Fiestaware Declares Paprika a Spicy Addition

After a century in business the makers of Fiestaware, the Homer Laughlin China Company, show no signs of slowing down. It would seem that they've come up with every color possible (they've had at least 39 colors in their history) for their famed glazed ceramic dinnerware which burst on the scene in 1936 and instantly became a favorite in homes throughout the U.S. The rich, bold colors work well in all types of home decor and complement virtually any style.

The latest addition to their rainbow of colors is an earthy paprika, inspired obviously by the Hungarian spice. Putting this newest hue next to the existing line's red, orange, green and blue provides even more versatility for homeowners looking to add to their collection.

Their dinnerware can be a bit pricey though - especially with it's by-the-piece pricing. For example, a single ramekin dish goes for $6.49 and a set of three mixing bowls for $139.99, and since the idea with these bold colors is to mix and match most pieces are sold individually.

We found a few less expensive options in the same shade.