Sale: $275

Harlequin Pottery Teapot in Original Chartreuse Glaze 50s ColorAmerican Tableware Homer Laughlin

Vintage Harlequin Teapot
in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: Of the twelve colors used on the Harlequin line, it is surely the original vintage Chartreuse glaze that has remained the most modern and sought after of them all. A highly desirable color and not overly produced, Chartruese glazed pieces will be a treasure to find. With the teapot shape being one of the showcase pieces of the line, it is really a treat to find it in the 50s Chartreuse glaze.

For Sale: $275

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Syrup in Mauve Blue Glaze: Homer Laughlin 30s 40s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Syrup in Original Spruce Green Glaze »

Circa 1938-1940: Harlequin syrups were produced for as little as 18 months and are extremely hard to find in any color. It is found only in yellow, blue, spruce and red. Examples should have the drip-cut lid, as this one does, and will stand nearly 6" tall by 3 1/2" wide.

For Sale: $395

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Syrup in Mauve Blue Glaze: Homer Laughlin 30s 40s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Syrup in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1940: Harlequin syrups were produced for as little as 18 months and are extremely hard to find in any color. It is found only in yellow, blue, spruce and red. Examples should have the drip-cut lid, as this one does, and will stand nearly 6" tall by 3 1/2" wide.

For Sale: $395

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Medium Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Sugar Bowl in Medium Green Glaze »

Circa: 1959-1965: Produced for less than six years, at a time when solid color dinnerware was loosing public interest, the Medium Green glaze developed and used by Homer Laughlin Pottery Company in the 50s is hard to find and highly desirable. There are few lidded pieces in medium green to add to your collection and this Harlequin sugar bowl in the original Medium green will be a delight to add to your collection. Please note one small area of lighter glaze on the top of the lid but no chips, cracks, dings and no use at all make this a marvelous example. Measures 4 1/4"h x 5 1/2w

For Sale: $425

Rare Harlequin Pottery Marmalade in Original Spruce Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Marmalade 
in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1938-1941: The marmalade is a great example of the more unusual holloware pieces from the Harlequin pottery line. A hand applied, art-deco inspired, handle adorns the lid atop a simple, conical body. One of the first five pieces dropped from production, the vintage Harlequin pottery marmalade is a collectors dream. This example in the original spruce glaze is in excellent condition with no damages, touchups or repairs and is an unusually good application of the pesky spruce glaze.

For Sale: $495

Harlequin Pottery Turquoise Candle Holders For Sale | Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery, Rare Americana Collectable Dinnerware 30s 40s 50s

Rare Harlequin Candle Holders in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: It's not often I call a piece of Homer Laughlin pottery "rare", but these Vintage Harlequin candleholders in the original mauve glaze fit the bill. They are rare indeed. Anyone that enjoys collecting the sister pottery of Fiesta will adore adding these to their collection. Banded with concentric rings around the body and footed with a classic art deco stair step, the subtle design elements come together in a perfect manner.

For Sale: $575

Harlequin Pottery Red Candle Holders For Sale | Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery, Rare Americana Collectable Dinnerware 30s 40s 50s

Rare Harlequin Candle Holders in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: In perfect collector quality condition without any damage and as always, no chips, cracks, touchups or repairs, the dry foot is clean and the insides look unused. This pair of the rare Harlequin candleholders in the desirable original red glaze are a delight.

For Sale: $595

Harlequin Pottery Yellow Candle Holders For Sale | Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery, Rare Americana Collectable Dinnerware 30s Becky Turner Collection

Rare Harlequin Candle Holders in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: The Harlequin pottery line had no pieces in its selection that transcended from tableware to art pottery. The popular Fiesta line had many sizes and styles of vases, comports, two versions of candleholders, ect. But Harlequin, the utilitarian line for Woolworths, stuck to the basics— that is until Frederick Rhead gave us the Harlequin candleholders. Like stairsteps going to a temple, these pieces have all the influences of the art-deco inspired line. The bands of concentric rings are wraped around the tapering sticks and the generous platform cascades out dramatically.

For Sale: $650


    Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Relish Tray: Turquoise Red Maroon Mauve Yellow

Vintage Harlequin Relish Tray on Original Turquoise Base with Four Color Inserts »

Circa 1937-1944: Rare and hard to find vintage Harlequin relish tray with unmarked base and four color inserts. The Harlequin Relish Tray is a prized possession among even the most advanced collectors.

