|Item: Pizza Serving Dishes||Material: Stone / Ceramic|
|Color: 1: Black||Color: 2: Blue|
|Color: 3: Green||Color: 4: Red|
|Color: 5: White||Color: 6: Yellow|
|Color: 7: Purple||Color: 8: Pink|
|Color: 9: Orange||Non-Stick: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
The Homer Laughlin China Company owes its origin to a two kiln pottery on the banks of the Ohio River in East Liverpool, Ohio. Built in 1871 by Homer Laughlin and his brother Shakespeare, the Laughlin Brothers Pottery was one of the first whiteware plants in the country. The turning point in the artistic focus of the company came in 1927 with the addition of noted ceramist Frederick Hurton Rhead. His design vision would culminate in the 1936 introduction of Fiesta®, Homer Laughlin's best selling line, and today one of the most collected china products in the world.
With the introduction of fully vitrified china in 1959, Homer Laughlin was able to participate in the restaurant/hotel markets. Homer Laughlin concentrated its efforts on the food service market and continued to add new shapes, patterns and decorating techniques throughout the 60's and 70's. The reintroduction of Fiesta® in 1986 as a high-fire, fully vitrified, lead free product redefined the standard for both food service and retail china products.
The Homer Laughlin China Company has produced an estimated 25,000 china patterns throughout its 133 year history. A heritage rich in American tradition and innovation has given Homer Laughlin China the fortitude to look to the next century with anticipation of meeting greater challenges.
ALPHALAIN, AMERIWHITE, FIESTA, GENUINE FIESTA ACCESSORIES, GOTHIC, LYRICA, MILFORD, PRISTINE, SEVILLE, ALEXA, AN AMERICAN ICON, EVERYTHING FIESTA, PESTO, RE-21, AND THE Fleur D'Lis logo are registered trademarks of the Homer Laughlin China Company. INDIGO, HARLEQUIN, HOMER LAUGHLIN, HLC, FLIPSIDE, KENSINGTON, KENILWORTH, the dancing Lady logo and THE HOMER LAUGHLIN CHINA COMPANY. Wayfair is not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by THE HOMER LAUGHLIN CHINA COMPANY.
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Doubles as a very cute serving tray!
Indy Chels from Indianapolis, IN
I haven't had a chance to use this as a pizza tray, but I have used it as a serving dish and it's an incredibly cute piece to add to any collection! I love the color and the simple shape!