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Vintage Harlequin Solid Color Dinnerware by Homer Laughlin for Woolworth's | Circa 1936-1965

Homer Laughlin launched their Vintage 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, America's 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, Harlequin Yellow, and Mauve Blue. The Harlequin dinnerware line would enjoy great popularity and would be made in twelve colors and over forty shapes.

Animals— Cat, Donkey, Duck, Fish, Lamb and Penguine

Harlequin Animal Novelty Yellow Cat Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

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Harlequin Yellow Cat Novelty Animal »

Circa 1939-1940: The Harlequin Cat maybe the most popular of all the novelty animals produced with it's whimisical pose and fantastic modeling. This example in the bright and sunny Harlequin yellow is in excellent condition without damage or flaws.

For Sale: $245

Harlequin Animal Novelty Mauve Blue Lamb Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

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Harlequin Mauve Blue Lamb Novelty Animal »

Circa 1939-1940: Produced for less than a year, the small figurine novelties that Homer Laughlin made 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 miniatures can add a delighful personality to your collection. This example of the lamb dipped in Harlequin mauve blue is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $245

Harlequin Animal Novelty Maroon Penguine Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

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Harlequin Maroon Penguin Novelty Animal »

Circa 1939-1940: The whimsical charm of the miniature figurines made by the Homer Laughlin China Company exclusively for the Woolworth's five and dime stores is undeniable. The modeling details involved produce a highly charming novelty item that is unique to the pottery line.

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Harlequin Animal Novelty Maroon Duck Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Maroon Duck Novelty Figurine »

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 Maroon Glaze is in perfect condition, without damage, use or flaws.

For Sale: $245

Harlequin Animal Novelty Yellow Duck Homer Laughlin Pottery for Woolworths

Vintage Yellow Duck Novelty Figurine »

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. This example of the duck dipped in Harlequin Yellow is in perfect condition, without damage.

For Sale: $245

Ashtrays— Basketweave

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Original 40s Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Rose Basketweave Ashtray »

Circa 1939-1959: Rose glaze was added to the Harlequin line as early as 1940, making its way onto Homer Laughlin pottery shapes long before the release of the '50s colors where it was used with the Fiesta refreshed palette.

For Sale: $175

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Basketweave Ashtray »

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

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Basketweave Ashtray »

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: $125

Ashtrays— Saucer

red vintage harlequin saucer ashtray made for woolworths dinnerware line by homer laughlin

Vintage Harlequin Red Saucer Ashtray and Cup Set »

September 1939-Late 1942: Produced for less than three years in the original Fiesta red glaze, the Harelquin cup and saucer ashtray is quite the novel set.

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Bowls— 36s

Turquoise Harlequin 36s bowl for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Turquoise 36s Bowl »

Circa 1939-1959: Even though I've collected dinnerware for over 25 years, I have no explaination for why the Harlequin 36s bowl is so darn hard to find. It does have the distinction of being the last piece added to the line, so perhaps it was made in far less quantaties as other pieces as the potteries popularity declined?

For Sale: $35

Bowls— Oatmeal

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Oatmeal Bowl »

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 Turquoise Oatmeal Bowl »

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

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Oatmeal Bowl »

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.

For Sale: $50

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Rose Oatmeal Bowl »

Circa 1940-1951: The Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl was produced for 19 years and made in all twelve original Harlequin colors. This example in the original rose glaze is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $40

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Gray Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Oatmeal Bowl »

Circa 1951-1959: Modeled after the Fruit & Nappy Bowl, it shares a rolled top and same proportional design. This example in the original gray glaze is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $55

Harlequin Pottery Oatmeal Bowl in Original Chartreuse Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Medium Green Oatmeal Bowl »

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

Bowls— Oval Baker

Yellow Harlequin oval baker bowl for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Oval Baker »

Circa 1936-1945: One of two serving bowls in Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line, the oval baker was discontinued before the 1950s colors and will only be found in 8 original Harlequin colors. This example in yellow is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $50

Bowls— Cream Soup

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Cream Soup Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze 1930s Art Deco Dinnerware

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1938-1940: The maroon glaze was a unique and dramtic color that was discontinued early. The cream soup bowl was introduced in 1938 and was only made in maroon for a few short years, making this a hard to find item.

For Sale: $85

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

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1938-1940: Like maroon, the spruce glaze was also discontinued shortly after the cream soup bowl was released making examples of this shape in the fantastic spruce green another hard to find shape in the early color. This example is excellent.

For Sale: $85

vintage harlequin dinnerware mauve blue cream soup bowl made from 1938-1951 for woolworths stores

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1938-1951: The Harlequin mauve blue glaze was one of the four original colors released in late 1936 and was popular enough to continue in production until 1951. This example is an excellent example of both the color and the piece without damage or use.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Yellow Cream Soup Bowl 1940s 1950s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1938-1959: A slightly brighter yellow was used for the Woolworth's line and it mixes and matches so well with all eleven of the other Harlequin colors. One of the longest running colors for all the solid color pottery lines, the yellow is a cornerstone glaze and this example is a wonderful way to showcase both the piece and the color.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Cream Soup Bowl in Original Red Glaze 30s Art Deco Dinnerware

Vintage Harlequin Red Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1940-1942: The Harlequin cream soup bowl in the red glaze was only produced for a little over two years making it a hard to find piece, especially in excellent condition like this example.

