Warman's Fiesta Ware: Identification & Price Guide
The clean design and bright colors of the Fiesta dinnerware line?first introduced by the Homer Laughlin Co. in 1936?caught the fancy of housewives everywhere, revolutionizing the market for tableware in the United States. Though originally offered in just five colors?red, ivory, cobalt blue, yellow, and green?the number and variety of hues blossomed to include turquoise, rose, gray, forest green, chartreuse, and medium green?one of the most popular and valuable. When the Fiesta line was reintroduced in 1986, after a hiatus from 1973 to 1985, collecting interest surged again. The passion for the vintage colors was reignited, and the line's new colors, including periwinkle, cinnabar and sunflower, created a stir amid a new generation of collectors. From the best of the old to the latest and greatest modern colors of the new, Warman's? Fiesta Ware provides comprehensive expert advice and up-to-date pricing for the line that lent distinction to the plainest table. With more than 1,000 eye-appealing photographs, this colorful story is well told by author Mark F. Moran.
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1-2 for colors 1944 and resumed Antique Gold Bowl dimension bowl in Chartreuse bowl in Cobalt bowl in Ivory bowl in Red bowl in Yellow Bowls made later Bud vases Carafe Casualstone chop plate Cobalt Blue comport covered sugar Cream soup cup cup and saucer dancing lady decal Deep plate Degree of Difficulty Demitasse Demitasse cup Dessert bowl disk juice pitcher Disk water pitcher examples was halted Fiesta colors Fiesta Kitchen Kraft Fiesta pieces Fiesta/Made in USA Forest Green fruit bowl halted in 1944 Harlequin Yellow HLCCA Homer Laughlin China Ironstone Jerry mugs Lilac marked Fiesta/HLC USA Medium Green Medium teapot Mixing Bowl Lid nappy ounce Oval platter Persimmon Place setting Produced from 1936 Production of Red Red examples resumed in 1959 Ring-handle creamer rings inside Sauce boat setting with 9 shakers sugar bowl Teacup and saucer Tom & Jerry Turf Green usually marked Fiesta/HLC usually marked Fiesta/Made vintage