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Pitchers Teapots Carafes

 

Fiesta® Carafe
Carafe – no longer in production for general retailers.
Holds 60 oz. – Measures 7-3/4″ height x 6-7/8″ diameter.
Item Number: 0448
Introduced 1996  Discontinued to general retailers 12/2011
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Lilac, Chocolate, Slate & the colors produced after Slate (except as noted below).  (See Color Time Line for additional colors.)
NOTES:

  • The post 86 designed carafe did not come with the stopper like the vintage Fiesta® carafe did.  Nor does it have the pedestal foot. Click hereto see the difference between vintage & post 86 carafes.
  • HLC discontinued distributing this item to their general retailers 12/31/2011. However, they are still available for purchase through HLC’s retail stores.
  • Lilac carafes are known to exist. It is believe that about 24 were actually produced.
  • Chocolate carafes are known to exist.
  • Poppy carafes were sold at HLC’s factory retail outlet stores in very limited quantities.
  • Sage – 12 for the 2016 ELHSAA auction.  The alumni pieces are marked with a special back stamp.
  • There were 7 carafes glazed in the Crystalline glaze for the East Liverpool High School Alumni Association (ELHSAA) auction in June 2001.  There were 5 in the Blue & 2 in the Brown Crystalline glaze.  Click here to see a photo of one of the two brown crystalline carafes.

Fiesta® Coffee Server
Coffee Server – no longer in production
Holds 36 oz. – Measures 7-1/4″ height x 8″ wide x 4″ deep
Body Item Number: 0721
Lid Item Number: 0722
Item Number: 0493
Introduced 1986       Discontinued 12-2001
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Sapphire, Plum & the colors produced after Plum (except as noted below).  (See Color Time Line for additional colors.).
NOTES:

  • When the Fiesta® coffee server was in the planning stages, HLC thought about designing it after the Itronstone coffee server.  You can view the 1986 brochure at  Laurel Hollow Parks website.  Click here to see a photo of the early version in Apricot along side the redesigned version in the Apricot glaze.
  • Juniper coffee servers were sold exclusively through HP Johnson Co. to independent retailers for resell.
  • Sapphire is known to exist.
  • The following colors were produced in the quantity noted for the East Liverpool High School Alumni Association (ELHSAA)  auction. This auction is held every June, in downtown East Liverpool, Ohio.
  • Chartreuse – 24 for the 1998 auction.  However, some unnumbered were sold via HLC’s outlet store.
  • Crystalline – 5 in the Blue & 2 in the Brown Crystalline glaze for the 2001 auction.  Click here to see a photo of one of the 5 blue crystalline coffee servers.  Click here to see a photo of both blue & brown crystalline coffee servers with the brown crystalline carafe.
  • Shamrock – 24 for the 2003 ELHSAA auction. However, unnumbered are known to exist.
  • Scarlet – 24 for the 2007 ELHSAA auction. However, unnumbered are known to exist.
  • Chocolate – 12 for the 2009 ELHSAA auction.
  • Marigold – 12 for the 2011 ELHSAA auction. However, unnumbered are rumored to exist.
  • Flamingo – 12 for the 2013 ELHSAA auction.
  • The alumni pieces are marked with a special back stamp. Click here to see the back stamp from one of the Marigold coffee servers.

Fiesta® Pitchers - Large in Peacock - Medium/Juice in White - Mini in Scarlet
Disc Pitcher– Large (Back in Peacock)
Click here to see a photo of a large pitcher by itself.
Holds 67-1/4 oz. – Measures 7-1/4″ height x 8″ wide x 4″ deep.
Item Number: 0484
Introduced 1986
Produced in all colors.
NOTES:

  • Click hereto see how to tell the difference between a vintage & post 86 pitcher.  Notice the handle.
  • The original production number for the large disk pitcher was 0746.  It was later changed to 0484.  Click here to see an example of an original production sticker.
  • When Chartreuse was introduced, HLC added the “H” to the mold so that the Post 86 pitcher would not get confused with vintage colors. You will notice that some “H” marks have a vertical line on either side of the “H”.  This represents that the pitcher was made at the Hall China plant, which HLC purchased in 2010. Click here to see an example. (Rev 9-1-15)

Disc Pitcher – Small / Juice  (Middle in White) – no longer in production for general retailers.
Click here to see a photo of a small / juice pitcher by itself. 
Holds 28 oz. – Measures 5-5/8″ height x 6-1/2″ wide x 3″ deep.
Item Number: 0485
Introduced 1986      Discontinued 2013
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Sapphire, Poppy & all colors produced after Poppy.  (See Color Time Line for additional colors.)
NOTES:

  • Juniper small pitchers were sold exclusively through Shadle Enterprises to independent retailers for resell.
  • Sapphire small / juice pitchers are known to exist.  Candy Fagerlin showcases some of these NOP items on her blog, “The Little Round Table”.  Click here to view.
  • Even though HLC discontinued this item, they sold limited quantities of this piece in the following colors, Lapis, Poppy, Slate, Sage & Claret through HLC’s factory retail stores & website.
  • The original production number for the small disk pitcher was 747.  It was later changed to 485.  Click here to see an example of an original production sticker.
  • Mistakes happen, even at HLC.  For example, there were some two tone juice pitchers produced. The pitchers ended up being Periwinkle on the outside & Turquoise on the inside.  Click here to see a photo. (Pitcher courtesy of Tina Gump.)
  • When Chartreuse was introduced, HLC added the “H” to the mold so that the Post 86 pitcher would not get confused with vintage colors.