For Sale: $85

Vintage Harlequin Dinnerware For Sale Turquoise Cream Soup Bowl 1940s 1950s Pottery

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1940-1959: The turquoise glaze that was originally used in the fiestaware line was introduced onto the Harlequin shapes in 1941. Collectors can enjoy mixing and matching the great turquoise colors across both lines. This example is excellent.

For Sale: $75

Original green vintage harlequin cream soup bowl made from 1942-1951 by Homer Laughlin for Woolworths dinnerware line

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1942-1951: The classic original green color looks great on the Harlequin cream soup bowl and this example has an excellent glaze and is without damage or signs of use.

For Sale: $75

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

Vintage Harlequin Rose Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1940-1959: Whether you are mixing and matching across pottery lines or color ensembles, the rose color is a delightful and sophisticated color that looks great on the Harlequin cream soup bowl. This example is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $75

1950s gray vintage harlequin cream soup bowl for sale mid century fiestaware colored dinnerware

1950s Harlequin Gray Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1950-1959: With production down and popularity wanning, the mid-century pieces of Harlequin are harder to find than many of the other colors. This example is in excellent condition without damage or signs of use.

For Sale: $75

mid century 1950s vintage harlequin forest green cream soup bowl for sale

1950s Harlequin Forest Green Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1950-1959: Collectors will appreciate the harder to find mid-century colors, like the dramatic forest green glaze, on the classic Harlequin pieces. The cream soup bowl remains one of the most desirable pieces and this example in dark forest green is in excellent condition without damage or signs of use.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Cream Soup Bowl in Original Chartreuse Glaze 1950s mid century Dinnerware

1950s Harlequin Chartreuse Cream Soup Bowl »

Circa 1950-1959: During the 1950s the same four colors introduced in the fiestaware line were used for the Woolworth's Harlequin line. This mid-century palette was produced in less quantities as popularity began to wane, making the 1950s color examples harder to find. This example of the Chartreuse glazed Harlequin cream soup bowl is in excellent condition without signs of damage or use.

For Sale: $85

Bowls— Fruit

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green Fruit Bowl For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Medium Green Fruit Bowl »

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.

For Sale: $75

Red Harlequin Fruit Bowl for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Red Pottery Fruit Bowl »

Circa 1940-1942: The popular and more expensive to produce red glaze was discontinued early when the uranium needed for the color formulation was restricted during WWII.

For Sale: $35

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Fruit Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Pottery Fruit Bowl »

Circa 1936-1959: The bright and sunny Harlequin yellow is lighter and more vibrant than the fiesta pottery lines yellow. Released with the maroon, spruce and blue (mauve), the unique color combination is a delight.

For Sale: $20

Bowls— Individual Salad

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Individual Salad Bowl made from 1939-1951 for woolworths stores

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1939-1950: The Harlequin blue glaze was one of the four original colors and was kept in production for a full decade after the first colors were dropped. An ever popular color not found in the original fiestaware line.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Yellow Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1939-1940:The Harlequin salad bowl was originally slated for the Fiesta line, but was modeled for the Harlequin line instead. Eventually inside rings would be added and the individual salad would be the last piece added to the fiesta line. Fortunately the great bowl was being made for 20 years in the Harlequin colors.

For Sale: $125

original red vintage harlequin dinnerware individual salad bowl

Vintage Harlequin Red Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1938-1942: 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: $145

Harlequin Fiesta Light Green Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1942-1950: The Harlequin salad bowl was originally slated for the Fiesta line, but was modeled for the Harlequin line instead. Eventually inside rings would be added and the individual salad would be the last piece added to the fiesta line. Fortunately the great bowl was being made for 20 years in the Harlequin colors.

For Sale: $145

Vintage Harlequin Rose Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Rose Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1940-1951: The Harlequin salad bowl was originally slated for the Fiesta line, but was modeled for the Harlequin line instead. Eventually inside rings would be added and the individual salad would be the last piece added to the fiesta line. Fortunately the great bowl was being made for 20 years in the Harlequin colors.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Turquoise Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1940-1959: Fiesta collectors can easily add the turquoise Harlequin in their mix and match ensembles. This version is precursor to the fiesta individual salad bowl.

For Sale: $115

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Individual Salad Bowl »

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: $145

Harlequin Gray Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Individual Salad Bowl »

Circa 1951-1959: One of half a dozen new items added to the Harlequin line near the end of 1939, the individual salad bowl was only in production for a year before the original maroon glaze was discontinued, making this example one of the hardest colors to find this fantastic piece in.

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Gray Individual Salad Bowl

Vintage Harlequin Individual Salad Bowl in Original 1950s Gray »

Circa 1951-1959: One of half a dozen new items added to the Harlequin line near the end of 1939, the individual salad bowl was only in production for a year before the original maroon glaze was discontinued, making this example one of the hardest colors to find this fantastic piece in.

For Sale: $145

Bowls— Round Vegetable Nappie

Harlequin Pottery round vegetable Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1939-1959: It's always a thrill to find vintage dishes with their original price tags, labels and boxes and this Harlequin yellow example boasts its original 30 cents foil sticker. Obviously unused, this is a great novelty piece for the advanced collector.

