The Fiesta Tableware Company, makers of the iconic Fiesta® dinnerware, invites you to visit their 37 acre facility located in Newell, West Virginia, where American hand- crafted quality still remains after 150 years. Shop for your home in the retail outlet or schedule a tour to see how your dinnerware is brought to life.

Founded in 1871 by Mr. Homer Laughlin, The Fiesta Tableware Company has been family owned and operated by the Wells family for four generations. Specializing in high-fired, lead- free glazes, The Fiesta Tableware Company remains the largest domestic pottery, employing over 500 skilled workers in facilities that span over a mile on the banks of the Ohio River.

Call 1-800-452-4462 for tour reservations.

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  • Reagan Emmerling
    Reagan Emmerling
    6 months ago

    I went to the Fiesta Tent Sale and got beautiful dish ware for such an amazing deal! I got a 12 piece dinner plate, bowl, and appetizer dish set, (and a wooden spoon holder!) for a total of $74! I couldn’t believe it! When I went the sale was outside. There was a worker limiting how many people could be in the tent at a time, and shopping carts were provided. There were so many beautiful options to choose from. I get so many compliments on our dinning set.

  • Debra T
    Debra T
    5 months ago

    I have been a big fan of FiestaWare for most of my life. I finally got some around 20 years ago and I’m 62. I also finally went to the outlet store and it was a lot of fun. I could not believe how great the quality was in the 2nds. I found a cobalt cup that I wanted with a bit of color missing from the bottom. Not a dealbreaker. You just have to take your time and look through the piles and piles of items. I went today and it was Saturday and I think it was mostly picked through. There was still a lot of things, but I would suggest going sometime during the weekday. I did buy some items as gifts in the new color of Jade. But they did not have the dinner plate😭. I will be back for sure. There is also a restaurant supply side. The stuff there is nice too. p.s. be sure to go see the pile of broken dishes across from the outlet store.

  • Maura L
    Maura L
    a year ago

    This is a great place! You can get anything Fiesta here. We loved the front of the store and then the back has the second section where we we able to find exactly what we needed. We weren’t able to do the tour when we went but maybe another time. The gals working that day were super nice. Would love to go back again!

  • Jennifer McKevitt
    Jennifer McKevitt
    a week ago

    Great quality products, but FedEx, their carrier of choice, leaves their fragile products anywhere but at buyer's homes. When informed, Fiesta was unconcerned. Seems they care more about their contract with FedEx than satisfying their customers. Done with shopping there.

  • S Lucas
    S Lucas
    a year ago

    Friendly staff. Good selection for the seconds, even for the retired and restaurant line across the seconds room. Did the 1 hour factory tour which was very interesting and informative. This is a must see activity for a fiesta fanatic. The small museum in itself has lots of pieces that have historical value. After each tour, a souvenir coaster is given.