Hi Kelsey!Great pictures! The Western china is especially familiar because my grandfather used to use that same western pattern by Homer Laughlin. I have several cereal bowls, plates, sugar bowls, and platters. Are you interested in buying more, or do you know someone who would like to buy some pieces? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! Crista Green
I have 8 Of the first made Fred Roberts divided Chuck wagon plates. I am interested in selling them....Any ideas? Contact Chance @ 386-308-7207
i came across a 20 x 15 chuck wagon platter. it has a few chips. is it worth anything?
HowdyI can clear up a mystery the creamer and sugar set shown in your pictures came from an western museum and small theme park located in Michigan. They were sold in the gift shop. The park was owned by my family. It opened in 1965 and closed 1995. I wonder if you might be interested in selling them 100s were sold but once they were gone, they were gone. I didn't think about it then but I would like to have a set for the family . The name of the park was Stagecoach Stop and was located in the Irish Hills of South East Michigan. I can be contacted at email@example.com
I am interested if anyone has any of the Homer Laughlin western pattern dishes for sale? Please let me know. Amanda from Texas
Would love to hear from you!