For Sale: $125

Harlequin Pottery round vegetable Bowl in Original Mauve Blue Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1939-1950: The round vegetable nappy bowl was one of two serving bowls produced for Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line. A generous 8 3/4" wide, the bowl has a commanding presence.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Original Spruce Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1936-1942: The spruce glaze was one of the original four glazes developed for the Harlequin pottery line, the others being maroon, Harlequin blue (mauve) and harlequin yellow. Discontinued between 1940-1942, collectors will cherish finding such excellent early examples of the harlequin pottery in the original four glazes.

For Sale: $85

vintage Harlequin maroon large round nappie vegetable bowl

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Vintage Harlequin Maroon Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1936-1941: The maroon glaze was one of the original four glazes developed for the Harlequin pottery line. Discontinued by the end of 1941, collectors will cherish finding the original Harlequin dinnerware pieces in the original maroon.

For Sale: $85

Harlequin VIntage 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in 40s Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Round Vegetable Bowl »

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

Harlequin Pottery round vegetable Bowl in Original Radioactive Red Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Red Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1940-1942: The piece was part of the original Harlequin line, but red was not used on the shape until late in 1939 and then red was discontinued by the end of 1942, so this piece in this color was only made for a little over two years.

For Sale: $110

Vintage Harlequin Fiestaware Bowl in Original Green Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1936-1951: 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

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Round Vegetable Bowl »

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" nappie bowl. Thinner, lighter, and more delicate all around, collectors will delight in finding the large Harlequin nappy bowl in great condition.

For Sale: $75

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

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1951-1959: The vintage Harlequin nappie 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.

For Sale: $85

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

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Round Vegetable Bowl »

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: $75

Harlequin VIntage 9 Inch Nappy Bowl in Rose Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Rose Round Vegetable Bowl »

Circa 1940-1951: 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

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

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Round Vegetable Bowl »

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" nappie was released in 1936 and ran a full 20 years in production.

For Sale: $85

Butter— 1/2 lb. Lidded

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

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Vintage Harlequin Rose Half-Pound Butter Dish »

Circa 1941-1948: 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...

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Casserole— Covered

vintage Harlequin maroon lidded casserole for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Maroon Covered Casserole »

Circa 1936-1941: 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 maroon being in high demand as it was discontinued first.

For Sale: $325

vintage harlequin dinnerware covered casserole in mauve blue color for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Casserole »

Circa 1936-1951: Harlequin Blue (nicknamed mauve in the collectors community) is a unique color that mixes and matches so well with other vintage pottery colors. Add the great color to the unique covered casserole shape and you have a stand out piece for the collection.

For Sale: $265

vintage harlequin dinnerware yellow covered casserole for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Casserole »

Circa: 1936-1959: The lidded casserole stands out as one of the largest pieces from the famous Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line. The art deco inspired triangular handles, supported on a cascading shape of triple stacked tiers are surronded by bands and bands of rings.

For Sale: $245

1940s Rose Vintage Harlequin Covered Casserole for Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Rose Casserole »

Circa 1941-1951: The sophisticated 1940s Harlequin rose colored glaze is a great color to enjoy the fancily designed original Harlequin covered casserole.

For Sale: $265

Red vintage Harlequin dinnerware casserole with lid for sale. Made from 1940-1942 by Homer Laughlin China Company out of Newell West Virginia for Woolworths Department Stores

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Vintage Harlequin Red Covered Casserole »

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: $275

chartreuse vintage Harlequin dinnerware lidded casserole

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Casserole »

Circa 1951-1959: Collectors will appreciate finding the 1950s colors like this spectacular Chartreuse glaze on the vintage Harlquin dinnerware shapes.

For Sale: $275

Vintage Harlequin Dinnerware 1950s Gray Casserole

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Casserole »

Circa 1951-1959: Collectors will appreciate finding the 1950s colors like this spectacular gray glazed version on the Harlquin dinnerware shapes.

For Sale: $265

vintage harlequin original green covered casserole

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Casserole »

Circa: 1936-1959: It's always a delight to find the original vintage fiesta light green glaze on the harlequin shapes.

For Sale: $225

Creamers— Individual Toy

mauve blue vintage harlequin individual toy creamer

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Individual Toy Creamer »

Circa 1939-1950: The smallest of three creamers designed for the Harlequin line, the individual toy creamer can be found in 8 colors and is a delight dipped in Harlequin's blue glaze. Measures just over 2" tall.

For Sale: $65

 Vintage Homer Laughlin Woolworths Toy Individual Creamer in Original Maroon Glaze for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Individual Toy Creamer »

Circa 1939-1941: Part of the third expansion to the Woolworth's Harlequin line, the tiny individual creamer wouldn't be produced long in maroon and spruce.

For Sale: $75

 Vintage Homer Laughlin Woolworths Toy Individual Creamer in Original Yellow Glaze for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Individual Toy Creamer »

Circa 1939-1942: Only made for a few years, these small individual creamers are a delight to add to your collection. Harlequin yellow glaze is a brighter and more vibrant version than the fiesta yellow.

For Sale: $50

red harlequin individual toy creamer homer laughlin pottery

Vintage Harlequin Red Individual Toy Creamer »

Circa 1939-1942: Only made for a few years, the tiny individual creamer is fun to mix and match in your favorite colors, like this example in the original fiesta red glaze.

