Harlequin dinnerware was produced by the Homer Laughlin Company from 1938 to 1964, and sold without trademark by the F.W. Woolworth Co. It has a concentric ring design like Fiesta, but the rings are separated from the rim by a plain margin. Cup handles are triangular in shape. Seven different novelty animal figurines were introduced in 1939. Harlequin dinnerware was sold in five-and-dime stores and was the first choice of many newlyweds because it was so inexpensive. For more information, explore our identification guides for Harlequin, Homer Laughlin, and dinnerware patterns.