Caroline Ripén

Caroline Ripén

Caroline Ripén
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50's Chartreuse produced for ten years, and in lower quantity than the original Fiesta colors, collecting vintage chartreuse can be a challenge. Chartreuse was introduced along with forest green, gray and rose ushering in a more delicate, softer look to the china. The color was popular enough that the company produced a special two-year run. In 2009 continued the tradition by producing lemongrass, a slightly lighter shade of chartreuse.

vintage Fiesta colors: chartreuse and rose. Another view of two retired Fiestaware colors. For a bolder pink and green check out Flamingo and Lemongrass

I suffer from a lifelong obsession with dishes, and if I wasn’t painfully aware of how impractical it would be for me to own eighty different patterns of china, well…I’d own eight…

Pioneer Woman (Ree Drummond) has an extensive collection of these Jadite dishes made by Anchor hocking glass company in the and I need to start building my collection. I love that they can be simple yet elegant at the same time.