For Sale: $650

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Harlequin Yellow Cat Novelty Animal Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Cat in Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1940: Becky Turner Collection: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. This example of the original Homer Laughlin Pottery Novelty Cat dipped in Harlequin Yellow glaze is in perfect condition and will surely add a touch of whimsy to your collection, or make a wonderful gift.

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Harlequin Animal Novelty Lamb in Spruce Green Glaze Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Lamb in Harlequin Spruce  »

Circa 1939-1940: Becky Turner Collection: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes.

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Harlequin Animal Novelty Lamb in Mauve Blue Glaze Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Novelty Figurine: Lamb in Harlequin Mauve Blue Glaze  »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small Figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin produced for Woolworths are a delight to find and add to your vintage pottery collection. Bringing an element of humanism into the tablescape is not a success to which many potteries can lay claim. The miniature Donkey, Fish, Duck, Penguin, Cat and Lamb can add a delighful personality in your cabinets and on your tablescapes.

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Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Radioactive Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Ashtray in Original Light Green Glaze »

Circa 1942-1943: The vintage Fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and Basketweave ashtrays. The basketweave ashtray enjoyed 21 years of production. This example in the original light green glaze is in spectacular condition without any use or damage. Measures 6 3/16" w by 1" h

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Harlequin Pottery Regular Ashtray in Maroon

Vintage Harlequin Regular Ashtray
in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1938-1941: The first couple of years proved so successful for the Harlequin line, that it was quickly expanded. The regular ashtray was one of those great additions. Maroon was shortly dropped after the introduction of the 40s colors, so finding those late addition items in the original colors is always a treat.

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Harlequin Pottery Regular Ashtray in Radioactive Red

Vintage Harlequin Regular Ashtray
in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1938-1945: MARKED: The first couple of years proved so successful for the Harlequin pottery line, that it was quickly expanded. The regular ashtray was one of those great additions. Three versions of the ashtray can be found in the Harlequin line, the basketweave, saucer ashtray and the regular version, as shown here.

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Harlequin Pottery Regular Ashtray in Turquoise

Vintage Harlequin Regular Ashtray
in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1938-1945: The first couple of years proved so successful for the Harlequin pottery line, that it was quickly expanded. The regular ashtray was one of those great additions. Three versions of the ashtray can be found in the Harlequin line, the basketweave, saucer ashtray and the regular version, as shown here.

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Harlequin Pottery Saucer Ashtray in Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Saucer Ashtray
in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: The vintage fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but the with the Harlequin line, Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and saucer ashtrays. The basketweave ashtray enjoyed 21 years of production and the regular version 8 years, but the saucer ashtray Harlequin piece was shortlived and only produced in six main colors, with examples in rose and original green showing up occassionally. None are easy to find and are even harder to find in excellent condition. This example in the original turquoise glaze is in spectacular condition without any use or damage. Measures 6 3/16" wide by 1" high (cup included).

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Radioactive Red Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943: Added late in 1940, the 36s Harlequin bowl will prove hard to find in a few colors, red being one of them. Produced for less than three years in the vintage Homer Laughlin Red.

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Chartreuse Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl
in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: The 36s bowl has the special distinction of being the last piece designed by Frederick Rhead as well as the last piece added to the popular Harlequin line. This example in the most popular 50s color of Chartreuse is a great find and a delight to add to your collection.

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Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Radioactive Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 36S Oatmeal Bowl in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Collectors should note that the Red was discontinued in 1943 and the Oatmeal Bowl was discontinued in 1959, just as Red was returning for it's last hurrah, making the Red version harder to find than many of the other colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery 36S Bowl Medium Green Deep Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 36S Oatmeal Bowl in Original Medium Green »

Circa 1959: The 36s Oatmeal Bowl wasn't released for production until 1940, right before the first colors of Maroon and Spruce would be dropped. It's a treat to collect all the oatmeal bowls for the Halequin pottery line and to find one like this example in medium green is a dream. Not a scratch or spec of use and no glaze irregularities make this a highly desirable example.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Rose Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Cream Soup Bowl in Original Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: Vintage Harlequin cream soup bowl in original forest green glaze is one of the most stylish forms of the harlequin line in one of the most classic and brilliant colors - this example is in perfect shape.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green Fruit Bowl For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Fruit Bowl in Original Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959: The Harlequin fruit bowl looks just like a miniature version of the nappy bowl, with it's wide open top that is flared out and and then turned under with a gentle rolling lip. Although easily found in the original colors, the Harlequin fruit bowl was discontinued in 1959 at the same time medium green glaze was introduced, making it pretty scarce in this color. This example is unused and in perfect condition.

