Wednesday, August 8, 2012

A Lot Of Riviera!

Rivera dinnerware is Homer Laughlin's Art Deco celebration of colored glazes on a square shape. I started collecting this vintage dish line in 2008 when I found several pieces on a trip to Maine. There was plenty of room in the corner cabinet for my new finds.

This past Saturday was too hot to play outside, so I spent the day enjoying and arranging four year's worth of Riviera finds.

What a lot of Riviera!


  1. Wow, you have quite a collection. I love the bright colors and the shape of the teapots!

  2. Oh my goodness!! Such a fabulous collection! I am loving all the beautiful colors.
    Thanks so much for sharing and have a wonderful night!
    Aledia @ Plum Perfect

  3. I love all of the great colors! That's quite a collection-enjoy:@)

  4. I love both Riviera and Harlequin and collect a few pieces when I can find them. Most of my huge Fiesta collection is my everyday dinnerware in almost every color. I could have more vintage Fiesta, but it's fun to find it a piece at a time...sometimes by accident at thrift store. =D

  5. Gorgeous!! It is hard to find here which is weird since I know it was sold here. I have a casserole dish that my grandmother bought for her sister-in-law. My aunt (my mom's aunt) gave it to my mom in the late '80's.

  6. I love your colorful dishes, they are just happy. I love Homer Laughlin...I have some state plates and black and white stuff of his. I did have a Big Tex plate I adored, but I broke it...I am too clumsy to collect a bunch of glassware.