For Sale: $65

turquoise harlequin individual toy creamer homer laughlin pottery

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Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Individual Toy Creamer »

Circa 1939-1942: Only made for a few years, the tiny individual creamer is fun to mix and match in your favorite colors, like this example in the original fiesta turquoise glaze.

For Sale: $65

Creamer— Novelty Ball

vintage harlequin maroon novelty ball creamer for sale

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Novelty Ball Creamer »

Circa 1939-1941: The Harlequin novelty creamer is basically a miniature version of the Harlequin ball jug, but with the band of concentric rings moved up from the base to the belly. This example in original maroon glaze is in excellent condition with no damage and a nice even glaze which is hard to find on this early Harlequin pottery.

For Sale: $125

Blue Vintage Harlequin Novelty Ball Creamer

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Novelty Ball Creamer »

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.

For Sale: $75

red harlequin novelty creamer

Vintage Harlequin Red Novelty Ball Creamer »

Circa 1939-1942: Made for only a few scant years before the red glaze was discontinued due to restrictions on the uranium needed for the glaze formula.

For Sale: $75

Turquoise Vintage Harlequin Novelty Creamer Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Novelty Ball Creamer »

Circa 1939-1959: The Harlequin novelty creamer is, standing proudly at nearly 5" tall, this little version of the Harlequin ball jug is a delight, with its band of concentric rings centered on its bulbous belly. Designed by Frederick Rhead and released for production for Woolworths at the beginning of 1939, the novelty ball creamer enjoyed 20 years of popularity.

For Sale: $75

Rose Vintage Harlequin Novelty Ball Creamer For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Rose Novelty Ball Creamer »

Circa 1941-1951: The rose glaze accentuates the subtle band of concentric rings that wrap around and decorate the middle of the novelty ball creamer.

For Sale: $80

Creamer— Regular

red vintage harelquin regular creamer for sale

Vintage Harlequin Red Individual Creamer »

Circa 1939-1942: The Harlequin creamer was one of the few pieces in the line that was modified. The high-lip version was redesigned and the lip folded inwards. Examples in the red glaze would have been discontinuedby the end of '42. Measures an impressive 6 3/8" w x 2 5/8"h.

For Sale: $65

Cup and Saucer— Demitasse Set

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Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Demitasse Set »

Circa October 1939-1941: Made for just over two years in the original two Harlequin colors of Spruce Green and Mauve, the demitasse cup and saucer set will be another hard to find item in these early colors.

For Sale: $175

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Demitasse Set »

Circa 1939-1951: 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: $165

Vintage Harlequin Original Green Demitasse Set »

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: $165

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Demitasse Set »

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: $145

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Demitasse Set »

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: $145

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Demitasse Set »

Circa 1951-1959: 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: $175

Cup and Saucer— Tea

Medium Green Vintage Harlequin Pottery Teacup and Saucer Set

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Harlequin Medium Green Teacup & Saucer »

Circa 1960-1965: Harlequin pieces in the medium green glaze are a treat to find. The final color was made in far fewer quantities than many of the colors before it.

For Sale: $75

1950s Forest Green Vintage Harlequin Pottery Teacup and Saucer Set

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Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Teacup & Saucer »

Circa 1951-1959: Of the three new colors introduced in the mid 20th century, it will be the dark forest green that will prove hardest to find. This example of the vintage teacup and saucer ensemble is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $70

1950s Gray Vintage Harlequin Pottery Teacup and Saucer Set

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Harlequin 1950s Gray Teacup & Saucer »

Circa 1951-1959: Made in far less quantities than in the 1930s and 1940s, the '50s colors are considered hard to find. This example of the teacup and saucer ensemble in gray glaze is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $65

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Teacup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Teacup and Saucer Set »

Circa 1936-1951: 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: $45

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Yellow Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Teacup and Saucer Set »

Circa 1941-1959: Classic art-deco and stylized Harlequin Cup and Saucer set. Mixing and matching well across all the solid color tableware lines.

For Sale: $45

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Rose Cup and Saucer Set For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Teacup and Saucer Set »

Circa 1940-1951: After the plate, designer Frederick Rhead began working on the sketches for the teacup. It is here, that the Harlequin lines visual elements were born.

For Sale: $45

Egg Cup— Double

 Vintage Harlequin double egg cup in maroon colored glaze for sale

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1936-1941: The Harlequin double egg cup was one of the first 16 pieces released for the original line in 1936. Both ends were designed to be used, the smaller for hard boiled eggs and the larger for poached.

For Sale: $70

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Mauve blue colored glaze for sale

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1936-1950: 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: $70

Vintage Harlequin Double Egg Cup in Yellow Color For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1936-1959: 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.

For Sale: $70

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

Vintage Harlequin Rose Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1940-1951: 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: $60

vintage harlequin dinnerware red double egg cup

Vintage Harlequin Red Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1940-1942: Although the Harlequin egg cup was in production for 23 years, it took 12 colors to span that length of time. The original fiesta red glaze was more expensive to make and examples are limited as the color was phased out by the end of 1942.

For Sale: $110

1950s gray colored glaze vintage harlequin double egg cup for sale

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Double Egg Cup »

Circa 1952-1959: 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

Egg Cup— Single

red harlequin single egg cup

Vintage Harlequin Red Single Egg Cup »

Circa 1940-1942: Vintage fiesta tableware collectors will love mixing and matching pieces from other Homer Laughlin lines in their favorite glazes, such as the original fiesta red on the most unique Harlequin single egg cup.

