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Posted 2 years ago

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Mysterious…
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I Got a Piece of Fiesta Ware from a Garage Sale amongst other Mugs...it was the Only One in the Bunch Unfortunatly!

Can anyone Verify a Aprox Age of this Marking on it?

HLC - Fiesta - USA

Thanks

Mystery Solved

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  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 2 years ago
    There are lots of Fiesta folk here, they should be able to help date it.
  2. MysteriousGT1, 2 years ago
    Ok, Thanks for the Info Tony!
  3. MysteriousGT1, 2 years ago
    Whats the Best Site and/or Book for Identifying stamps or Patterns on Fiestaware...Im Going to be Tracking them Down in the Future and need a Guide to tell age or Rarity!
  4. Elizabethrose, 2 years ago
    The color seems to be newer; however, the design is one of the true classics in the Fiesta line - the Tom and Jerry mug - which was originally designed by Frederick Hurton Rhead in the middle of 1936. The cup handle with the trademark Fiesta ring pattern elegantly stylized is arguably one of the best industrial designs. Where does the name "Tom and Jerry" come from? It's not from the cartoon characters. Actually, it is a old fashioned term for drinking mugs, based on an alcoholic drink made with rum and eggs that was popular back in the 1800's.

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