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Fiesta is America’s favorite dinnerware. It was reintroduced back into the consumer market in 1986 after a 14 year hiatus. Over the following twenty five years, new colors have been introduced and Fiestaware has become a trendsetter of color for the housewares industry. Fiesta Ware is lead free, freezer safe, dishwasher safe, microwave safe and oven safe with temperatures up to 500 degrees. Fiesta Ware is still manufactured in the USA, in a manufacturing plant in the town of Newell in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia. Fiestaware comes in 15 colors - Black, Cobalt Blue, Ivory, Lemongrass, Paprika, Peacock, Plum, Scarlet, Shamrock, Sunflower, Tangerine, Turquoise, White, Lapis Blue and Fiestaware's newest color, Poppy. There are five discontinued colors, Flamingo, Evergreen, Chocolate, Cinnabar and Marigold which are in limited quantities. There are a few items currently being discontinued as well. They are; 60 oz. Handled Carafe, 6 Inch Bud Vase, 9 1/2" Relish/Utility Tray, and the 2 Cup Teapot. Still proudly made in the USA.
Poppy Fiesta
The New Color for 2014 is Poppy, an orangey red hue, reminiscent of the famed original Fiesta Red which was part of the collection in 1936.
Lapis Fiesta
This is the NEW color for 2013. Lapis. An intense blue, like the gemstone it was named for. Lapis is a richer, more intense hue and coordinates beautifully with the current Fiesta spectrum.
Flamingo Fiesta
The New Color for 2012 Flamingo. This Color has been Discontinued for 2014. Limited Quantities.
Marigold New Fiestaware Color
Marigold Fiestaware, the 75th Anniversary Color for 2011. Limited Quantities available.
Fiestaware in Black
Black Fiesta Ware was introduced in 1986 when production was started again by Homer Laughlin.
Chocolate Color Fiesta Ware
Chocolate Color Fiesta Ware is a limited edition color introduced in 2008. Discontinued in 2012.
Cinnabar Color Fiesta Ware
Cinnabar Fiesta was discontinued in 2010 after a 10 year run limited quantities available.
Cobalt Blue Fiestaware
Cobalt Blue Fiesta was one of the original Fiesta colors introduced in 1936 & returned in 1986
Ivory Color Fiesta Ware
Lemongrass Color Fiesta Ware
Paprika the newest Fiestaware color
Paprika Color Fiesta Ware
Peacock Fiestaware
Peacock Blue Color Fiesta Ware
Plum Fiestaware Java Mug
Plum Purple Color Fiesta Ware
Scarlet Fiestaware
Scarlet Red Color Fiesta Ware
Shamrock Green Fiestaware
Shamrock Green Color Fiesta Ware
Sunflower Yellow Fiestaware
Sunflower Yellow Color Fiestaware
Tangerine Java Mug
Tangerine Orange Color Fiesta Ware
Turquoise Blue Color Fiesta Ware
White Fiesta Ware
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