You never see larger serving pieces in restaurant ware. You will see lots of plates, and cups and saucers, but never platters and bowls. These were made by Homer Laughlin China Co. and are in hardly used condition. Great for vegetable cookouts or spaghetti!!
This Kitchen Kraft Red, or Tangerine 11" cake plate was made by HLC in the 1930's. It is part of the Genuine Fiesta line and was used for utilitarian purposes. Very good condition with super glaze and color! Very light use. Not signed but undeniably Fiesta. This is the hardest color to find.
This vintage Fiesta cup is in the 1950s color, chartreuse. It is 2 3/4" tall and is in perfect condition. When inquiring please indicate desired quantity and include your zip code so we can quote shipping charges. White spots in photo are light reflections.
They always called this "The Unlisted Salad Bowl", and they are hard to find in any color. This yellow one is beautiful and has a couple of color misses, but no big deal. Very normal for this time period. No chips, very minor use. It is impressed on the bottom with the old Fiesta logo.
These genuine, original Fiesta cups and saucers were made in 1949, except for the medium green one which was made in 1959. They are all in great condition and sometimes called the "War" colors because they were introduced at the start of the Korean Conflict.
These 5 original color demitasse saucers are genuine Fiesta and were made by The Homer Laughlin China Co. in the late 1930's. The colors are red, cobalt, light green, yellow, and ivory. All are in excellent condition!