Set of stream line coffee pot and creamer, stream line, two color: slightly yellowish body, silvery with black patina handles. The set was produced by the Homan Manufacturing Company, USA, 1920s.
The Homan Manufacturing Company has a history dating back to 1847. Henry Homan and Asa F. Flagg formed a partnership in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the manufacture of pewter wares. Homan & Co. pieces were often marked "Flagg & Homan", at that time. After Henry died, his widow and sons ran the firm until 1887. During this period, they changed over a great deal of their production to electroplating with silver and sometimes gold.
In 1896, the firm was listed as the Homan Silver Plate Co., and between 1904 and 1915, they became the Homan Mfg. Co. They were out of business by 1941.
"W.M. Mounts" usually stands for "White Metal Mounts", meaning that the handles, knobs, etc. are made of plated pewter or something similar rather than the brass.
Rates vary per zone/country, we will adjust shipping with the invoice
US: Priority (c 2-4 days) ------- $42.50
Canada: Priority (c 2-7 weeks) -- $49.50
World: Priority (c. 2-8 weeks) -- $74.50
Marked at the bottom "Homan Plate on Nickel Silver W.M. Mounts, Made in USA. Both, pot and creamer have the same embossed number "0613', the coffee pot has an additional mark "2". The pot is c.9.1/2" [c 24.3cm] tall x 7.1/2" [19cm] x 3" [7.5c,]. The creamer is c.4.1/2" [c 10.8cm] x 5" [c 12.7cm] x 2.1/4" [c 5.8cm]. There are some signs of aging, patina, surface wear, overall very good condition. [obpk]