1. First introduced in 1936, Fiesta® Dinnerware is a classic American collection that forever transformed the way we serve dinner. Fiesta is produced by the Homer Laughlin China Company. Based in Newell, West Virginia, Homer Laughlin has manufactured all of its products in the United States since 1871.
2. Fiesta sets were responsible for two innovations in American dining: they were the first widely used solid-color sets, and they originated the mix-and-match approach to dinnerware. The selection here includes dinnerware, serveware, and drinkware for creating your own unique DIY sets.
3. The original line was designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead, who was inspired by the spherical forms of 1930s Art Deco style and its bold, bright colors. Contemporary items retain the spherical orientation with its sculpted concentric rings and coupe-shaped plates.
4. What better name than Fiesta for such a joyfully colorful collection? The broad spectrum of contemporary colors are ideal for kitchen redecorating. Complement your kitchen or dining room color palette by creating a two-tone, three-tone, or more-tone collection.
5. Tervis drinkware is a casual way to tie your colors together with durable plastic tumblers and tumbler sets. Their striped, dotted, rippled, and floral designs are perfect for summers, or dinner parties that live up to the Fiesta name.
6. Color isn't the only way to play when mixing and matching. You can have fun with shapes, too. Ours include square dinner, salad, and luncheon plates, as well as oval serveware and baking sets.
7. When this collection was introduced in 1936, its solid colors displaced the Victorian tradition of decorative decal motifs. The Christmas collection revives Victorian style for the holiday season, with matching sets of multicolor Christmas tree dishes.