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Three-piece Fluted Casserole by Homer Laughlin
In February 1934, Frederick Rhead's art department at Homer Laughlin created a special three-piece fluted casserole. Unfortunately, it did not go into production. The parts consist of:
  1. Model number 193, the fluted casserole base with lug handles
  2. Model number 194, the casserole lid which doubled as a pie plate
  3. Model number 195, the divided nappie which fit inside the base
Shown below are two examples of the fluted casserole in the OvenServe ivory and orange glazes. They are from the collection of the Fiesta® Tableware Company.

The major difference between the two is the ivory example has a triangle finial on the divided nappie whereas the orange version has a three-pronged finial.


Fluted casserole, complete in ivory.

Base with nappie, triangle finial

Base only

Pie plate lid combo

Bottom of the base



Fluted casserole, complete in orange.

Base with nappie, three-pronged finial

Base only

Pie plate lid combo

Bottom of the base

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