Friday, January 21, 2011

Questions about the mug:

Homer Laughlin and his brother Shakespeare were from Little Beaver Creek a few miles from Liverpool and the Ohio River. After the Civil War they were ready to go in business , they opened their factory Sept. 1 1874.The factory in 1900
Homer is the maker of the Fiesta dish .
This is the new color for 2010
the color is called Paprika


These are my color fiesta
this color was discontinued in
the 1980's



8 comments:

Donnie said...

I love Fiesta ware but don't own any. It is hard to find old and I don't need to buy any new. Just love the odd pieces. Great color for 2010.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

How pretty Patsy. Fiesta ware has the best colors. Stay warm and safe and have a wonderful weekend. Tell Bennie it is a soup day. LOL!

Patsy said...

Yes, he made bok choy soup for our lunch today.

Winifred said...

I much prefer your colour Patsy. Nice to see that some products are still made in your own country. Most of our potteries have transferred production abroad. My dinner service is Wedgewood which has transferred production to Indonesia. I won't be buying any more!

Mildred said...

Your dishes are so pretty. You and Bennie have a great weekend Patsy.

Marydon said...

So love Fiesta but own none. Yours is very pretty.
If we had donuts that looked this good, I'd have to try out the mug, too.

Have a beautiful weekend ~
TTFN ~
Hugs, Marydon

misslynda said...

Okay, Fiesta I know. I agree with everyone else that Fiesta does have some beautiful colors.

Far Side of Fifty said...

The new color is great..but yours is pretty too. I have just the Cobalt blue..my daughter has a mix of a bunch of colors..yellow, orange, pink, blue and green..it really looks nice when she sets her table:)