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Vintage Fiesta0 Pottery for Sale:
Listed Alphabetically by Piece A-Z | 1936 - 1969

Vintage Fiesta Pottery  Early Variation Ashtray in Original Turquoise for Sale

Vintage Fiesta0 Pottery:
Ashtrays in All Eleven Original Glazes »

Circa 1936-1969: The vintage Fiesta ashtray was part of the original line, released in 1936. The earliest versions will not be marked and will have an extra set of rings, instead of the "Genuine Fiesta" glaze stamp on the bottom. Available in all eleven vintage colors, including medium green.

Fiesta Covered Onion Soup Bowl in Original Green: Early, Rare, Vintage, Fiesta For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Covered Onion Soup »

Circa 1936-1938: The vintage Fiesta covered onion soup bowl was one of the first few pieces of the original line discontinued. The earliest versions will not be marked and will have a flat inside bottom. All examples are rare, with the turquoise version being the hardest of all to find, produced in limited quantities for a very short time. Lots of hand workmanship was involved in these delightful pieces of Art Deco pottery from the 30s.

Vintage Fiesta Cream Soup Bowls for Sale in All Eleven Original Colors

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl— Cream Soup »

Circa 1936-1969: The vintage Fiesta cream soup bowl has remained on of the most collectable pieces of the vintage line. A simple bowl that appeared in much early advertising, it is unmistakably Fiesta, with it's charming tabbed handles and bands of concentric rings. Available in all eleven vintage colors.

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Dessert Bowls

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl— Dessert »

Circa 1936-1969: Initially thought of as a fruit bowl by its maker, designer Frederick Rhead, the popular bowl was part of the original release in 1936. The dessert bowl has the distinction of being the last item discontinued from the line in 1960 before Fiesta was restyled into Ironstone in 1969.

Ivory Vintage Fiestaware Large Footed Salad Bowl For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Footed Salad »

Circa 1938-1946: One of the largest and most sought after pieces of the entire Fiesta line. Far fewer of these large footed salad bowls were produced than, say, the vegetable nappy bowl, so these beauties are a rare treat for the collector. Slip cast and then the rings would be applied by hand using the jiggering machine. The foot would also be hand jiggered and shaped on a machine much like a woodworkers lathe. Bands of concentric rings adorn the top, both inside and out, the inside bottom and all around the detailed foot. This large bowl measures nearly 11 1/2" wide. Produced in original six colors only.

     Vintage Fiesta 11 3/4 inch Fruit Bowl: Original Yellow Fiestaware For Sale Rare Gift Hard to Find 1930s 1940s

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Fruit 11 3/4" »

Circa 1937-1946: The large, shallow 11 3/4" fruit bowl was originally designed as part of the Kitchen Kraft line. The widest of all the vintage Fiesta bowls produced, it was referred to as the "salad nappie" by designer and creator Frederick Rhead. Available in the original six colors only.

Red Vintage Fiestaware Red Berry Bowl For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Fruit 5 1/2" »

Circa 1936-1969: The Fiesta 5" fruit bowl was originally referred to as the "oatmeal" bowl. Simply labeled a 5" bowl on Homer Laughlin's price guides and called the 5 1/2" fruit bowl by modern collectors.

Red Vintage Fiestaware Cobalt Berry Bowl For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Fruit 4 3/4" »

Circa 1938-1969: Introduced two years after it's larger twin, the 5 1/2" Fiesta fruit bowl, the 4 3/4" version will really help you manage your waste line and makes a great ice cream or dessert bowl. Available in all eleven vintage colors, but exceedingly hard to find in medium green glaze.

Fiesta Vintage Original Turquoise Individual Salad Bowl: Fiestaware For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Individual Salad »

CIrca 1959-1969: Designed in 1939, but not produced for thirty years, the individual salad bowl with its abundance of inside, out and bottom rings is one of the nicest designed bowls in the Fiesta line. Produced in only four colors of Medium Green, Red, Yellow and Turquoise.