Disc Pitcher – Mini  (Front in Scarlet)
Click here to see a photo of a mini pitcher by itself. 
Holds 5 oz. – Measures 3-1/4″ height x 3-1/2″ wide x 1-5/8″ deep.
Item Number: 0475
Introduced 1993
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Sapphire.
NOTE:  Sapphire mini pitchers are known to exist.

Fiesta® Teapot Comparison - Large in back in Scarlet - 2 cup in front in Paprika
Teapot – 2 cup – no longer in production
Click here to see a photo of a 2 cup teapot by itself.
Holds 20 oz. – Measures 5-3/8″ height w/lid (3-1/4″ without lid) x 7″ spout to handle x 4-3/4″ body diameter.
Item Number: 0764
Item Number – 2 cup teapot body: 0764
Item Number – 2 cup teapot lid: 0763
Introduced 1998     Discontinued 6-2010
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Lilac, Sapphire, Chocolate, Marigold & all colors produced after Marigold (except as noted below).  (See Color Time Line for additional colors.).
NOTES:

  •  Juniper 2 cup teapots were sold exclusively through the chain of Saks stores.
  • Effective 1/1/2008 – HLC discontinued the 2-cup teapot in these selected colors, Black, Cinnabar, Turquoise & Plum.
  • Marigold – 2011 – 1 of 2 produced sold at the HLCCA conference auction.  Sub-note – Marigold 2-cup teapot bodies were sold at the HLC tent sale.
  • Flamingo – 2012 – 1 of 2 produced sold at the HLCCA conference auction.
  • Lapis – 2013 – 1 of 2 produced sold at the HLCCA conference auction.
  • Poppy – 2014 – 1 of 2 sold at the HLCCA conference auction.  However, it was announced at the HLCCA 2014 conference that HLC is considering bringing the 2 cup teapot back into production.
  • Claret – 2016 – 1 sold at the HLCCA conference auction.

Teapot – Large
Click here to see a photo of a large teapot by itself.
Holds 44 oz. – Measures 7-1/4″ height w/lid x 9″ spout to handle x 5-7/8″ body diameter.
Item Number: 0496
Item Number – Large teapot body: 0767
Item Number – Large teapot lid: 0768
Introduced 1986  Redesigned 1993
Produced in all colors EXCEPT Sapphire, Chocolate.
NOTES:

  • HLC had problems with the lids warping with the original design of the teapot. Sometime between 1989 to 1993 HLC redesigned the teapot. Click here to see a comparison photo.  The old version is on the left. You can even notice the warping of the lid.
  • Click here to see a comparison photo between the vintage, ironstone & post 86 teapots.
  • HLC announced in November, 2013 that this item would not be available in White, Black or Plum.

 

All measurements in size & volume are approximate.  This is pottery & each piece fires a little different than the next piece.

Fiesta® pitchers teapots carafes.  

updated 10-23-2016 – small disk pitcher

Sours: https://www.post86referenceguide.com/by-item/pitchers-teapots-carafes/

Fiesta® Coffee Servers (Post 1986)

Fiesta Coffee Servers
The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., "Over the Teacups," 1891

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In 1986, HLC included the coffee server in its original line of the reintroduced Fiesta. Referred to in product brochures as the covered coffee server, the original Vintage shape didn't form properly with vitrified clay. It warped and the corresponding lids rarely fit. There are pieces of this original style out there because it did go through a few production runs in , depite the high scrap rate.

The restyled coffee server have a completely different looking lid. Production ended in , however the company has produced small runs in later colors for promotional purposes.

How is the coffee server at pouring coffee? Try it and see.

The Post86 Coffee Server and Lid is item number 493. (Base 721 & Lid 722)

Collectors and sellers sell Fiesta coffee servers online every day. Check here for the current list of auctions and Buy It Now specials.

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Vintage Fiesta Coffee Pots & A.D. Demitasse (Stick Handled) Coffee Pots| Circa 1936-1959

Vintage Fiesta Coffee Pots (Regular C Handle Versions)     Ivory Fiesta Coffeepot Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1951: Finding vintage ivory fiesta pottery in like new condition should make even the most savvy collector smile. Here's a wonderful example of the vintage fiesta coffeepot in the original ivory glaze.

For Sale: $275

     Cobalt Fiesta Coffeepot Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1951: Cobalt Vintage Fiesta Coffeepot in excellent, original condition. Slip cast as one piece with the lid cast separately and the finial applied by hand. Marked in the mold. This example is in spectacular condition.