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Harlequin Medium Green Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Individual Salad Bowl in Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959-1965: Not many pieces of Harlequin pottery share as many traits with their Fiesta counterparts as does the Harlequin Individual Salad Bowl. Thick walled construction, bands of concentric rings and a wide, generous size unite this shape across both lines. The Harlequin version will not have the inside rings and will, like all vintage Harlequin, be unmarked on the bottom. Made for only 6 years in Medium Green, this will undoubtedly be the hardest of the 12 colors to find. This example is from the Becky Turner Estate is the most pristine and perfect version of this piece I have ever seen. Here is a chance to acquire perhaps the best known example of this bowl possible.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Turquoise Cream Soup Bowl 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original 50s Gray Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The vintage Homer Laughlin Harlequin pottery line has an abundance of bowls to choose from, but only two serving bowls. The Harlequin 9" nappy was released in 1936 and ran a full 20 years in production.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Oval Baker in Original Mauve Blue Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oval Baker in Original Mauve Blue »

Circa 1936-1942: The Harlequin oval baker, although part of the original line, was discontinued relatively early during 1945. Modeled by Arthur Kraft and part of the initial 16 piece Harlequin line, the oval baker sports a profusion inside modeled lines. This example in the original mauve was only produced for four-six years and will prove hard to find.

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Harlequin Colors 3 Piece Mixing Bowl Set for Sale

Vintage Harlequin
3 Piece Mixing Bowl Set »

Circa 1950-1952: Rare and hard to find, this three piece Harlequin colors mixing bowl set consists of the 6" Forest Green, 8" Mauve and 10" Chartreuse bowl. The unmarked bases of these hard to find Homer Laughlin bowls is unmarked and decorated with a pair of concentric rings. Smooth inside and hand jiggered on the outside...

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Harlequin Colors 3 Piece Mixing Bowl Set for Sale

Vintage Harlequin 3 Piece Mixing Bowl Set »

Circa 1949-1959: This three piece Homer Laughlin's Harlequin pottery mixing bowl set consists of the 6" Forest Green, 8" Harlequin yellow and 10" Chartreuse bowl. The unmarked bases of these hard to find Homer Laughlin bowls are simply decorated with a pair of concentric rings. Smooth inside and hand jiggered on the outside with a simple pair of stair step rings under the rim which collectors will recognize from the Kitchen Kraft line.

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Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Spruce Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1940: In Spruce for Only One Year— The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Although collectors should note that the Oatmeal Bowl was released only one year before Maroon and Spruce were discontinued, making it exceedingly rare in those two colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Spurce glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use.

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Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1940: In Maroon for Only One Year— The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Although collectors should note that the Oatmeal Bowl was released only one year before Maroon and Spruce were discontinued, making it exceedingly rare in those two colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Maroon glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use.

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Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Oatmeal Bowl in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1942-1950: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original Green glaze is in excellent condition, without damage or use. Measures 5 9/16" w x 1 1/2" h.

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Radioactive Red Vintage Harlequin Half Pound Lidded Butter Dish

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 1/2 lb Butter in Original Red Glaze »

Large 1/2lb size, red, Harlequin pottery vintage butter dish. Hard to find, early Homer Laughlin Pottery, rare lidded butter in radioactive red. This example in perfect, collector quality.

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   Vintage Harlequin Pottery Butter Dish in Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 1/2 lb Butter
in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa June 1938-1940: Collectors lament that there was never a vintage Fiesta butter dish for the line, but the adventurous can rejoice in the butter borrowed from Homer Laughlins Jade line. Dipped in the Harlequin colors the large butter transformed intself into a delightful play of deco angles and details. Not common in any color, the maroon glaze will elude collectors since Maroon color was discontinued early by 1940 making the length of production short for the butter in maroon.

