Fiesta Factory Direct sells kitchen products, including flatware, glassware, cookware, cutlery, and baking and drinking accessories. It also sells linens, such as dishcloths, oven mitts, and bathroom accessories, such as soap dispensers and toothbrush holders.Continue Reading
Fiesta flatware products include utensils, such as spatulas, salad forks, gravy ladles and pasta scoops. Cutlery products include cheese, sandwich, bread, chef and serrated utility knives as well as silicone and bamboo cutting boards. Fiesta offers juice glasses, tumblers and mugs for glassware and bar tools, such as jiggers, strainers, cocktail shakers and corkscrews, for drink accessories. Other general cookware and dinnerware include trays, bakers, bowls, plates and platters. The products come in bright colors, such as tangerine, shamrock, peacock and scarlet.
The Homer Laughlin China Company first introduced Fiesta in 1936 at the Pittsburgh China and Glass Show. Its only five colors at the time were yellow, red, green, cobalt blue and ivory. When it moved into earth tones in the 1960s, its popularity eventually dwindled, and it retired production by 1972. After collectors restored interest in the brand, Bloomingdale's partnered with Fiesta in 1986 to create a new line with a greater color palette and a lead-free ceramic glaze. As of 2015, Fiesta has made products in 47 colors, and it stands as the leading dinnerware brand in the casual tabletop category.Learn more about Tableware