We are back from Ohio and I’m finally getting caught up enough to blog. Had a great time visiting family — more on that later — thought I’d start with where we went first while everyone else had to work: the Factory Outlet at Homer Laughlin China Co. This is where all of the Fiesta in the world is made.
It’s in Newell, West Virginia — right next to the Ohio River. It was built in 1907 — a really neat building with lots of character. We had a tons of fun, but one warning — don’t go there when you’re hungry!
We have all colors of Fiesta — we could never settle on just a few colors — I love opening the dishwasher and finding neat color combos to use in stamping projects.
6 Replies to “It’s a Fiesta!”
Hey, I know that place!!! Who took the picture of you and Jason?
It was one of the ladies who work there — you can see her reflection in the window!
How neat is that! And I finally get to see a picture of you and your hubby! Love the photo you took of the Fiesta ware and the river/clouds.
Put up a picture of your tiles!! U guys look great. WISH i would have seen ya in person :’-(
Love the photo! I used to live in WV and right before moving to TX we visited the outlet. I too couldn’t settle on just one color so it’s nice to know there’s someone else out there (coincidentally in Austin) that has a mutlicolor Fiesta collection.
I couldn’t believe what the outlet considered “seconds”. It all looked great to me. I was able to get some of the hard to find colors like a lime green and light purple. Did you bring home any great finds?
Thanks for sharing the photo.
I really like all the colors of the tiles and the fiesta China.
(yes, the Todd you work with. Hi Jason!)
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