For Sale: $325

     Fiesta Vintage Original Yellow Coffee Pot: Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1959: The fiesta coffee pot stands a little over 10" high and is the 2nd tallest piece in the entire line after the 12" vase. Part of the original line in 1936, production continued until the beginning of 1959. Slip cast in the mold, including the handle, finial would be cast seperately and hand joined to the lid.

For Sale: $275

     Fiesta Vintage Original Turquoise Coffee Pot: Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Circa 1937-1959: Standing only second in height to the twelve inch vase, the fiesta coffeepot draws a demanding presence. 10 1/2" h x 8" wide.

For Sale: $325

Vintage Fiesta 50s Color Rose Coffee Pot for Sale Buy Online Gift: Hard to Find Go-Along Fiestaware Pottery For Sale

Circa 1951-1959: It will be the vintage fiesta colors of the 50s, Rose, Charteuse, Forest Green and Gray, that will allude the collectors. The large holloware fiesta pieces of the 50s will prove hard to find, produced in far less quantities. This example in the great dusty rose is in perfect condition and will delight the collector.

Standing only second in height to the twelve inch vase, the fiesta coffeepot draws a demanding presence. 10 1/2" h x 8" wide. The forest green coffeepot is a collectors prize and will showcase itself as the tallest piece produced in the 50s colors. This example is perfect.

For Sale: $425

Vintage Fiesta A.D. Demitasse (Stick Handled) CoffeepotsVIntage Fiestaware, Original Red, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: The stick handled design is only found on a few of the fiestaware pieces. Here it is showcased on one of the most prized possessions in the Fiesta collection — the Stick Handled Demitasse Coffeepot. Referred to as a Chocolate Pot by designer Fredick Rhead, the AD coffeepot will serve 8 demitasse cups (or 4 twice!). The piece was highly labor intensive to make, consisting of four individually cast parts, with the finial and the handle being hand applied. The spout hole was even created manually and can thus vary in size. Standing a respectable 7 5/8" tall and 6 7/8" wide. The Fiesta After Dinner Coffeepot may stand as the most elegant piece in the line.

For Sale: $585

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Yellow, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: This example boasts spectacular color without damage and showcases original yellow fiesta glaze on one of the finest vintage fiesta pieces available. Glaze color skip on back edge of lid, quality controller stamped "MP" on underside of lid, marked in the mold on bottom, without any damage. Spectacular piece to add to your collection.

For Sale: $545

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Green, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: This example boasts spectacular color without damage and showcases original green fiesta pottery on one of the finest vintage fiesta pieces available.

For Sale: $575

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Ivory, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: Lovers of the creamy, butter color of vintage Fiesta in Ivory will love this prisitine example of one of the finest pieces in the pottery line. Very clean with no damage or use, spectacular example of the great vellum ivory glaze.

For Sale: $585

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Cobalt Blue, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Vintage Fiesta After Dinner Demitasse Coffeepot  in Original Blue Glaze »

Circa 1936-1942: The Fiesta After Dinner Coffeepot may stand as the most elegant piece in the line. An abundance of decoration covers the body. The handle is fully fluted and joins the body in a drape of concentric rings. The angled design of the spout harkens to classic art-deco structures of the era. Lovers of the rich, deep color of vintage Fiesta Original Blue glaze will love this prisitine example of one of the finest pieces in the pottery line. Very clean with no damage or use, spectacular example of the great luserous Original Blue glaze. Immaculate piece to add to your collection.

For Sale: $545

VIntage Fiestaware, Original Ivory, Demitasse Coffeepot, A.D., Stick Handle, Rare Pottery For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: The vintage Fiesta Red Stripe pottery is extremely rare and desirable. Occasionally you will find a 7, 9 or 10" vintage fiesta plate with the three red stripes. All pieces beyond the plate become even more rare– add the already more limited demitasse piece and you have yourself a really rare find.

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 Fiesta Vintage Red Coffepot Radioactive Fiestaware For Sale

Circa 1936-1942: The vintage fiesta coffeepot is one of the classic, iconic designs of the line. Slip cast with finial joined by hand and hand worked on the foot and jiggered concentric rings. The coffee pot is second in height only to the 12" vase. This example in the original red is in perfect collector quality condition. This example in the very popular red color is in excellent condition without damage, touch-ups or repairs, no chips or cracks and no damage, just a stunning, vibrant glaze on this original Fiesta red coffeepot.

SOLD

      Rare Fiesta Vintage Chartreuse Coffeepot 50s Fiestaware For Sale

Circa 1951-1959: One of the highlights of my personal collection is this factory mint chartreuse coffee pot in the illusive 50s glaze. Changing colors in the 50s brought on a whole new look for fiesta. Lasting less than a decade, the original chartreuse glaze remains iconic as the tropical color in vintage fiesta. Extremely hard to find and even harder to find in perfect condition, this highly desirable piece is sure to please even the most advanced collector. 10 1/2" h. Circa 1950-1959.

SOLD

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