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Fiesta 44-ounce Covered Teapot, Shamrock by Homer Laughlin

  • 5-year chip resistance warranty
  • Lead-Free glaze
  • Dishwasher, Microwave and Oven safe



Product Description

Fiesta 44-Ounce Covered Teapot manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezer proof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many green practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America.

First manufactured in 1936 during Art Deco's later, less ornate phase, Fiestaware went out of production in the 1970s but returned in the 1980s and now enjoys unprecedented popularity. Older pieces fetch hundreds or even thousands of dollars at auction. The new line offers the original designs in contemporary colors at affordable prices. To complete a set of white Fiestaware or complement any whiteware, this curvaceous teapot is essential. Its shape is truly unique--pale rings symmetrically (in true Art Deco style) encircle the pot, handle, and lid. Made of vitrified china with a gleaming, lead-free glaze, the pot holds 4 cups, stands 7 inches high, and is both dishwasher- and microwave-safe. --Fred Brack

Vista Alegre Emerald Coffee Pot, 34 oz by Vista Alegre

  • Hand wash recommended; Not suitable for microwaves
  • Made of Porcelain
  • Dimensions: 6.6" L X 7.8" H


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In the golden era of the Art Deco movement, metals and precious stones were elements usually associated with the geometrization of the patterns, reflecting opulence inherent in artistic creation. The pieces in the Emerald dinner set, richly decorated with matte gold and dark greens, replace excess with elegance, recreating with modernity - using original pieces of the brand from the 30s - the typical exuberance of the period.