Texas Cooking Logo

Vintage Medium Green Fiesta® (1961 - 1969)

Vintage Medium Green Fiesta Production: -

by Steve Labinski

Vintage Medium Green Fiesta

The Medium Green Is the Message

If green is the color of money, serious Fiesta collectors will need to be glowing with it to collect this color of vintage Fiesta. Introduced in 1961, it was the last color in the original Fiesta dinnerware line. HLC reinstated red in 1959, but by this time the company was sharply reducing production of Fiesta. Rose, gray, chartreuse and dark green were discontinued in 1959, as were many individual pieces.

In order to distinguish it from the other greens, collectors sometimes refer to medium green as "John Deere green" because of it's similarity to the John Deere line of green-painted tractors. Because of the smaller production and sales, today medium green has become the most highly prized and valuable of the colors.

The Collector's Encyclopedia of Fiesta by the Huxford's observes the cream soup in medium green as an extremely desirable item.

Check here to see what other collectors and sellers are currently selling from the Vintage Medium Green Fiesta line here.

Buy Fiesta® Dinnerware

Live auctions below. Good luck!

Texas Cooking is a proud member of the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association If you are interested in collecting this great dinnerware, look into this great organization.

Fiesta® is a registered trademark of the Homer Laughlin China Company, Newell WV. This website and its pages are not owned by Homer Laughlin China Company. We do not pretend to officially represent the Homer Laughlin China Company. They are the official experts - not us! We are simply enthusiastic collectors and fans of the china.