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Fiesta is a line of ceramic glazed dinnerware manufactured and marketed by the Fiesta Tableware Company (formerly The Homer Laughlin China Company) of Newell, West Virginia since its introduction in 1936, with a hiatus from 1973 to 1985. Fiesta is noted for its Art Deco styling featuring concentric circles and its range of solid colors.Both Fiesta's original shapes and its glazes were designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead, Homer Laughlin's art director from 1927 until his death in 1942. Several of the original shapes had to be modified (and other new shapes were added) by Jonathan O. Parry, who became Homer Laughlin's art director in 1984. due to a change in material. Original Fiesta was a semi-vitreous ware, but when the Fiesta line was re-introduced in 1986, it was decided to manufacture it in a more durable, vitreous composition to allow marketing it to restaurants and institutions as well. Fiesta is sold in sets or from open stock, where customers can select by the piece, mixing and matching from the entire color range.In March 2020, the food service divisions of the Homer Laughlin China Company and the Hall China Company were acquired by Steelite International, a British tableware manufacturer and supplier to the global hospitality industry. The retail division, which includes the Fiestaware line, along with the manufacturing and marketing operations in Newell, West Virginia were subsequently renamed the The Fiesta Tableware Company and will continue to manufacture and market the Fiestaware line.According to the Smithsonian Institution Press, Fiesta's appeal lies in its colors, design, and affordability. In 2002, The New York Times called Fiesta "the most collected brand of china in the United States". Pre-1972 pieces in various colors may be slightly radioactive, due to uranium compounds being used in the ceramic glaze to achieve certain colors, especially red.
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