WV Motherload

29 Jul

The Fiestaware arrived yesterday!  Who knew that something so basic as WV clay could spark such a fervor among so many? One huge box, with enough foam peanuts to satisfy a small preschool count, arrived. Within, were two smaller boxes, with additional “peanuts,” containing the precious WV colorful pottery. Sixteen pieces, in all.

We chose many colors, but my absolute favorite? Peacock blue.  There’s something mysterious about that shade of blue, for some odd reason. I remember seeing a magazine spread of a Victorian home, whose living room was painted in this same color–its woodwork trimmed in high gloss white. 

Have you ever seen a piece of shiny, colorful pottery that made you want to eat it? That’s what I felt like doing when I saw my Peacock-blue plate. 

As much as I feign over it, you really don’t need to worry about which color to choose. You can’t go wrong with any of the colors they offer.

BTW: Also ordered a couple of their striped glasses. One orange, the other yellow.  Each has the Fiestaware name etched at the bottom face of the glass. They are of proper weight and look really pretty in my glass-faced kitchen cabinets.  I think I shall order a few more, as everyone in my household is fighting over them. Really? Over glassware?

I’m convinced that one day, Fiestaware will be found in every American household, and then all will be right in the world. Or, at least, in America.

2 Responses to “WV Motherload”

  1. Lilly 08/12/2010 at 10:10 am #

    I am infatuated with Fiesta now, thanks to you. In fact, I’m making my first cup of coffee in the peacock blue mug. “Greens and blues are the colors I choose”…what song was that from?

    • mymotherstable 08/16/2010 at 5:23 pm #

      We were so happy to see your delight at the fine, Fiestaware. I had just as much fun opening the boxes for you. I want some of that Peacock blue.

      I will soon be posting a pic of my adorable new/old apron you got for me. Hook-shopping is in order.

      Kaukab’s daughter

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