Saturday, May 4, 2013

SHAPES AND COLORS INDEX PAGE



The definitive guide to all things Fiesta is the book published by the HLCCA
(Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association) in 2000.
You may purchase the book through the non-profit's website:
Fiesta, Harlequin, and Kitchen Kraft Dinnerwares : The Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association Guide

Comments and corrections are always welcome!

A compilation of SHAPES and COLORS of VINTAGE FIESTA dinnerware from my collection.

8 comments:

  1. Candy, thank you for this section. I like seeing the vintage shapes at a glance and it is fun to see how many have been reproduced in p86 Fiesta.

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  2. Thanks Janet, and you are very welcome. I added a few more pieces today and will continue to grab additional shapes and colors to the list, :-)

    Candy

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  3. I could just gaze upon fiesta ware all day! Thanks...

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  4. Wow. Just wow. I began collecting Fiesta back in the early '90's, but my initial collection met an early death during a move! Your collection is truly wonderful!

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  5. Too bad about your dishes. :(

    Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon.

    Candy

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  6. i work in a retail envirnment. Fiesta is selling at a furious pace and we keep ordering more and more. It was interesting seeing the old shapes and colors. our customers often talk about their older fiesta pieces. now i can put a visual with the name of the piece. thanks.

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  7. Fiesta continues to have a big draw from homemakers, 75 years old and still going strong!

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