 Vintage Fiesta Nesting Bowl Number Four in Turquoise For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Mixing/Nesting »

CIrca 1936-1944: A complete set of vintage Fiesta mixing bowls, consists of seven bowls that nest within each other. The bowls were numbered on the bottoms, with #1 being the smallest and #7 the largest. For the first two years of production the inside bottoms were decorated with bands of concentric rings, helping us date these early version bowls from 1936-1938. A complete set of well nested bowls is a feat to collect and the pride of many collections.

Vintage Fiesta Nesting Bowl Lid Number Four in Original Yellow

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Bowl Lids »

Circa August 1936 -February 1937. Of all the mixing bowl lids, it is the large #4 size that proves the hardest to find. Fiesta mixing bowl lids were the first piece cut from production. Within six months, before turquoise glaze was even devloped they were discontinued— cut before the 12" divided plate or the covered onion soup bowl. Owning any is a rare treat and I know few collectors who have completed the whole set of twenty!

Vintage Fiesta Original Turquoise Nappy Vegetable Serving Bowl  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Nappy 9 1/2" (large) »

CIrca 1936-1946: Large Version. Discontinued in 1946, the 9 1/2" Fiesta nappy bowl is 33% larger than it's smaller 8 1/2" counterpart. Available in only the original six colors and always found with a fully glazed foot.

Vintage Fiesta 50s Chartreuse Nappy Vegetable Serving Bowl  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl— Nappy 8 1/2" (regular) »

CIrca 1936-1969: Nappie is an old English word that describes an open serving bowl. The 8 1/2" nappy bowl is such an indispensable item that it is one of the few original pieces introduced in 1936 that ran the entire time of production and is even being made again today in the contemporary glazes.

Fiesta Promotional Salad Bowl Unlisted in Original Yellow Glaze: 1940s dinnerware: Hard to Find Go-Along Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Bowl—Unlisted Salad »

Circa 1940-1943: Originally sold with a fork and spoon set, it is unlike the other bowls offered in the Fiesta line. Heavily adorned with graduating concentring rings from the jiggering machine on the outside, yet smooth inside, the promotional salad was only produced for a scant three years.


   Vintage Harlequin Pottery For Sale: Fiestaware Vintage Green: Homer Laughlin: Rare Butter Dish

Vintage Homer Laughlin Pottery Large Half Pound Butter Dishes »

Circa 1942-1945: Collectors lament that there was never a vintage Fiesta butter dish for the line, but the adventurous can rejoice in the butter borrowed from Homer Laughlins Jade and century lines, dipped in a variety of the fiesta and harlequin glazes.

Radioactive Red Vintage Fiesta Bulb Candle Holders Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Candle Holders—Bulb »

Circa 1937-1944: The Fiesta bulb candle holder is a great, affordable, unique piece of the Fiesta line to collect. Less likely to be found with damage than the tripod candle holders and at a fraction of the price. Produced in the first six vintage colors only.

Vintage Fiesta Tripod Candle Holders in Turquoise: Hard to Find Go-Along Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Candle Holders—Tripod »

Circa 1937-1942: The tripod candle holders are perhaps the hardest pieces of vintage Fiesta to find without damage. With 27 corners on the tiers it is all too common to find them with chips on the edges. One of the most complex of all the vintage Fiesta pieces, the tripod candle holders are a delight and transcend the pottery from tableware to art pottery. Produced in the first six vintage colors only.

Vintage Fiesta Carafe in Original Cobalt: Fiestaware: Genuine, Old, Antique, For Sale, Gift

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Carafe »

Circa 1936-1946:Stunning and unusual in form, the Fiesta carafe stands out among the crowd. Perhaps best suited for a water jug, the carafe holds three pints and is adorned with a hand applied finial and cork lid. The carafe is found only in the first six original colors and is hard to find, especially in excellent, undamaged condition.

