Estimates of production range from 25,000 to 35,000 different patterns since production started.
Fiesta Homer Laughlin began producing the popular and colorful Fiesta line of dinnerware in 1936.
If you have a question about a specific piece, you can ask a question on our Fiesta / HLC message forum.
The first place to look in order to verify whether an item is genuine is to flip it over and look on the underside.
The new Fiesta line contains a number of pieces produced from the original molds, as well as brand new pieces designed for modern day use.
Homer and Shakespeare Laughlin, two brothers from East Liverpool, Ohio, formed a partnership in 1871 to sell pottery ware, which was made in the factories located in their hometown.
The advantage of the Homer Laughlin's front wheel drive was the elimination of skidding.The power plant consisted of an eight cylinder V Type engine with a 2 1/2 inch bore x 3 3/4 inch stroke and was designed to develop 25 horsepower. The Homer Laughlin Roadster was in all the automobile trade publications during the fall of 1916.Engine cooling was by thermo-siphon, Connecticut ignition system, Allis Chalmers starting and lighting systems, 112 inch wheelbase, 30 x 3 1/2 inch wheels and tires. But this American Automobile vanished from sight in 1917.After the Civil War Homer and his brothers had worked in the pottery industry in production and sales but were not expert in technical aspects of making ware.They accepted the Council's offer on September 1, 1873, broke ground for the plant on October 1 and opened for production one year later on September 1, 1874.