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Harlequin Pottery Turquoise Candle Holders For Sale | Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery, Rare Americana Collectable Dinnerware 30s 40s 50s

Rare Harlequin Candle Holders in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: It's not often I call a piece of Homer Laughlin pottery "rare", but these Vintage Harlequin candleholders in the original turquoise glaze fit the bill. They are rare indeed. Anyone that enjoys collecting the sister pottery of Fiesta will adore adding these to their collection. Banded with concentric rings around the body and footed with a classic art deco stair step, the subtle design elements come together in a perfect manner. In perfect collector quality condition without any damage and as always, no chips, cracks, touchups or repairs. The dry foot is clean and the insides look unused and the finiky turquoise glaze is well dipped and displays perfectly.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Maroon Creamer For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Regular Creamer in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: With eleven vintage Fiesta colors to choose from, why is Maroon so exciting? It's just a luscious color, produced for a short amount of time in far fewer quantities than its sibling Fiesta colors. Top such a delightful color with such fantastic form, and the humble regular creamer looks far from regular.

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Harlequin Pottery High Lip Creamer in Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin High Lip Creamer in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa September-October 1936: Produced for only a month before design revisions, this first version of the Harlequin High Lip Creamer will prove extremely hard to find, and nearly impossible to acquire without damage. This example, from the Becky Turner collection, is one of the only ones that I have ever seen without any damage or use - not a scratch or ding, only a small spot of manufacturing issue with the glaze on one side, but most importantly not a single chip or ding, touch-up or repair. It is truly a delight to find one of these and many in the collecting community will be pleased to find a piece of Becky's advanced Harlequin pottery on the market.

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Spruce Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin novelty creamer is basically a miniature version of the Harlequin ball jug, just with the band of concentric rings moved up from the base to the belly instead. One of the few pieces Homer Laughlin produced that could be considered a miniature. The novelty creamer is found in all twelve Harlequin colors. This example in original Harlequin Spruce glaze is in excellent condition with no damage and a nice even glaze that is hard to find on this early, first few years of the Harlequin pottery. Measures nearly 5" tall, x 5" wide.

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 Vintage Harlequin Individual Creamer in Turquoise: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Individual Toy Creamer in Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1939-1942: The toy creamer was only made for a few years, dipped in the harlequin colors, it is one of only a few pieces of Homer Laughlin pottery that could be considered a miniature. Stands 2 1/4" high and holds the perfect amount of cream to delight your guests or special youngsters.

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Harlequin Demitasse Cup Saucer Set Mauve Blue Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Demitasse Cup & Sauce Set in Original Mauve Blue »

Circa 1939-1942: The teacup may have been the second piece Frederick Rhead designed for the Harlequin line, establishing the angular handles, art deco draping and placement of concentric rings. With these elements it would have been easy for Arthur Kraft to adapt them into a smaller version for the demitasse cup and saucer set. The cup measues a mere 2" high!

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Chartreuse Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Cup & Saucer Set in Original Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1950-1959: Chartreuse glaze seems to radiate with an internal glow (with more yellow than the other green Homer Laughlin glazes, it seems sunnier and brighter than all the others). Reminisent of jadeite glassware, the color is spectacular and the art-deco form is divine. Chartreuse remains one of the most popular and sought after colors.

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 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Spruce Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: The Harlequin double egg cup is a delightful piece that seems to defy physics with its wide flaring top and it's small pedistal base. One of the great Harlequin pieces that come in all twelve vintage colors.

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 Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Light Green: Homer Laughlin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Art Deco

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Original Light Green Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: Served with the egg atop the smaller s4ide, flipped and eated in the larger cup, the Harlequin double egg cup towers nearly 4" tall and is a delightful piece to mix in with your solid colored tableware collection. Dipped in twelve colors, shown here in original Light Green.

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 Vintage Harlequin Single Egg Cup in Turquoise: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Single Egg Cup in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1942: Found in eight of the original Harlequin colors, the single egg cup is a novelty amoung the pottery line. One of the only pieces without the tell-tale decorated rings, the piece harkens to the plainware being produced simultaneously in the California solid-colored dinnerware lines. Made for a scant four years, the single egg cup is not easy to find. Adorable at 2 1/2" tall, this example in turquoise is in excellent condition without use or damage.

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Harlequin Pottery Mauve Covered Casserole: Pottery for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: Harlequin covered casserole is a piece to love. Triangular handles adorn the sides and top along with subtle scalloped accents and the famous band of concentric rings. Measures nearly 10" across.