Gray Fiesta Covered Casserole

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Casserole »

Circa 1936-1969: The Fiesta casserole was one of the largest pieces made for the entire time the vintage line was in production. The scroll handles and finial top remind us of the covered onion soup bowl and the sugar bowl. The casserole would require quite a bit of hand work, outside rims were formed on a jiggering machine, handles and knobs joined by hand, even the underside of the lid is adorned with hand jiggered concentric rings. The Harlequin, Riviera, and Fiesta Kitchen Kraft lidded casseroles also underwent much of the same attention to detail and hand craftsmanship.

 Fiesta Vintage Red Coffepot Radioactive Fiestaware For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Coffeepot »

Circa 1936-1959: Standing only second in height to the twelve inch vase, the Fiesta coffeepot draws a demanding presence. 10 1/2" h x 8" wide. Discontinued right before the introduction of medium green and hard to find in all the 50s colors, especially gray and chartreuse.

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Ivory, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Coffeepot—Demitasse »

Circa 1936-1942: Produced for a scant six years, the after-dinner demitasse stick handled coffee pot is a highly desirable and hard to find item. Available in the first vintage Fiesta six colors only, the turquoise will prove the hardest to find. Referred to as a Chocolate Pot by designer Fredick Rhead, the AD coffeepot will serve 8 demitasse cups (or 4 twice!). The piece was highly labor intensive to make, consisting of four individually cast parts, with the finial and the handle being hand applied. The spout hole was even created manually and can thus vary in size.

Original Cobalt Fiestaware 12 Inch Footed Comport

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Comport—12" Footed »

Circa 1936-1946: Included in the original release of the Fiesta pottery line, the 12" Comport shows the early ambition of Homer Laughlin's now infamous solid color dinnereware line from the 30s.

Fiestaware Vintage Original Turquoise Sweets Comport FIesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Comport—Sweets »

Circa 1936-1946: The tiny sweets comport was part of the original Fiesta line. Available in first six colors only.

 Fiesta Vintage Red Coffepot Radioactive Fiestaware For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Creamer—Individual »

Circa 1940-1943: Produced for a scant 2 1/2 years, the Fiesta individual creamer was meant as part of the set sold with an individual sugar and figure 8 tray base. The sugar and creamer figure eight set was one of the last designs by original Fiesta creator Frederick Rhead.

Vintage Fiesta Ring Handled Creamer for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Creamer—Ring Handle »

Circa 1936-1969: Classic ring handled creamer was introduced to replace the discontinued stick-handled version.

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Stick Handled Creamer for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Creamer—Stick Handle »

Circa 1936-1938: Produced for a scant two years, the stick handled creamer is a delight to use and display. Covered with bands of concentric rings and scalloped decorations under the flutted stick handle, the vintage Fiesta stick handled creamer is a fine example of Art-Deco inspired American pottery.

Vintage FIesta Pottery Demitasse Stick Handle Cup and Saucer Sets for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Cup—Demitasse, Stick Handle »

Circa 1935-1959: Although the vintage Fiesta stick handled coffeepots were discontinued in the mid 40s, the cups themselves continued to be manufactured until right before the release of medium green and are available in 10 of the 11 vintage colors, although rare in the 50s glazes.

Vintage Fiesta Egg Cups for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Cup—Egg »

Circa 1937-1959: Within the first year of production, designer Frederick Rhead had created fourteen new pieces for the line. The Fiesta egg cup was among these new editions for the quickly popular dinnerware. Larger than most egg cups, the Fiesta version stands 3 1/8" tall and 3 3/8" wide.

Vintage Fiesta Pottery Mixing Bowl Lids for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Lid—Mixing Bowl »

Circa 1936-1937: Fiesta mixing bowl lids were the first piece cut from production. Within six months of production, before turquoise glaze was even devloped they were discontinued— cut before the 12" divided plate or the covered onion soup bowl.

Vintage Fiestaware Marmalades for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Marmalade »

Circa 1936-1944:The vintage Fiesta0 covered marmalade jar was added to the line in mid 1936. Slip cast from three pieces with the finial hand applied, the lidded marmalade is hard to find and a delight to add to your collection. Produced in the original six vintage colors only.


