Pfaltzgraff Dinnerware

For almost 200 years the Pfaltzgraff brand has been associated with the highest quality ceramic products available for the home. The company grew from a modest-size pottery shop that produced simple earthenware, salt-glazed stoneware crocks and even flower pots into one of the best known designers and marketers of dinnerware, glassware, ceramic accessories, giftware and other products. Several Pfaltzgraff patterns are among the best-loved dinnerware designs in America, including Yorktowne, Folk Art, Naturewood and Pistoulet.

Pfaltzgraff is now part of Lifetime Brands, a leading designer, developer and marketer of home products by some of America's best known and most respected brands, including Farberware, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Hoffritz, Wallace and more.

Pfaltzgraff has a long-standing tradition of excellence in craftsmanship, quality and service, and today, like never before and like nowhere else, this tradition extends to the finest, widest variety of home products available in the best home brands. Pfaltzgraff’s world-wide market is a far cry from its earliest days, when after immigrating to the United States in the early 1800s and setting up shop in York County, Pennsylvania, the company’s market consisted of "as far as you can get with a horse and a wagon and then get back home the same day."

A major expansion of the Pfaltzgraff company occurred in the late 1890s with the opening of a new, modern plant that served to streamline production and being adjacent to a railine, also to expedite shipments to customers in a wider geographic area. However, a few short years later, the company almost saw its end, when that factory burned to the ground in 1906. The few salvageable remnants of the structure - a few bricks and girders - were used in the building of their new factory, which still stands today, as a symbol of the company’s resiliency and durability.

On this page, see Pfaltzgraff Dinnerware in the Antiqued Hen, April, Aria, Basketweave, Beach Ball,
Briar, Calico, Cambria, Cardinal and Holly, Catalina, Catalina Cobalt, Catalina Turquoise,
Cayman, Chateau, Christmas Rejoice and Colebrook Patterns.

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