For Sale: $75

Harlequin Single Egg Cup in Original Yellow Colored Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Single Egg Cup »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin yellow was a brighter, more vibrant yellow than the original Fiesta yellow glaze. The yellow glaze ran the entire length of the Harlquin pottery line, as did the fiesta yellow in that wares line. An ever popular and necessary color, the yellow glaze is delightful.

For Sale: $60

Marmalade Jar— Lidded

Rare Harlequin Pottery Marmalade in Original Yellow Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Marmalade »

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.

SOLD

Nut Dish— Basketweave

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Color Nut Dish For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Basketweave Nut Dish »

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

For Sale: $65

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Color Basketweave Nut Dish For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Maroon Basketweave Nut Dish »

Circa 1938-1941: It is no secret that pottery designer Frederick Rhead borrowed shapes from various places and in his log he notes the nut dish as "ash tray, copy of Japanese tray. Nut Bowl". Production began in the Spring of 1938 and this piece would have been produced in the maroon glaze for a little over three years.

For Sale: $65

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Nut Dish

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Basketweave Nut Dish »

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

For Sale: $40

mauve blue vintage harelquin basketweave nut dish made from 1938-1943

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Basketweave Nut Dish »

Circa 1938-1942: The Harlequin nut dish may perhaps been intended as an individual ashtray. The basketweave pattern that covers 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 Turquoise Color Basketweave Nut Dish For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Basketweave Nut Dish »

Circa 1940-1943: Already in production when the turquoise glaze was released on Harlequin in 1940, the nut dish would then be discontinued three years later making Turquoise examples produced for three years. This example is in excellent condition, without damage or signs of use and a wonderful rich glaze.

For Sale: $65

Pitcher— 22 Ounce Jug

Vintage Harlequin Yellow 22 Ounce Jug »

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: $145

 Vintage Harlequin 1950s Color Gray 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray 22 Ounce Jug »

Circa 1951-1959: One of the boldest and jovial design of them all, with its thin and angular handle, the 22 oz. Harlequin pitcher speaks to an era. This example in the 1950s release of gray was produced in far less quanities than the earlier colors...

For Sale: $175

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

Vintage Harlequin Rose 22 Ounce Jug »

Circa: 1940-1951: 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

Pitcher— Disc Juice

Harlequin Yellow Vintage Fiestaware Disc Juice Pitcher made for the 1940s Fiesta Promotional Campaigns

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Vintage Fiesta Harlequin Yellow Juice Pitcher »

Circa 1940-1942: Harlequin Yellow— More commonly seen in the original Fiesta yellow glaze, it is a suprise and a treat to find the fiesta disc juice pitcher in the bright and sunny Harlequin yellow glaze.

For Sale: $175

Pitcher— Service Water Ball

homer laughlin vintage harlequin dinnerware lines original first color maroon service water ball pitcher

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Vintage Harlequin Maroon Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1941: Maroon (officially Harlequin Red) was one of the first four colors released for the Woolworth's dinnerware line. Showcased on the large ball pitcher the color is a delight to add to your collection.

For Sale: $185

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Service Water Ball Pitcher For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1941: 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: $195

Maroon vintage Harlequin Service Water ball Pitcher for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Service Water Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1950: The Harlequin ball jug was originally designed for the fiestaware line which makes sense when looking at the tell-tale bands of concentric rings which generously adorn the base and bottom of the water pitcher. Modeled after the Hall China's ball jug the piece was eventually used in Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line.

For Sale: $175

yellow vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1959: The bright and vibrant harlequin yellow glaze was one of the original 4 colors released for the famous Woolworth's dinnerware line. Lighter and brighter than the more muted fiesta yellow glaze, the color enjoyed great popularity and continued through the entire fun of the line.

For Sale: $165

fiesta red vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher

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Vintage Harlequin Red Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1942: Originally designed to go with the fiestaware line the harlequin service water pitcher ball jug has a generous band of concentric rings around its bottom, creating a perfect transition between the two great pottery lines. This example in original red is in excellent condition without signs of use or damage.

For Sale: $210

original green fiestaware color vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Original Green Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1942-1952: The original green fiestaware glaze found it's way onto Woolworth's Harlequin tableware line starting around 1942 and played an essential role in the line until 1952 when it was discontinued in place of the 1950s colors.

For Sale: $185

1940s rose colored vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher

Vintage Harlequin Rose Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1940-1950: The rose glazed was released at the beginning of the 1940s, was a stand in for the discontinued red a few years later and then was used on the fiestaware line in the 1950s. The sophisticated, dusty color, is a great compliment to the service water pitcher ball jug.

For Sale: $165 80

1950s gray color vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher for sale

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1951-1959: The vintage Harlequin 1950s colors will prove hard to find as the pottery waned in popularity and less and less was produced.This hard to find 1950s gray vintage Harlequin service water ball pitcher is in excellent condition with no damage.

For Sale: $210

rare fiesta yellow vintage harlequin service water ball pitcher for sale

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Rare Vintage Harlequin Fiesta Yellow Service Water Ball Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1959: Advanced collectors will rejoice when they find non-standard color variations (pieces dipped in colors that they were not intended to be marketed in). This example of the Harlequin ball pitcher is dipped in the original fiesta yellow glaze, making it a rare anomaly.

