From about 1930 to the 1970s, American potteries made dinnerware sets that were sold in department stores and other sets of inexpensive everyday dinnerware. They were given as premiums in grocery stores and sold in dime stores and department stores. During the 1970s, many people who had never thought about collecting became interested in buying and using older dinnerware like solid-color Fiesta ware and decal-decorated dinnerware from Hall and Homer Laughlin.

American Dinnerware From 1930 To 1970

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