With the kitchen remodel, I've been unable to do much thrifting -- having to wait around for various workers to arrive, packages to be delivered, and such has left me with little free time to get out of the house. However, on Saturday, my husband came home from his early morning dentist appointment and mentioned that there was an estate sale literally a block from our house! I grabbed my coat, a little cash and flew out the door.
The sale was a bit weak, but I did find these odd little pieces of pottery. The one clearly looks like a creamer, but the other has a handle as if it were a mug, although I am assuming it is a sugar bowl without a lid. I picked them up because they were only 50¢ for the pair and they said Homer Laughlin on the bottom.
Homer Laughlin China Co., which is still in business, is probably best know for its Fiesta Dinnerware, which has been on my mind because I've been thinking about getting Fiestaware for the new kitchen.
I have no idea what pattern these little items could be even though I have searched quite a bit. Does anyone out there know anything about this pattern?