HOMER LAUGHLIN PRESS RELEASE:
Lapis joins the lineup of Fiesta’s iconic colors, some of which have been in production since the reintroduction of the line in 1986. Forty-four colors were produced since the brand was launched in 1936 – more than 75 years ago. The entire 2013 spectrum includes: White, Black, Shamrock, Cobalt, Lapis, Peacock, Turquoise, Paprika, Lemongrass, Ivory, Sunflower, Tangerine, Flamingo, Scarlet, and Plum. Lapis lends itself to a wide variety of versatile color arrangements, on trend with the latest in fashion and home décor:
•Bright and Sunny: Lapis, Cobalt, Peacock, Turquoise, Lemongrass, Sunflower
•High Fashion: Lapis, Flamingo, Tangerine
•Citrus: Lapis, Sunflower, Lemongrass, Tangerine, Flamingo, accents of Ivory
•Southwest: Lapis, Sunflower, Turquoise, Cobalt, Paprika, accents of Black, Ivory
•Americana: Lapis, Cobalt, Scarlet, White, accents of Plum
•Mediterranean: Lapis, Ivory, Paprika, Tangerine, Turquoise, accents of Black
•Retro Chic: Lapis, Flamingo, Black, Turquoise, accents of Sunflower, Tangerine
•Sophisticated Cools: Lapis, Cobalt, Peacock, Ivory, accents of Plum.
About Fiesta® Dinnerware, Made In The USA Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead in 1936, Fiesta Dinnerware is now the most collected china in the United States and among the most collected china in the world. The product was discontinued in 1973 and reissued in 1986 with new contemporary colors to mark its 50th anniversary. Its unique Art Deco style has landed Fiesta Dinnerware in the collections of numerous museums from the Smithsonian Institution to the Andy Warhol Museum.