Cashmere Teacups by Homer Laughlin, it doesn't get much better.
Say hello to the one of the latest additions to my shop. Even the name of the pattern is lovely, Cashmere. It is one of a few similar patterns produced by Homer Laughlin. My set has four teacups with saucers and a square salad plate to serve tea treats on.
I've come to realize how versatile this type of vintage china is. This photo is just a sample of how different pieces from different collections coordinate so well together. The vase is by Lenox in the nineties, and although the teapot is from the same era as my set it is a different company.
Vintage retro items are fun, but my first and truest dish love is "pretty". It's what I keep the longest and love the most here at our place. Even my sweet little Fenton basket goes good with Cashmere.
This pattern was so popular that Homer Laughlin put it on two different blanks. This teacup is one that I sold last year. The teacups I have now are Georgian while this cup is a Nautilus.
Spring is almost here, and I am definitely ready for some springy pastels and flowers, flowers, flowers.