Fiestaware was first introduced in 1936 and remained popular throughout the '40s, '50s, and '60s, prized for its art deco design, colorful glazes, and smart accessories such as creamers, vases, pitchers, and candlesticks. Fiestaware was reissued in 1986 to mark the 50th anniversary of the line and is popular today for the same reasons: bold colors, great styling, à la carte piece selection for a personalized set--and now a 100 percent lead-free glaze for better health. Today's Fiestaware is available in over 10 colors, so you can collect pieces in one color or pursue a mix-and-match effect with pieces of assorted colors. The thin shape of this butter dish fits easily in the built-in butter compartment of an average-size refrigerator, and its smart, streamlined appearance adds retro flair to a casual dining room or kitchen table. --Emily Wolf
Fiesta 2-Piece Covered Butter manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezer proof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many green practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America.