Broken Edge was a proposed line of dinnerware from 1939. Only six pieces were modeled: four plates with varying rim thickness, a teacup, and saucer. Since it didn't go into production, it never received an official name. The descriptor "broken edge" is what it was referred to in company records. Some pieces were also described as being "like Wedgwood" so Broken Edge was more than likely inspired by a line by Wedgwood pottery.
The following examples are from the collection of the FiestaŽ Tableware Company. They were glazed in the pastel colors from Serenade which was new at the time.