Vintage Fiestaware Chartruese Tom and Jerry Mug: Fiesta Dinnerware 30s 40s 50s 60s For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Mug—Tom and Jerry »

Circa 1936-1969: The Tom and Jerry was an alcoholic egg and milk drink, popular in the 30s and 40s. It was served warm from a large bowl in handled mugs. Homer Laughlin had already been producing this mug with a different handle when Fiesta pottery was being designed. Adopting the ring handle from the general Fiesta line, the Tom and Jerry mug was born.

Vintage FIestaware: Original Radioactive Red Fiesta Pottery Mustard For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Lidded Mustard Jars »

Circa 1936-1944: The vintage Fiesta mustard jar was only in production for seven years and will prove hard to find, especially in excellent condition. The base and lid were slip cast and the lid was molded from one piece, just like the medium sized teapot. The spoon hole would have been cut out by hand after the piece was molded. Measures 2 1/2" wide by 3 1/16" tall.

Vintage FIesta Pottery Disk Juice Pitcher for Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Pitcher—Disk Juice »

Circa 1936-1944: The Fiesta juice pitcher was released throughout the years with various promotional campaigns in a few select colors, most commonly yellow, then red and celadeon green, and the rarest of them all is in the sophisticated Gray of the 50s Fiestaware

Vintage Fiesta Disk Water Pitchers for Sale from Happy Heidi

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Pitcher—Disk Water »

Circa 1938-1969: The Fiesta disk water pitcher may be the most universally recognized shape in the entire Fiesta pottery line. The disc shaped pitcher was introduced in the early spring of 1938. Large, but not overwhelming, the Fiesta pitcher holds 71 ounces and stands 7 1/2" tall.

Vintage FIesta Ice Lip Pitcher For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Pitcher—Ice Lip »

Circa 1936-1946: The vintage Fiesta0 ice lip pitcher is unique in its look—round and bulbous like the vintage Fiesta0 mustard, but giant like the Fiesta0 disk water pitcher, the ice lip pitcher is a surprise and a delight. Produced for a scant 10 years the vintage Fiesta0 ice lip pitcher is never an easy find, and is especially coveted in excellent condition. Like most of the early Fiesta0 line, the piece needed much hand craftsmanship, such as smoothing mold seams and attatching a seperately slip cast handle. Great art deco lines are created by the graduated stairstep that decorates the piece around the rim, up and over the spout, down the handle and around the base. Found in two varieties, marked in mold with a smaller "Fiesta HLC USA" and a plain outside bottom or with a larger in mold mark "Fiesta HLC USA" and extra bands of concentric rings on the outside bottom. Measures an impressive 9 3/4" from tip of spout to back of handle and 6 3/8" tall.

 Vintage Fiestaware Yellow 2 Pint Jug For Sale: Antique Fiesta Pottery  Americana Dinnerware Art Deco 30s 40s

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Pitcher—Two Pint Jug »

Circa 1936-1944: It is here, on the Fiesta 2 pint jug, that the iconic ring handle is showcased. With a wonderfully simple body, the handle stands out, adding significant personality to this open jug design.

Original Light GreenVintage Fiesta Cake Plate Fiestaware For Sale Old Authentic

Rare Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Cake »

Circa March 1937-Late 1937: Produced for a scant 6 month, the vintage Fiesta cake plate is a rare piece that shows up less and less. The vintage Fiesta cake plate may look just like the dinner plate at first glance, but closer inspection shows a completely flat surface, with no slight raising at the edges and a backside completely covered with rings. It is the rings and the flatness that will gaurantee you have a cake plate and not a regular dinner plate.

