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Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Homer Laughlin China Company Pottery | Circa 1969-1973

The Vintage Fiesta Ironstone line was produced for less than four full years. The line consisted of 11 pieces taken directly from the Fiesta line, 10 restyled Fiesta shapes and 6 new pieces. Dipped mostly in Antique Gold, then Turf Green and Mango Red, this short lived, limited line is finally, after 45 years, coming into fashion again. Vintage Fiesta collectors will recognize the disk pitcher, sauce boat, shakers, ashtray, plates, deep plate and cup saucer as these items were not changed. Restyled knobs (finials) will be found on the coffepots, teapots, marmalades and sugar. The casserole, vegetable bowl and mug were restyled completely. New pieces to the assortment included a sauceboat stand, a pie plate, jumbo salad, oatmeal bowl and a butter brought over from the Orbit line. All items will be unmarked, making it a little tricky for identification.

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Pieces
Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Coffee Server Antique Gold For Sale

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Coffee Server in Antique Gold Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: The original Vintage Fiesta coffeepot was slightly redesigned (new knob finial style on the lid) and was dipped only in the Antique Gold glaze and used for a few short years in the Fiesta Ironstone line. The largest piece of holloware designed at the end of the famous Fiestaware lines life— collectors will appreciate the similarities and evolution of the coffee server and the glazes found in the retro line, "Fiesta Ironstone".

For Sale: $275

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Teacup and Saucer Set in Mango Red Glaze 1969-1973

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Cup & Saucer Set in Mango Red Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: The original Vintage Fiesta pottery had a long run since its introduction in 1936 and it's fair to say Fiesta Ironstone was the last breath from the famous original line. Small shape changes were made and for a brief moment we had Fiesta Ironstone. This example of the refashioned Vintage Fiesta teacup and saucer set has had its round handle streamlined into the "C" shape collectors today will still recognize.

For Sale: $125

Vintage Fiesta Amberstone Sugar Bowl in Mango Red Glaze for Sale Circa 1969-1973

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Sugar Bowl and Creamer Set in Original Antique Gold Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: Three Piece Set— Fiesta Ironstone was the last breath from the famous original line. Knobs, handles and colors shifted one last time and for a brief moment we had Ironstone. This example of the refashioned Vintage Fiesta sugar bowl has had its little hand applied scroll handles removed and the hand applied finial has also been replaced by a single molded version and the new C handled creamer (still in use today) completes the retro '70s set.

For Sale: $155

Medium Green Vintage Fiesta Disk Water Pitcher

Vintage Fiesta Disk Water Pitcher in Original '70s Antique Gold Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: With the orignal in mold fiesta markings removed, the unmarked disk water pitcher, produced for a short 4 years, dipped in the Antique Gold glaze for the Vintage Fiesta Ironstone line, keeps the tradition alive and is ultimately the exact same disk pitcher, down to the hand finished insides and seams, just decked out in the retro glaze of gold for the '70s!

For Sale: $175

Medium Green Vintage Fiesta Disk Water Pitcher

Vintage Fiesta Sauceboat and Saucestand in Original '70s Antique Gold Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: With the orignal in mold fiesta markings removed, the unmarked Vintage Fiesta sauceboat was used for the Fiesta Ironstone line and dipped in antique gold. A new piece, the saucestand, was made just for the Ironstone line and comes included with the gravy boat to complete the sauceboat stand and set. Both pieces included and in excellent conditon.

For Sale: $175

Vintage Fiesta Amberstone,Casualstone, Sheffield and Coventry
Vintage Fiesta Salt and Pepper Shakers in Original Sheffield Amberstone Glaze 1967

Vintage Fiesta Salt & Pepper Shakers in Original Amberstone Glaze »

Circa 1967-1969: North of Chicago, in Wilmette, Illinois, J&H International distributed housewares. Partnering with Homer Laughlin they borrowed 11 original shapes from the Vintage Fiesta line, dipped them in brown glaze and marketed them as "Sheffield Amberstone". The keen eyed collector will note that a single hole was removed from the salt shaker to make a new version of the pepper shaker.

For Sale: $65

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Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Sugar Bowl in Mango Red Glaze for Sale Circa 1969-1973

Vintage Fiesta Ironstone Sugar Bowl in Original Mango Red Glaze »

Circa 1969-1973: The original Vintage Fiesta pottery had a long run since its introduction in 1936 and it's fair to say Fiesta Ironstone was the last breath from the famous original line. Knobs, handles and colors shifted one last time and for a brief moment we had Ironstone. This example of the refashioned Vintage Fiesta sugar bowl has had its little hand applied scroll handles removed and the hand applied finial has also been replaced by a single molded version.

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