Saturday, May 21, 2011

Carnival Dinnerware from Homer Laughlin

Carnival is a lesser known line of Homer Laughlin colored dinnerware.
It was packaged in oats as premiums, along with other lines of dinnerware like
Homer Laughlin's OvenServe kitchen ware.
Thanks for stopping by to see more of my vintage dinnerware.

20 comments:

  1. You have some really nice piece of vintage dinner ware. I was not aware that the Carnival name was associated with Homer Laughlin.

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  2. Oh they're so bright and festive! And I think it's wonderful you have some of the packaging they came in too- such a neat added touch. You could set such a beautiful summer table with all of that. Happy VTT!

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  3. Wow....what beauties! Love the boxes with the china, great!!! Have a great VTT and a wonderful holiday weekend.

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  4. Wish you could get premiums like that today in oatmeal. I love those dishes!

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  5. Beautiful! It's cool that you have the boxes too!

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  6. Wow, they don't give out freebies like they used to. Glad you have the boxes to go along with them.

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  7. I'm speechless! This is so cool! I can't believe you have the original oats boxes.

    Companies should give us prizes like that today! I could use a nice dish set!

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  8. I love your colorful dinnerware. I am amazed that those boxes are still around.

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  9. Nice - and to have the boxes too - well done ;-)

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  10. very colourful dishes.. and I am amazed at the boxes. To think that you still have the boxes are just awesome! thanks for sharing. Happy VTT

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  11. Oh how wonderful! Its fantastic that you have the original boxes that the chinaware came in. Carnival is so lovely-I had no idea it was Homer Laughlin or that it came in oatmeal boxes! My family always eats oatmeal for breakfast in the winter-how great would it be if Carnival still came in the boxes!

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  12. Abosolultly love your colorful dinnerware and the box makes it even more special! Great post.
    Happy 4th,
    Karen

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  13. I didn't realize that Carnival was Homer Laughlin,
    *flicks self on forehead..I have to become more aware of the makers of such beautiful things. Love,love,love these dishes and that you also have some of the boxes.
    I also clicked the photo on your right sidebar to see your kitchen..great goodness,it's beyond gorgeous. It's a dream come true kitchen..
    Happy VTT..have a wonderful weekend..

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  14. What pretty dishes! So festive. In fact, the Carnival dishes remind me of Fiestaware. I have my great grandmother's set.

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  15. What a lovely collection! My everyday dishes are the imitation fiestaware sold at K-mart and Target (25 or so years ago?) until they got sued for copyright infringement! And that was before Fiesta ware was made again.
    I just love all those kinds of dishes.
    Kathy

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  16. Thanks for stopping by to see some more of my vintage dinnerware and for your lovely comments!

    This line of dinnerware is fairly easy to find, although they do tend to show wear and tear more easily than Fiesta, which was also made in the same time frame by Homer Laughlin.

    Hope to see you next week!

    Candy

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  17. Can you imagine pottery like that coming out of packaged food today? These are very sweet dishes and very cool that you have the boxes.

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  18. Hi Candy....

    What fun...to be able to open an oatmeal box and get a pretty dish! Sure wished they would still do that! This was a great post, my friend! I didn't know anything about the Carnival dishes that Homer Laughlin made...now I do! Loved this...thanks so much for sharing it with us for the Sunday Favorites party this week!

    Hope you're having a terrific weekend!
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  19. Thanks ladies, I agree ..... dishes in boxes would be a lovely thing to see come back into fashion. :-)

    Candy

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Thank you for your lovely comments.

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