The Harmony House line was made for Sears & Roebuck by a lot of companies including Hall China, Homer Laughlin, Salem China, and Universal. Most of the patterns though were fine china, made in Japan. The name came from In 1940, when Sears introduced the Harmony House brand as an interior-decorating scheme that used four basic colors that could be coordinated with each other. almost anything could be purchased from this line. the line was discontinued in 1968. Some of the patterns sold under this line, Valley Rose, Dawn Grey, Chartreuse, Aquamarine, Wembly, Starlight, Platinum Garland, Dresdania, Mandarin, Blue Bonnet,Betsy Rose, Dogwood and many many more. Pictured is a beautiful fall pattern, cir 1950's, Harmony House Autumn Fantasy number 3903.