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We’ve been making dishes since before Custer’s Last Stand. But how did Fiesta get started? The short version is we’re a compelling, American success story rooted in a cacophony of colors and concentric circles. The colors were born from a desire during the Great Depression to cheer up the country with red, blue, green, yellow and ivory Fiestaware. We’ve been brightening kitchens and dining rooms ever since. Our circles started as a breakaway Art Deco style that contrasted traditional Victorian styles. Our timeless signatures styles always stand out. 

Crafted in West Virginia.

Our home in Newell, WV is a hard-working and family-first community nestled along the banks of the Ohio River. Our factory, originally built in 1905, still produces every piece of Fiesta. Our employees work in an ethical workplace, backed by a company that pays taxes and puts money back into our country’s infrastructure.

Crafted to last.

We stand behind all first-quality dinnerware made by Fiesta Tableware Company. Our five-year warranty covers chipping under normal usage conditions. We’ll replace any Fiesta dinnerware returned and found to be defective with identical or equivalent pieces. So if you’re ever not happy, we’ll make it right.  

Crafted for artistry.

Our clay is mixed and grounded up twice to remove air bubbles that would otherwise weaken the final product. All of our handles are attached by hand. Every piece is fired for eight hours in kilns hitting up to 2400 degrees. And our concentric circles that are all a hallmark of Fiesta are precisely measured to the millimeter.  

Crafted for sustainability.

Fiesta dinnerware is made in Newell, WV. So all dishes are shipped right from our factory, not halfway around the world. Resulting in far less fossil-fuel burning and greenhouse-gas emissions than products coming from across the ocean. And since Fiesta lasts and lasts, it won’t pile up in landfills. 

Timeline History

A Closer Look

Fiesta's Long History