This book presents a sweeping survey of the Homer Laughlin China Company's most popular dinnerware - Fiesta. These brilliantly colored, inexpensive, Art Deco dishes were introduced in 1935 during the Depression and are avidly collected today. Hundreds of color photographs chronicle both the many Fiesta forms, from the most common to the rare, and the wide spectrum of glaze colors which adorn them. Also included in the text is a history of the Homer Laughlin Company and examples of their manufacturing marks. Values are provided for the various wares, along with an index, and bibiography. This is an eye-popping tour de force of these colorful wares.