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Denwar Ceramics (aka Denwar Studios) of Costa Mesa, California was formed in 1946 by Esther Sietmann Warner and her husband Jo Dendel (hence: Den-War). Their dinnerware was very popular in the 1950s. In the later years they turned their interests to fiber arts, such as weaving and spinning. This dinnerware is getting more and more popular with collectors. So far I have only been able to find pieces in Thatch, Guinea Gold and Cola Brown. The missing color is Gibi Green.


Bantu Cola Brown

The Denwar Bantu pattern is similar to other speckled patterns of its day, such as Laurel's California Life. However, the main difference is the shapes this dinnerware took. The lines were considered "modern" for their time and were inspired by the shape of an egg.

Denwar Ceramics Bantu Cola Brown Soup Bowl

Bantu Guinea Gold

The Denwar Bantu pattern is similar to other speckled patterns of its day, such as Laurel's California Life. However, the main difference is the shapes this dinnerware took. The lines were considered "modern" for their time and were inspired by the shape of an egg.

Denwar Ceramics Bantu Guinea Gold Cup

Bantu Thatch

The Denwar Bantu pattern is similar to other speckled patterns of its day, such as Laurel's California Life. However, the main difference is the shapes this dinnerware took. The lines were considered "modern" for their time and were inspired by the shape of an egg.

Denwar Ceramics Bantu Thatch Cup

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