For Sale: $325

6", 7", 9" 10" Plates and Table Settings

Medium green vintage harlequin 5 piece dinnerware table setting

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Vintage Harlequin Medium Green 5 Piece Table Setting »

Circa 1959-1965: This 5 piece setting includes a 9" plate, 7" plate, fruit bowl and teacup and suacer. Medium green Harlequin is harder to find than medium green Fiesta. Sales were slowing and Woolworth's was phasing out solid color dinnerware.

For Sale: $225

Medium Green Harlequin Dinnerware Bread Plate 6 inch For Sale

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Harlequin Medium Green 6" Bread Plate »

Circa 1960-1965: The Homer Laughlin's Collector Club Association guide to Fiesta, Harlequin and Kitchen Kraft states that medium green Harlequin falls into three categories, scarce, very scarce and very very rare. The modest 6" Harlequin bread plate falls into the very scarce category.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Maroon Bread and Butter Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Maroon 6" Bread Plate »

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: $25

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Chartreuse Salad Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse 7" Salad Plate »

Circa 1951-1959: Introduced in 1951, the Chartreuse glaze belonged to the modern era and the last few colors of the original vintage solid color dinnerware lines from Homer Laughlin. Chartreuse remains one of the most modern and highly collected vintage colors.

For Sale: $30

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Medium Green Salad Plate For Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Medium Green 7 " Salad Plate »

Circa 1960-1965: Not much medium green harlequin was produced. Sales were declining and Woolworths was slowly phasing out the solid colored dinnerware line by the mid 1960s. Excellent condition without signs of use.

For Sale: $65

Medium Green Harlequin Dinnerware Bread Plate 6 inch For Sale

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Harlequin Medium Green 9" Luncheon Plate »

Circa 1960-1965: The Homer Laughlin's Collector Club Association guide to Fiesta, Harlequin and Kitchen Kraft states that medium green Harlequin falls into three categories, scarce, very scarce and very very rare. This example of the scarce medium green harlequin luncheon plate is in excellent condition without signs of use.

For Sale: $70

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Original Green Luncheon Plate For Sale

Vintage Harlequin Original Green 9" Lunch Plate »

Circa 1942-1951: The original green glazed used at Homer Laughlin China Company had already been widely popular on their Vintage Fiesta pottery line for years before they began dipping the Harlequin shapes in their famous color. Collectors will delight in finding their favorite Vintage Fiesta glaze on the Harlequin shapes. This example of the 9" luncheon plate is in excellent condition, without signs of use.

For Sale: $30

Platter— Oval 11"

The 11" oval platter was part of the original line that began production in the fall of 1936. It can be found in all 12 Harlequin colors, but will be hard to find in the 1950s colors and scarce in Forest Green and Medium Green. It measures 11 1/2" long. Two years into successfull sales of the Harlequin dinnerware line, the larger 13" version of the oval platter was produced. It too is hard to find in all '50s colors and especially hard to find in medium green. Both sized platters would be made until 1959.

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green 11" Platter »

Circa 1936-1940: Spruce was one of the first colors discontinued from the Harlequin line. Unique to the Harlequin line, it's a treat to find the early spruce green glaze on the vintage shapes. This example of the oval platter is in excellent, collector quality condition.

For Sale: $115

Vintage Harlequin 1940s Rose Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Rose 11" Platter »

Circa 1940-1950: The wonderfully subtle and sophisticated rose glaze has been unsurpased by any contemporary glazes. The rich yet dusty hue was used in the Harlequin line beginning in the 1940s, a full decade before the color would be used in the Fiesta line.

For Sale: $ 115 75

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Chartreuse 11" Platter »

Circa 1951-1959: Made in far less quantities than in the 1930s and 1940s, the '50s colors are considered hard to find. This example of the 11" oval platter is in excellent, collector quality condition, without signs of use or damage.

For Sale: $135

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Forest Green 11" Platter »

Circa 1951-1959: Forest green is one of the hardest vintage Harlequin dinnerware colors to find. Made in far less quantities than in the 1930s and 1940s, the '50s colors, and especially the dark forest green are treats to find. This example of the 11" oval platter is in excellent, collector quality condition, without signs of use or damage.

For Sale: $135

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Gray 11" Platter »

Circa 1951-1959: Made in far less quantities than in the 1930s and 1940s, the '50s colors are considered hard to find. This example of the 11" oval platter is in excellent, collector quality condition, without signs of use or damage.

For Sale: $125

Vintage Harlequin Medium Green 13 inch Large Oval Platter

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Rare Harlequin Medium Green 11" Platter »

Circa 1959-1960: Harlequin pottery, sold exclusively at Woolworths department store was produced in far less quantities than the vintage Fiesta pottery and even more so later in its life when the last color, Medium Green, was introduced. So finding large pieces of Medium Green, like this 13" platter is a real treat.

For Sale: $475

Platter— Oval 13"

Vintage Harlequin Large 13 inch Mauve Blue Oval Platter

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue 13" Oval Platter »

Circa 1938-1951: The 13" oval platter was the largest piece made in Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line. Harder to find than the 11" version, it makes a commanding presence and is a great way to showcase your favorite colors.

