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Vintage Fiesta 12" Large Footed Comports for Sale | Circa 1936-1946

Made in the first original six colors only, the 12" Comport shows the early ambition of Homer Laughlin's now infamous solid color dinnereware line from the 30s. To manufacture such a large bowl and then adorn it with a hand tooled foot and mass produce it in the late 30s was truely commendable. The 12" comport transcends regular tableware and elevates the pottery into art and design. Produced for only ten years, the footed salad bowl is a delight to find. Available in only the original six glazes, variety will be found in the foot. Two varities are known, one has a more flared out foot, somewhat thinner, usually accompanied by an inkstamp and a second variety where the foot is thicker and does not flare out and is usually found unmarked.

Ivory Vintage Fiestaware 12inch Comport

Vintage Fiesta Large 12" Footed Comport Bowl in Original Ivory Glaze »

Circa 1936-1938: It's a rare treat to find a vintage Fiesta pottery Large Footed Comport Bowl from the 30s in nearly unused condition. The original ivory vellum glaze is a delight and can be mixed and matched across all of your table settings.

For Sale: $295

Original Cobalt Fiestaware 12 Inch Footed Comport

Vintage Fiesta 12" Footed Comport in Original Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1938: One of the great pieces of the Vintage Fiesta line—the footed comport, which crosses over from dinnerware to art pottery. This example is an earlier version with hand applied foot and extra bottom rings and is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $285

Vintage Fiesta Original Turquoise 12 Inch Footed Comport Bowl  Fiestaware Pottery Vase: Gift, Rare, Hard to Find, Buy Onlline Now, American Antique Pottery

Vintage Fiesta 12" Footed Comport in Original Turquoise Glaze »

Circa 1937-1946: One of the great pieces of the Fiesta pottery line, the footed salad crosses over from dinnerware to art pottery.

For Sale: $275

Original Green Vintage Fiestaware 12inch Comport

Vintage Fiesta 12" Footed Comport in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1936-1946: One of the great pieces of the fiesta pottery line whcih crosses over from dinnerware to art pottery. Slip cast foot would have been hand applied and the top made on a jiggering machine...

For Sale: $295

Sweets Comports
 Fiestaware Vintage Radioactive Red Sweets Comport FIesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in Original Red Glaze »

Circa 1936-1943: The sweets comport was part of the original Fiesta line. Available in first six colors only. This example in the original red glaze is in excellent condition.

For Sale: $275

 Fiestaware Vintage Original Yellow Sweets Comport FIesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in Original Yellow Glaze »

Circa 1936-1946: The original yellow Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in great collector conditon is a highly desirable piece. Available in original six colors only, a small, whimsical shape, the vintage Fiesta sweets comport brings charm to any decorative tablescape.

For Sale: $245

Fiestaware Vintage Original Turquoise Sweets Comport FIesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in Original Green Glaze »

Circa 1937-1946: The sweets comport was part of the original Fiesta line. Available in first six colors only.

For Sale: $245

Fiestaware Vintage Cobalt Sweets Comport Fiesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in Original Cobalt Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1946: A small, whimsical piece, the vintage Fiesta sweets measures 3 1/2" h x 5 1/8" w

For Sale: $245

Fiestaware Vintage Original Ivory Sweets Comport FIesta Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Sweets Comport in Original Ivory Glaze »

Circa 1937-1946: Charming beyond description, the sweets comport is covered with concentric rings, inside and out.

For Sale: $245

Of Special Interest: Prototype 10" Footed Comport
Rare Vintage Fiestaware Prototype Ivory Comport April 1935 Homer Laughlin Rhead Pottery

Rare Vintage Fiesta 10" Footed Comport Pre-Production Prototype in Original Ivory Glaze »

April 1935: The comport was modeled in April of 1935, and a handful of prototypes were made. This first version was 10" wide and is noted as model number 363. Deciding to enlarge the piece, in May the 12" version was modeled as number 377. Obviously satisfied with this update, Homer Laughlin released the 12" comport in January of 1936 for the solid colored pottery's debut.

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