Over 150 lines of solid-colored dinnerware were produced in the United States from 1930 to 2000. This book focuses on the most popular lines from four major and five minor companies. Homer Laughlin's Fiesta; Taylor, Smith and Taylor; Knowles's Lu-Ray; and Mr. Clemens lines led in popularity. Behind them came Zephyr, Georgette, Sevilla, Romany and Rancho, and Camwood Ivory lines. Each of these companies is fully discussed, with their marks, colors and items identified and valued for today's antiques market.