• Serape Serape

    For a dinnerware set that will transport your guests to a land of sunshine, tradition, color and wonder, you cannot go wrong with the Serape dinnerware set from HF Coors. The vibrant hues inspired from the Mexican serape, or "blanket", define this Southwestern dinnerware pattern...rich turquoise blues, mesquite tree greens, and golden yellows.

  • Terra Patina Terra Patina

    The namesake of this set, Terra Patina, comes from the Spanish word terra, or earth, and the artisan’s word “patina”, a term used to describe the wear of a color as it ages. Enjoy this classic banded design featuring a subdued white center surrounded by a cool light brown—the color of the aged leather of a tried-and-true saddle or well worn chaps.

  • American Bistro (Narrow Rim) American Bistro (Narrow Rim)

    A narrow rim, white dinnerware - a classic, traditional solution for everyday dinnerware as well as formal dining occasions. Chefs love white dinnerware as their culinary creations "pop" against it's background. Many consumers enjoy the simplicity, tradition and pureness of an all white dinnerware.

  • American White (Wide Rim) American White (Wide Rim)

    A wide rim, white dinnerware - a classic, traditional solution for everyday dinnerware as well as formal dining occasions. Chefs love it as their culinary creations "pop" against a white background. Many consumers enjoy the simplicity, tradition and pureness of an all white dinnerware.

  • Sedona Sedona

    Inspired by the beauty of Sedona, AZ. The burnt orange exterior band of each plate symbolizes Arizona’s vast reservoir of copper, while the interior ring is for the world-famous Sleeping Beauty turquoise that is so prized by collectors. The small green and red dots, within the burnt orange band, are the artist's interpretation of seed pods, representing the determined plant life that grows in the harsh Sonoran Desert.

  • Della Terra Della Terra

    Della Terra envokes the simple, yet rich, beauty of the earth. With its clay and glazes mixed from the powder up and its Earth toned hand painted rim, you can't get much more natural and pure than this.

  • Bella Flora Bella Flora

    A 35 year old favorite dinnerware pattern for restaurant and residential tabletops. Bella Flora has a classical yet distinct, vibrant blue floral pattern encircling a light, warm yellow of the plate’s center creating a sense of warmth at your dinner table.

  • Carousel Red Carousel Red

    In contrast to our Carousel Blue pattern’s cool, “oasis-in-the-desert” feel, a Carousel Red place setting, with it's hand painted red rims and yellow centers, plays directly to the cloudless days, unlimited sunshine, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets for which Tucson, Arizona is so well known.

  • Carousel Blue Carousel Blue

    The perfect complement to an Arizona summer, our Carousel Blue dinnerware set is an oasis of cool blue and sea green in the dry heat of the Sonoran Desert—a most refreshing sight during our sunny Tucson days, and a subtle allusion to our cool, clear nights.

  • Community Food Bank Community Food Bank

    "A heart made with a fork and wheat shaft..." The Community Food Bank of Southern AZ asked HF Coors for a custom-designed dinnerware set to compliment the fine work of their chefs-in-training at Caridad Community Kitchen. Caridad serves 400 meals a day to people in need. The hand painted logo, a heart made with a fork and a wheat shaft symbolizes their mission.

  • Eggshell White - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow Eggshell White - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow

    Raised on the rim of this eggshell dinnerware is the famous "Whirling Arrow" design. Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired to create this design by an Indian petroglyph which, to him, looked like two hands clasping together in friendship. The classic geometrical design paired with matte glazed dinnerware provides a contemporary and earthy experience.

  • Fern Green - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow Fern Green - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow

    Raised on the rim of this fern green dinnerware is the famous "Whirling Arrow" design. Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired to create this design by an Indian petroglyph which, to him, looked like two hands clasping together in friendship. The classic geometrical design paired with matte glazes provides a contemporary and earthy experience.

  • Slate Gray - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow Slate Gray - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow

    The design: Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired to create the Whirling Arrow design by an Indian petroglyph which, to him, looked like two hands clasping together in friendship. The matte glaze color: A handsome, luxurious Charcoal Gray

  • Cherokee Red - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow Cherokee Red - Frank Lloyd Wright - Whirling Arrow

    The design: Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired to create the Whirling Arrow design by an Indian petroglyph which, to him, looked like two hands clasping together in friendship. The matte glaze color: Cherokee Red was a personal favorite of Frank Lloyd Wright's. He used it in many of his architectural settings. In 2012, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation asked HF Coors to create a dinnerware pattern utilizing the now famous Whirling Arrow design.

  • Spree Lime Spree Lime

    Each Spree pattern gives your dining room a dash of color without taking away from the minimalist nature of this pattern and the beauty of the main course itself. Spree is available in the following colors: red, blue, lime, purple. All Spree colors compliment each other. So please, feel free to mix and match.

  • Spree Purple Spree Purple

    Each Spree pattern has just enough to give your dining room a dash of color, without taking away from the minimalist nature of this pattern and the beauty of the main course itself. Spree is available in the following colors: red, blue, lime, purple. All Spree colors compliment each other. So please, feel free to mix and match.

  • Spree Red Spree Red

    Each Spree pattern has just enough to give your dining room a dash of color, without taking away from the minimalist nature of this pattern and the beauty of the main course itself. Spree is available in the following colors: red, blue, lime, purple. All Spree colors compliment each other. So please, feel free to mix and match.

  • Spree Blue Spree Blue

    Each Spree pattern has just enough to give your dining room a dash of color, without taking away from the minimalist nature of this pattern and the beauty of the main course itself. Spree is available in the following colors: red, blue, lime, purple. All Spree colors compliment each other. So please, feel free to mix and match.

  • Aztec Lime Aztec Lime

    Aztec Lime dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Aztec Mango Aztec Mango

    Aztec Mango dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Aztec Turquoise Aztec Turquoise

    Aztec Turquoise dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Aztec Eggplant Aztec Eggplant

    Aztec Eggplant dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Aztec Red Aztec Red

    Aztec Red dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Aztec Cornflower Blue Aztec Cornflower Blue

    Aztec Cornflower Blue dinnerware has a raised rim of Aztec pyramid shapes, a nod to our southwest heritage. Aztec is available in many colorful assortments...all created to mix and match as you like.

  • Mimbreño Dinnerware Mimbreño Dinnerware

    Mimbreno Dinnerware Available Soon~ (Mimbreno mugs are currently available) Inspired by artwork of the ancient peoples from the Mimbres Valley, NM, the collectible Mimbreno dinnerware pattern was designed in 1937 by Mary Jane Colter for the Fred Harvey Co. It was originally manufactured by the Onondaga Pottery Company in Syracuse, NY. HF Coors carries on the "Made in USA" tradition by manufacturing high quality Mimbreno dinnerware reproductions in Tucson, AZ USA.