Fiesta ware

Fiesta ware

Fiesta was the trademark of a pottery dinnerware made from the mid-1930s to the 1970s and favored by late-twentieth-century collectors.
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The lobby displays at 41 Madison included Daum, which featured two museum reproductions from the Musee du Quai Branly; a table setting by Nikko Ceramics, which has relocated within the building to the 17th floor; and a display by Jay Import, which featured chargers and trays under its licensing agreement with Homer Laughlin, maker of Fiesta ware.
Both old and new Fiesta Ware and Bauer dinnerware - and other fine collectibles - are carried here.
Our radiation monitor is an excellent tool for demonstrating the gamma emissions from orange Fiesta ware, "torbenite" crockery, and radium-painted dials on old military watches and clocks.
At Lady Anne's Antiques, owners Arthur and Donna Raymer will tell you how they renovated their old house and turned it into a shop selling Fiesta ware, vintage linens and lace, and "malted," "swirl," and "speckle" graniteware.
Fiesta ware pieces made for casual buffet-style entertaining debut, including the three-tiered server, in several colorways.
HOMER LAUGHLIN'S FIESTA WARE Bright red continues to dominate Homer Laughlin's ranking of its top-selling Fiesta colors.
Fiesta Ware, that brightly colored, art deco-designed tableware that first appeared on Grandma's table in 1936, is making a comeback.
The remodel also includes all new custom-designed furniture by local designer Greg Kennedy; all new custom flooring; an expanded covered patio; a wall sculpture made of broken Fiesta ware plates set in concrete; additional plasma screen televisions throughout the restaurant; cedar plank siding on most of the walls, with brightly colored accent walls; updated electrical, plumbing and fire alarm infrastructure; upgraded landscaping and irrigation; and a freshly painted exterior with new tile accents.
Beginning here at the International Home & Housewares Show, the company is unveiling limited-edition pieces of its vaunted Fiesta ware.
It's an antique row where you can find anything from a $180 Barbie doll that looks to be from the 1960s, to 1950s uranium-orange Fiesta Ware or craftsman-style furniture.
Wife, Jackie, whom he married in 1990 after a whirlwind, five-week long courtship, was not a collector at first, but after inheriting a piece of vintage Fiesta ware from her grandmother, she, too, has acquired a collector's passion.