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Vintage Fiestaware: Dating your Fiesta

Posted on March 17, 2010 by FiestaFan

Are you attempting to date your Fiestaware? As you might have discovered, trying to find out how much your Fiesta collection is worth is no easy task. There are many different markings that were applied to each Fiesta item, and some items may not have any kind of marking at all. Still, there are a […]

Medium Green: The Holy Grail of Retired Fiesta

Posted on March 17, 2010 by FiestaFan

Whether you’re new to collecting Fiestaware or a seasoned expert, you may be wondering why the color Medium Green is so popular. Even though the color itself is aesthetically appealing, beauty alone does not make this color desirable. The truth behind the Medium Green craze is simple: scarcity. When Medium Green was first produced, it […]

Discontinued Fiestaware: Rare and Collectible Dishes

Posted on March 17, 2010 by FiestaFan

Whether you love Fiestaware or whether you’re just looking to invest in something valuable, you’ll want to search for vintage and discontinued items. There are a few pieces that are truly valuable, though many of these items are also hard to find. Even if you don’t find one of the coveted pieces listed below, you […]

2010 Christmas Fiestaware

Posted on March 11, 2010 by FiestaFan

Are you dreaming of a white (or ivory) Christmas pattern already? Home Laughlin tends to release more Christmas patterns than other holiday patterns, and 2010 shouldn’t be any exception to this rule. The best thing about Christmas Fiestaware is that you don’t have to break the bank in order to decorate your holiday table. Every […]

2010 Autumn/Fall Fiestaware

Posted on March 11, 2010 by FiestaFan

If you’ve been waiting for new Fiestaware pieces for some time now, the wait is finally over. Home Laughlin unveiled some promising new colors at the International Home & Housewares Show in Chicago recently. What were the two colors that Fiestaware decided to release upon its loyal fans? “Lemongrass” and “Marigold” were the colors of […]

2010 Halloween Fiestaware

Posted on March 11, 2010 by FiestaFan

Happy Pumpkins” to “Halloween Night” to “Black Cat”, Fiestaware has released some great and memorable Halloween patterns. Sadly, most of those patterns were discontinued during the early 2000’s. Fiestware’s Halloween collections were once sold by household name Betty Crocker, though this is no longer the case. While most of these patterns are now discontinued (and […]

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