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In the 1930s, the Homer Laughlin China Company of Newell, West Virginia, introduced a line of ceramic dinnerware glazed in differing solid colors called Fiesta. The vintage colors of Fiesta are highly collectible today. Shop our selection of fun vintage Fiesta colors here!
From pitchers and cookie jars to vases and baskets, be sure to see our collection of amazing pottery pieces ? they're functional pieces of art!
Covered with a dense, all-over pattern of flowers, Chintz pottery celebrates the chintz calico fabric that was imported from India into Europe in the seventeenth century. The elegantly layered floral chintz designs have been popular with collectors for over two centuries. See our selection of lovely Chintz patterns here.
Popular in the middle 1800s, this manufacturing style is ornate and durable. Shop here for a selection of these highly sought-after Flow Blue patterns.
Jasperware by Wedgwood
Using contrasting hues, Jasperware is hand-decorated in a "bas-relief" style that turns pottery into art! Browse our amazing selection of Jasperware items.
Lenox is one of the most prominent names in the international dinnerware industry. Not only do they produce numerous patterns in china, crystal, silver, and collectibles, they have many lovely giftware collections as well. Whether you need a gift or wish to treat yourself, click here for our selection of Lenox giftware.
First manufactured in the early 1920s, Depression Glass continued to be made through the 1930s and even into the 1940s. The glassware pieces were given to customers as incentives for buying certain items or for shopping in certain stores, such as five-and-dime stores or movie theaters. Click here to browse glassware patterns from the Depression Era.
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