tablecloth, milk pitcher and the 1942 lyrics to "Rosie The Riveter"
"K" is for my KITCHEN where The Little Round Table struts its stuff!
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These were produced for the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association and were inspired by the polka dot bandana of Rosie the Riveter. The 2010 exclusive pitcher design celebrates the year 1942 with "Rosie the Riveter." The pitcher is produced in white and it is decorated in seven glazes. Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of the United States, representing millions of American women who traded their aprons for overalls during World War II, many of whom worked in factories and manufacturing plants that produced munitions and war supplies. Limited edition of 300 available only to members.
Here are the "Dots" making their first appearance on TLRT.
Shown on a vintage cloth with White Fiesta berry bowls, Cambridge patterned flatware, red tumblers and napkins from Home Goods, Blue Hobnail from Anthropologie. The contemporary Sapphire Fiesta pieces shown were not officially produced so are rare.
Vintage Homer Laughlin Christmas milk pitcher.
Thanks so much for coming by again this week, check out the rest of this month's holiday tablescapes via the link at the top of the sidebar!