For Sale: $125

chartreuse harlequin large 13 inch platter 50s homer laughlin pottery

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse 13" Platter »

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. The chartreuse green remains the most desirable of the four today and it is a delight to find it here, on the largest piece of vintage Harlequin, the 13" platter.

For Sale: $145

gray harlequin large 13 inch oval platter 1950s homer laughlin pottery

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray 13" Platter »

Circa 1951-1959: The 13" oval platter was the largest piece made for the entire Woolworth's Harlequin dinnerware line. A full 13" long, the platters well is framed with bands of rings that would have been formed in the mold. The back is fully glazed and unmarked, as all original Harlequin was.

For Sale: $145

forest green harlequin large 13 inch oval platter 1950s homer laughlin pottery

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green13" Platter »

Circa 1951-1959: It is a treat to experience the large 13" oval platter in person. It is larger than imagined and is actually the largest piece in the entire Harlequin dinnerware line. It's especially a treat to find this large expanse of a single colored surface in the 1950s colors, add to that the rarity of the dark forest green in virtually scratch free unused condition and you have an exceptional piece of vintage pottery.

For Sale: $145

forest green harlequin large 13 inch oval platter 1950s homer laughlin pottery

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Rare Harlequin Medium Green13" Platter »

Circa 1959-1960: The largest piece of Harlequin is the 13' platter which was discontinued right around the time (1959) that medium green was being issued (1960), so to find this piece in the already rare medium green Harlequin glaze is a rare delight.

For Sale: $475

Tray— Relish

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

Harlequin Relish Tray »

Circa 1940-1942: 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: $895

Sauce Boat— Gravy

Vintage Medium Green Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Medium Green Sauce Boat »

Circa 1959: Considered scarce in medium green, the Harlequin sauce boat was discontinued in 1959, after over 20 years in production, but perhaps only months while medium green was introduced, thus the scarcity.

For Sale: $485

Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Rose Sauce Boat »

Circa 1940-1951: 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 original Green Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Harlequin Original Green Sauce Boat »

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.

For Sale: $75

Vintage 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Sauce Boat »

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 Turquoise Sauce Boat »

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 50s Dark Forest Green Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Sauce Boat »

Circa 1951-1959: 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 50s Rose Harlequin Pottery Sauce Boat

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Charteuse Sauce Boat »

Circa 1951-1959: 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: $75

Harlequin Sauce Boat Original 1950s Gray Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Sauce Boat »

Circa 1951-1959: 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: $75

red harlequin sauce boat

Vintage Harlequin Red Sauce Boat »

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.

For Sale: $85

Shakers— Salt and Pepper

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Mauve Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Salt and Pepper Shakers »

Circa 1936-1956: 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: $85

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Salt and Pepper Shakers »

Circa 1940-1959: 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.

For Sale: $85

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Turquoise Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Salt and Pepper Shakers »

Circa 1940-1959: 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.

For Sale: $85

Vintage Harlequin Red Salt and Pepper Shakers

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Vintage Harlequin Red Salt and Pepper Shakers »

Circa 1940-1942: The red fiestaware glaze would not be used on the harlequin line until the 1940s and then was quickly withdrawn by the end of 1942 making the red Harlequin pieces hard to find. These shakers are an acutual pair with bigger holes for the salt and no damage to either piece.

For Sale: $95

Vintage Harlequin 1940s Rose Salt and Pepper Shakers

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Vintage Harlequin 1940s Rose Salt and Pepper Shakers »

Circa 1940-1950: Homer Laughlin's rose glaze was introduced on it's Woolworth's Harlequin line in 1940. The sophisticated dusty rose looks wonderful on the popular and hard to find Harlequin shakers.

For Sale: $8565

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

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Salt and Pepper Shaker »

Circa 1951-1959: After over a decade of great success at Woolworth's five-n-dimes, Homer Laughlin sales of solid color pottery began to slow down. New colors were introduced in an effort to embrace mid-century styles. Forest green was the cornerstone of the new '50s colors.

For Sale: $95

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original 1950s Gray Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Salt and Pepper Shaker »

Circa 1951-1959: Misty gray was the perfect color to introduce for the mid-century modern age. A soft spoken color that can be mixed and matched into many color ensembles. The '50s colors are hard to find and it's great to discover them on the interesting shapes on the shakers.

For Sale: $95 75

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original 1950s Chartreuse Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Salt and Pepper Shaker »

Circa 1951-1959: Collectors will appreciate how hard it is to find the 1950s colors on the Harlequin line. As far less tableware was produced during the 1950s by Homer Laughlin, the '50s colors show up only occassionally.

For Sale: $95

Sugar Bowl— Lidded

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Maroon Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Maroon Sugar Bowl »

Circa 1936-1941: 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: $125

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Mauve Blue Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Sugar Bowl »

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: $110

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Mid-Century Rose Glaze

Harlequin Rose Sugar Bowl »

Circa 1941-1959: The Harlequin pottery sugar bowl is an exuberance of daring design. Sharp, art-deco inspired handles and knobs leave little room for mishandling. A crisp bottom edge was so prone to nicking. It is always a treat to find these mid century and delicate examples of Homer Laughlin pottery in such nice condition as this vintage rose example.