Vintage FIesta Chop Plates For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Chop 15" »

Circa 1936-1959: Both the thirteen and fifteen inch Fiesta chop plates were part of the original release in mid-1936. The design remained consistent with all of the Fiesta plates, decorated with bands of concentric rings radiating out from the center. These large round platters were meant to serve up steaks and chops—thus the name.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Chop 13" »

Circa 1936-1969: The larger chop plate was discontinued in 1959 right before the release of Medium Green glaze, but the 13" version continued and will be found in the rare Medium Green glaze.

Vintage FIesta Deep Plate For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Deep »

Circa 1936-1969: The perfect bowl for so many things. Its wide rim, superbly decorated with bands of concentric rings, along with even more rings that decorate the bottom of the bowl both inside and out, make the simple deep plate a delight to use.

Vintage FIesta Divided Compartment Plates For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Divided 10" »

Circa 1936-1969: The 10 1/2" compartment plate was inspired from a suggestion by retailers Lazarus after pottery designer Frederick Rhead visited their stores in Columbus Ohio. The thick plate with deep wells and an many bottom rings is a great version of the divided plate.

Vintage FIesta Plates For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—Divided 12" »

Circa 1936-1937: The larger version of the divided plate was one of the first pieces of the vintage Feista pottery line discontinued (removed from the line before the turquoise color was introduced, thus only available in the first five vintage colors).

Vintage FIesta Plates For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Plate—6", 7", 9", and 10" »

Circa 1936-1969: Vintage Fiesta plates were made upside down. The face of the plates, with its band of graduated concentric rings was formed in a plaster mold. Clay was pressed into the mold which was then rotated while a metal blade, referred to as "tool" shaped the bands of rings on the back side. The jigger tool would be manually lowered to carve into the clay, much like a woodworker on his lathe. This work was hand done at Homer Laughlin until the 40s when automatic jiggers were installed.

50s Forest Green Vintage Fiesta Large Oval Platter

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Platter (Oval) »

Circa 1936-1969: Even the simple and utilitarian platter was given bands of concentric rings inside and out. Subtle details and attention to surface and proportion make even the humble platter a hallmark of Art-Deco design in the vintage Fiesta pottery line. Produced in all eleven vintage colors, including medium green.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Shakers—Salt and Pepper »

Circa 1936-1969: The fiesta salt and pepper shakers make up two of the 14 pieces that were made through the entire vintage production. They were part of the original line and oddly enough were sold seperately and not as pairs although there is a distint difference in them, the pepper having smaller holes and a smaller hole pattern than the salts. Due to their small size they were also one of the very few Fiesta items that were not marked.


    Vintage Fiesta Sauce Boat in Original Ivory Fiestaware

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Sauce (or gravy) Boat »

Circa 1936-1969: Nearly 8" from tip of spout to back of handle, with a nice little belly on it too, that puffs out just before tappering off into the concentric ringed foot. The design is superb and really showcases pottery designer Frederick Rheads vision.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Sugar Bowl »

Circa 1936-1969: The sugar bowl is one of the most important pieces in a potteries line. Frederick Rhead started designing his versions of Homer Laughlin sugar bowls early on. The first version of the Fiesta0 sugar bowl was slip cast, had a flat inside bottom, a deeper foot and slipcast lid with nearly a 1/2" flange.


Fiesta Vintage Turquoise Figure 8 Tray: Fiestaware For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Promotional Campaign Figure 8 Tray, Sugar, & Creamer Set »

Circa 1940-1943: Produced for a scant 2 1/2 years, the fiesta sugar, cream and tray set is a great find. Shown here in the classic cobalt tray with vintage yellow covered sugar and creamer. The sugar and creamer figure eight set was one of the last designs by original Fiesta creator Frederick Rhead.

For Sale: $275

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Syrup Pitchers »

Circa 1938-1940: Produced for a scant two years, the fiesta syrup is an all time favorite for collectors. Most desirable are the versions with the "Drip Cut" script etched into the top of the handle. Watch out for cracks in the lids and damaged parts... hard to find in good, clean, working condition.

