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Fiesta Covered Teapot, 44-Ounce, Lemongrass

by Homer Laughlin
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Dishwasher, Microwave and Oven safe
  • Vitrified Ceramic body
  • Lead-Free glaze

Product description

Fiesta 44-Ounce Covered Teapot manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezer proof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many green practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America.



Fiesta Covered Teapot, 44-Ounce, Poppy

by Fiesta
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • 5-year chip resistance warranty
  • Lead-Free glaze
  • Dishwasher, Microwave and Oven safe

Product description

Fiesta 44-Ounce Covered Teapot manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezer proof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many green practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America.








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Recycled cigar bands valued by collectors 07/10/15, via Las Vegas Review-Journal

Your pitcher is one of the No. 141 line of four pitchers that were made in graduated sizes from 2½ to 8 inches. Older models of the No. 141 pitchers were made, intentionally, with crossed eyes. While they are rarer than pitchers with regular eyes, the

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Ann Arbor museum celebrates all things plates, functional or not 05/17/15, via Toledo Blade

The collection boasts 3,500 pieces, from plates to glassware, from serving dishes to teapots, from fine art works to utensils for babies. And, in particular, Ms. Carney said, “I absolutely love Fiestaware, to be precise. “Only the orange Fiestaware

Culinary Blasphemy Presents: Fiestaware! Go Beyond Traditional White

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In the spirit of keeping it different, Culinary Blasphemy is branching out to present a series of cool culinary tools and toys sponsored by Call The Kettle Black .

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Warman's Fiesta Ware

Warman's Fiesta Ware

Published by Krause Publications 2004

ISBN 9780873497510,0873497511
256 pages

The clean design and bright colors of the Fiesta dinnerware line?first introduced by the Homer Laughlin Co. in 1936?caught the fancy of housewives everywhere, revolutionizing the market for tableware in the United States. Though originally offered in just five colors?red, ivory, cobalt blue, yellow, and green?the number and variety of hues blossomed to include turquoise, rose, gray, forest green, chartreuse, and medium green?one of the most popular and valuable. When the Fiesta line was reintroduced in 1986, after a hiatus from 1973 to 1985, collecting interest surged again. The passion for the vintage colors was reignited, and the line's new colors, including periwinkle, cinnabar and sunflower, created a stir amid a new generation of collectors. From the best of the old to the latest...

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Ann Arbor museum celebrates all things plates, functional or not - Toledo Blade

But dishes in all their myriad variety — from the elegant to the eccentric, and particularly the exotic — are Margaret Carney’s true passion. She is the founder and director of the Dinnerware Museum in Ann Arbor, which will celebrate its third anniversary in June. The collection boasts 3,500 pieces, from plates to glassware, from serving dishes to teapots, from fine art works to utensils for babies. And, in particular, Ms. Carney said, “I absolutely love items that are dinner-related but not functional. Carney is a historian specializing in ceramics, who earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in the history of Asian art and her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and archaeology. She has curated dozens of exhibitions and written extensively, in addition to having taught ceramic world history at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, where she founded the Museum of Ceramic Art. What is Ms. Carney’s favorite, of all these wildly eclectic items in her museum’s collection. “My current favorite is whatever I’m obsessed with,” she said. The museum has recently acquired a large Wedgwood game dish from the 19th century, one that is in exceptional condition. It’s “so rare,” said Ms. Carney, “to have all the parts survive intact. Ceramic game pie dishes were used for serving meat and vegetable “pies” without crusts, starting in the late 18th century when flour prices were exorbitant due to the Napoleonic wars. Fillings were baked in the dishes’ liners and then brought to the table in the elaborately decorated beige-brown containers, because people wanted their dinner tables to look as beautiful as possible even during times of hardship. The museum also owns plastic replicas of food, which are popular display items in Japanese shops, and a fragile sugar lamb, with sugar sculpture being a traditional European craft. In fact, Ms. Carney’s assortment even includes unique items that will set a Geiger counter a-flutter. it fluoresces under a black light,” she said, and dates “probably from the ’30s. ”. She also has dishes — some of which she has found, and others which have been given to her by those who are concerned about safety — that could be considered... Fiestaware, to be precise. “Only the orange Fiestaware from the ’30s is radioactive,” she said. You would certainly expect that someone this knowledgeable (and contagiously enthusiastic) about dishes would not simply pick up random plates at the dollar store. Carney’s own everyday dishes were designed by Hungarian-born ceramicist Eva Zeisel, who once declared herself “a maker of useful things,” many of which are in museum collections around the world. “She lived to 105, and at 104 she was still designing things,” Ms. Carney said. A Toledo resident for nine years before moving to Ann Arbor in 2012, Ms. Carney worked as the director and curator at the Blair Museum of Lithophanes at the Toledo Botanical Garden. ” She is a runner, to burn off the cookie calories, and she has “had no chocolate or caffeine since 1987. ”. Ms. Carney’s first “food memory was in Ann Arbor,” she said. She must have been a good girl, because Ms. Carney said that her grandmother served the promised ice cream “on one of those old enamel tables. Bill Walker, Ms. Carney’s husband, is a ceramics engineer and manager of ceramics development at the Federal-Mogul Corporation in Plymouth, Mich. He once “worked as a modeler at Hall” — The Hall China Co. in East Liverpool, Ohio — she said. “When he got his PhD,” she gave him a Longwy Ware enameled plate, a cherished gift from one ceramics enthusiast to another. That vividly-colored French plate will be in the museum’s Delicious Dishes exhibit that will be hosted by the Riverside Art Center, 76 N. Huron St. in Ypsilanti, Mich. The Dinnerware Museum doesn’t have a permanent facility, relying upon what Ms. Carney calls “pop up” exhibits in varying locations that offer or rent space for the shows. Those items not on display in a facility are carefully shelved in storage: “The third floor and basement” of her own home “are totally filled,” Ms. Carney said. But “I’d like to have a permanent space by 2017,” she said, “with a gift shop, so we can have revenue coming in. ” Currently, the museum relies solely upon donations and memberships for.

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Chester not bagging it with teapot repairs - 04/19/15, via The Charleston Gazette

and “why here?” I learned that the giant teapot represented the Chester-Newell area’s china-manufacturing history and presence, embodied in the nearby Homer Laughlin China Co. factory where Fiestaware is produced. The original version of the teapot ...

Teapot holds secrets of a lost way of life on Delmarva - 10/20/14, via Delmarva Now

Sitting on her sofa, she held the little teapot on her lap, cradled between her hands. Her thin fingers took the top off as she talked about the Fiestaware piece, made in the late 1930s. There were no little bobbles inside, or scraps of newspaper or ...

Experts create chocolate teapot - 09/08/14, via This is Money

A group of scientists and engineers have proved that they really are as useful as a chocolate teapot. Master chocolatier John Costello and his team from the Nestle Product Technology Centre (PTC), in York, were given the challenge of turning the familiar ...

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