For Sale: $85

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Bowl in Original Dark Forest Green Glaze

Harlequin Forest Green Sugar Bowl »

Circa 1942-1959: Wonderful Harlequin sugar bowl in excellent condition and fully dipped in the great vintage 50s dark forest green glaze.

For Sale: $85

Sugar Bowl and Creamer— Sets

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Maroon Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Maroon Sugar and Creamer Set »

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: $175

Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Sugar and Creamer Set »

Circa 1936-1941: Three Piece Set— The sugar bowl was the eighth piece designed for the Harlequin. Produced in spruce green until 1941,this example is the earliest version with the rings on the inside bottom of the sugar bowl and a slightly flared, hand-applied foot.

For Sale: $175

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Mauve Blue Glaze

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Sugar and Creamer Set »

Circa 1936-1942: 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: $165

Vintage Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Yellow Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Sugar and Creamer Set »

Circa 1936-1959: Three Piece Set 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 Vintage Fiesta yellow glaze is in excellent condition without use, damage, wear, scratches or any issues.

For Sale: $145

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original Chartreuse Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Chartreuse Sugar and Creamer Set »

Circa 1950-1959: 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 highly popular color of vintage Chartreuse glaze is in excellent condition without use, damage, wear, scratches or any issues.

For Sale: $165

Harlequin Pottery Sugar Creamer Set Original 50s Gray Glaze

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Sugar and Creamer Set »

Circa 1950-1959: 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.

For Sale: $145

Syrup— Pitcher

Harlequin Yellow Syrup Pitcher »

Circa 1938-1940: Produced for as little as 18 months, the Harlequin syrup pitcher is very scarce. This example is reduced because of an old small chip on the base.

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Teapot

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

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Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Teapot »

Circa 1938-1951: 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: $295

yellow vintage harlequin teapot for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Yellow Teapot »

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: $285

turquoise vintage harlequin teapot for sale

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Vintage Harlequin Turquoise Teapot »

Circa 1940-1965: The Harlequin pottery line is more utilitarian than showy so finding the larger holloware pieces like the teapot is a treat. The Harlequin teapot has all the bells and whistles, from the large conical shaped body, the the exaggerated triangular handles to its multitude of bands of concentric rings.

For Sale: $285

Red vintage harlequin teapot made by homer laughlin china company from 1939-1942 for woolworths

Vintage Harlequin Red Teapot »

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...

For Sale: $325

Original Green Harlequin Teapot 30s 40s Homer Laughlin Vintage Dinnerware Woolworths Americana

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Vintage Harlequin Original Green Teapot »

Circa 1942-1951: Collectors of Harlequin pottery love the teapot shape with its great triangular lines and tappering body adorned with concentric rings. Subtle yet powerful design elements, like the very art deco graduating details at the base of the handle and ends of the knob on the lid set this design above the rest.

For Sale: $295

1940s rose vintage harlequin teapot made by homer laughlin china company from 1951-194259 for woolworths

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Vintage Harlequin 1940s Rose Teapot »

Circa 1940-1959: Rose Harlequin pottery was developed and released before the vintage fiesta rose and holds a special place in the hearts of the collectors. Sophisticated and subtle, it is an incomparable color to any modern version. Delightful on the dramatic shape of the Harlequin teapot, this example is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $315

1950s gray color vintage harlequin teapot for sale

Vintage Harlequin 1950s Gray Teapot »

Circa 1950-1959: The art-deco influenced line of Harlequin pottery has it all. This example of the hard to find 50s gray teapot is in excellent condition and will delight the collector with its sophisticated color and bold design. A classic!

For Sale: $275

1950s Forest Green vintage harlequin teapot made by homer laughlin china company from 1951-194259 for woolworths

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Vintage Harlequin 1950s Forest Green Teapot »

Circa 1951-1959: Examples of the Harlequin in the 1950s colors are hard to find as far less quantities were made and collectors will delight in finding the larger holloware pieces, such as the great teapot, in the rarer '50s colors. Forest green glaze remains one of the most sought after and desirable colors of the lines and this example is in excellent condition without damage or signs of use.

For Sale: $345

Tumbler— Water

Vintage Harlequin Water Tumbler in Spruce Green Colored Glaze for Sale

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Vintage Harlequin Spruce Green Water Tumbler »

Circa 1938-1940: Since the tumblers were released over a year after the Harlequin line proved itself popular at Woolworth's five and dime stores, and the original spruce color was discontinued a couple years later, the Harlequin water tumbler in the first glazes will be hard to find. Measures 4 3/8" h x 2 1/4"w.

For Sale: $75

Vintage Harlequin Water Tumbler in Blue Mauve Colored Glaze for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Mauve Blue Water Tumbler »

Circa 1938-1950: Even though the Harlequin blue glaze was one of the original colors of the line, it was not discontinued with the release of the 40s colors, but rather stayed in the line until the 50's colors were released.

For Sale: $65

Vintage Harlequin Water Tumbler in Yellow Colored Glaze for Sale

Vintage Harlequin Yellow Water Tumbler »

Circa 1938-1950: It is worth noting that the Harlequin yellow glaze is brighter than the more muted original yellow Fiesta glaze. Both popular colors, the yellow glazes remained in both lines for the entire production run. Measures 4 3/8" h x 2 1/4"w.

For Sale: $65

Bob Zordani and Heidi Kellner: (217) 714-5016, Lexington, Virginia: heidi@happyheidi.com