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Rare Harlequin Pottery Marmalade in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Marmalade in Original Harlequin Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1941: The marmalade is a great example of the more unusual holloware pieces from the line. Hand applied, art-deco inspired, handles adorn the top of a simple, conical body. One of the first five pieces dropped from production, the vintage Harlequin pottery marmalade is a collectors dream.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Maroon Nut Dish 40s 50s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Basketweave Nut Dish in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1938-1941: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that coers the inside is associated with the Japanese Marutomo dish. The nut bowl was adopted and began production in March of 1938...

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 Vintage Harlequin Rare Medium Green 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Vintage Harlequin0 22-ounce Jug
in Rare Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959: The variety of pitchers that Frederick Rhead designed and produced for Homer Laughlin is really impressive. This incredibly rare medium green version of a milk jug for the Harlequin line, referred to as the 22 ounce jug, was discontinued in 1959, the same year the medium green glaze was introduced, thus making it one of the rarest items in the Harlequin line! The jutting handle and spout nearly double its width and the restrained decoration are superb. This 22 oz. jug in original medium green is in perfect condition with a fantastic, rich, even glaze with absolutely no chips, cracks, repairs, or touch-ups, scratches or damage. Measures: 5" tall by 6 1/2" wide when including the great, angular, art-deco handle.

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Harlequin Service Water Pitcher: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Online Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Water Ball Jug in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa: 1940-1959. Sometimes reffered to as the "ball jug". The Harlequin ball jug is a fabulous piece with its distinctive, trademark rings around the base. Turquoise Harlequin makes a great transition between the different solid colored dinnerware lines of Fiesta, Riviera, Harlequin and even other potters.

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Maroon Harlequin Service Water Pitcher: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Water Ball Jug in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1938-1941: Maroon Harlequin will prove to be one of the hardest of all the Harlequin colors to collect (with the exception of course of medium green and an occasional light green piece). This example is a hard to find treat for the collector.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green 10 inch Dinner Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 10 " Dinner Plate in Original Medium Green »

Circa 1959-1965: The plate was the first piece designed by creator Frederik Rhead as he set out to develop a solid color, mix-n-match pottery line at the request of the five-and-dime giant of the time, Woolworth's. This example of the hard to find large 10" Dinner Size Plate, in the Medium Green glaze is in unused condition, without a scratch or spot of use.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green Salad Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 9 " Plate in Original Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959-1965: The plate was the first piece designed by creator Frederik Rhead as he set out to develop a solid color, mix-n-match pottery line at the request of the five-and-dime giant of the time, Woolworth's. Measures 9 1/4" x 7/8".

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green Salad Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 7 " Plate in Original Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959-1965: The plate was the first piece designed by creator Frederik Rhead as he set out to develop a solid color, mix-n-match pottery line at the request of the five-and-dime giant of the time, Woolworth's. This example, in the Medium Green glaze is in unused condition, without a scratch or spot of use.

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Medium Green Fiesta 7 inch Plate Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 6" Plate in Original Medium Green »

Circa 1959-1965: The plate was the first piece designed by creator Frederik Rhead as he set out to develop a solid color, mix-n-match pottery line at the request of the five-and-dime giant of the time, Woolworth's. This example, in the Medium Green glaze is in unused condition, without a scratch or spot of use.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery '50s Chartreuse Deep Plate

Vintage Harlequin Deep Plate in Original '50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The deep plate was part of the original 16 piece Harlequin line and was obviously a cornerstone of the line as it was never dropped from production. The perfect soup bowl, the deep plate in the popular vintage '50s Chartreuse glaze is wonderful to find in unused condition without a scratch, like this one from the advanced collection of Becky Turner (with seal on back). Without a scratch or any damage, the glaze is perfect without issue —From the Becky Turner Collection. Meassures 8 1/2"w x 1 1/2"h

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Mauve Vintage Harlequin 36s Bowl 30s 40s Homer Laughlin American Dinnerware Solid Color Mix-n-Match

Vintage Harlequin 11 1/2" Platter
in Original Maroon Glaze »

Circa 1936-1941: Introduced in 1936, Maroon is a daring glaze, deeper and richer than most early vintage colors. Prone to uneven glaze application, it is always a pleasure to find the original rich Maroon well applied and in excellent condition. The 11 inch platter was part of the original line, released in 1936.