Turquoise Vintage Fiesta Teacup and Saucer Fiestaware Homer Laughlin Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Teacup and Saucer Set »

Circa 1936-1969: Classic ring handles applied to the vintage Fiesta teacup with abundance of rings decorating surface both inside and out.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Teapot (Large) »

Circa 1938-1946: The vintage fiesta teapot comes in two sizes, the large version with it's famous ring handle, which was discontinued in 1944 and will only be found in the first original six colors.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Teapot (Medium) »

Circa 1936-1969: The medium sized teapot is one of the few pieces of vintage Fiesta holloware found in the rare 50s colors. One of only two fiesta pieces with a single pieced lid, the mustard is the second.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Tray—Figure 8 »

Circa 1940-1943: The promotional campaigns put on by Homer Laughlin Pottery Company introduced some lovely art pottery pieces with unusual design and shape, outside the standard fare of the dinnertable and into the realm of something more unique, quirky and special.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Tray—Relish »

Circa 1936-1946: One of the highlights of the fiesta pottery line, originally sold in single color sets, they were quickly mixed and matched, even at the store, to make a myriad of combinations and color choices. Besides the nesting bowls, the relish tray remains the funnest mix-n-match item of them all with a wide variety of decorating choices.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Tray—Utility »

Circa 1936-1948: The vintage Fiesta utility tray is a highly practical and wonderful piece to use on your dinnerware table. The first version was made on a ram press(1936-1938), which could cause warping, so modifications were made and a slip cast mold was designed for the piece. The ram pressed versions had dry feet and slightly more angled edges. The modified, slip cast versions would be fully glazed on the bottom with the "GENUINE fiesta HLCo USA" stamp added to the bottom and the edges would be less angled and more straight up and down.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Tumbler—Juice »

Circa 1936-1969: Part of one of the first promotional campaigns of the 40s for the Fiesta pottery line. Included were a juice pitcher in yellow and the six original colors of juice tumblers. Standing about 3 1/2" tall, the juice tumbler was also produced in rarer sets of gray, chartreuse, forest green, shell pink and beige...

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Tumbler—Water »

Circa 1936-1946: The Fiesta water tumbler flares out, wider and wider with each hand-tooled band of concentric rings. Produced in the original six glazes only.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Vase—Bud »

Circa 1936-1946: Part of the original Fiesta line, the vintage fiesta bud vase remains one of the nicest accessories available. The holloware piece was slip cast and the mold seams would have been smoothed by hand. Standinig just under 6 1/2" the base is adorned with cascading art-deco elements. Only made in the first six original colors, the bud vase is a charming addition to the dinnerware collection.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Vase—8" »

Circa 1937-1946: The vintage Fiesta vase trancendes dinnerware and stands out as a showcase piece of art pottery. The perfect rhythm of the art deco lines showcases pottery designer Frederick Rheads vision. The 8" version is the smallest of the three. It is worth noting that Homer Laughlin is continuing to produce these vases today— the contemporary versions will be slightly smaller than the originals which will stand exactly 8, 10 and 12" high.

Vintage Fiesta Medium Green Chop Plate  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta Pottery
Vase—10" »

Circa 1937-1946: The vintage Fiesta vase trancendes dinnerware and stands out as a showcase piece of art pottery. The perfect rhythm of the art deco lines showcases pottery designer Frederick Rheads vision. The 8" version is the smallest of the three. It is worth noting that Homer Laughlin is continuing to produce these vases today— the contemporary versions will be slightly smaller than the originals which will stand exactly 8, 10 and 12" high.

Harlequin Pottery A-Z

Harlequin Pottery Basketweave Ashtray in Radioactive Red Glaze

Vintage Harlequin Ashtray: Basketweave »

Circa 1939-1943: The vintage Fiesta pottery line did have an ashtray, but with the Harlequin line, the Homer Laughlin pottery company went all out, giving us three varieties of ashtrays to enjoy— plain, basketweave and ashtray saucers. The basketweave ashtray enjoyed 21 years of production yet somehow are hard to find and appear less and less. Measures 6 3/16" w by 1" h

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