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Homer Laughlin Dinnerware, Sunrise 1928. The Sunrise trademark was used exclusively in 1928, 1929 & 1930 by Sears Roebuck to advertise dinnerware. This pattern features colorful apple blossoms/cherry blossoms but did not have a formal name and all pieces have gold trim. The marks on the back indicate the date of 1928 (B represents February, 8 represents 1928, N represents the plant in Newell, WV).
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