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chartreuse harlequin large 13 inch platter 50s homer laughlin pottery

Vintage Harlequin 13" Platter
in Original 50s Chartreuse Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: By the time the '50s rolled around the solid color mix-n-match tableware craze was being replaced by more modern design. Homer Laughlin responded by introducing a new palette of color— the 50s chartreuse, dark forest green, gray and rose. It was a stunning change and one that still seems fresh today. The chartreuse green remains the most desirable of the four today and it is a delight to find it here, on one of the largest pieces of vintage Harlequin pottery, the 13" platter.

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Yellow Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1938-1959: The novelty creamer is basically a miniature version of the ball jug, just with the band of concentric rings moved up from the base to the belly instead. One of the few pieces Homer Laughlin produced that could be considered a miniature.

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Yellow Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer in Original Mauve Blue Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: The novelty creamer is basically a miniature version of the ball jug, just with the band of concentric rings moved up from the base to the belly instead. One of the few pieces Homer Laughlin produced that could be considered a miniature.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Original 50s Forest Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Nappy Bowl in Original 50s Forest Green Glaze »

Circa 1951-1959: The vintage Harlequin nappy bowl seems much larger than its sister version in the Fiesta line. The Harlequin bowl flares out, opening up and seeming much larger than the Fiesta version of the 8 1/2" nappy bowl. Thinner, lighter, and more delicate all around, collectors will delight in finding the large Harlequin nappy bowl in the harder to find 50s colors, especially in great condition.

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Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1939-1959: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. With its sleek art deco lines, the sauce boat, produced in all twelve original glazes, was a welcome and lasting addition to the Harlequin line. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

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Vintage 50s Dark Forest Green Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Sauce Boat in Original Spruce Glaze »

Circa 1938-1942: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. The sauce boat features nearly a one pint capacity and measures 3" in height and 8 1/2" in width.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original 40s Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Salt & Pepper Shakers in Original 40s Rose Glaze »

Circa 1941-1959: The vintage Harlequin pottery shaker was designed by Frederick Rhead early in 1936, before the pottery line had been named or taken on an identity. The salt and pepper shaker is a staple in a potteries foundation, and it is no surprise that they would have been among the first pieces to take shape.

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Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Gray Glaze with Donkey Holder

Vintage Harlequin Salt & Pepper Shakers in Original 50s Gray with Donkey Holder »

Circa 1950-1959: The vintage Harlequin pottery shaker was designed by Frederick Rhead early in 1936, before the pottery line had been named or taken on an identity. The salt and pepper shaker is a staple in a potteries foundation, and it is no surprise that they would have been among the first pieces to take shape. This example in original 50s gray glaze is in excellent condition, without any damage or use and comes as an ensemble with the donkey holder.

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Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Sugar & Creamer Set in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1940-1959: Homer Laughlin began producing Harlequin in the late 30s for the Woolworth five and dime stores. The sugar bowl was the eighth piece designed for the relatively large line. Produced for 27 years the sugar bowl underwent various modifications. This example of the set in the 50s gray glaze is in excellent condition without use, damage, wear, scratches or any issues.

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Harlequin Pottery Red Syrup: Radioactive, Original, Rare, Hard to Find Homer Laughlin For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Syrup
in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940: Harlequin syrups were produced for as little as 18 months and are extremely hard to find in any color. It is found only in yellow, blue, spruce and red. Examples should have the drip-cut lid, as this one does, and will stand nearly 6" tall by 3 1/2" wide.

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Vintage Harlequin Teapot in Medium Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Teapot in Original Medium Green Glaze »

Circa 1959: The scarcity of the Homer Laughlin 60s Medium Green glaze on Harlequin pieces is strong enough, but on the teapot it is truly rare. The Harlequin Teapot was discontinued in 1959, the same year the Medium Green glaze was released, making this glaze on this shape a rare find. The Harlequin teapot itself is already one of the finest and showiest pieces of the whole vintage line, and at 10"w from handle to spout and over 6" tall from base to top, it is also one of the largest pieces of holloware made.

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Original Gray Harlequin Pottery Teapot | Homer Laughlin | Fiesta | For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Teapot in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1940-1943: The Harlequin teapot has it all, the design elements are just a showcase of the best the line has to offer. Much harder to find Harlequin in the red glaze, such as this piece in spectacular condition...

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