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super cool vintage creamer and sugar bowl set in
the folk art design..this particular pattern was made
in July of 1980 and to this day is still one of the most
sought after of Pfaltzgraff salt glaze stoneware..the
cobalt blue design on the front of these are a symbol
of good luck and called distlefink..these very unique
little bird designs that are on the Pennsylvania Dutch
hex signs found in the Amish country..durable and will
look great in your country, hippie, cottage chic, or even
log cabin style kitchen..dishwasher safe, but I personally would wash them by hand..the lid has a hairline crack,
but it doesn't effect the appearance of the set what so ever..creamer measures: 4 1/2" tall..3 1/4" diameter..
sugar bowl measures 5" tall with lid on..4 1/2" tall w/o
3 1/2" in diameter..just a neat old set.

Pfaltzgraff Creamer and Sugar Bowl Vintage Stoneware Cobalt Blue Lids Tops Handles Coffee Tea Country Patterns Kitchen

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: salt glaze, ceramic
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
  • Favorited by: 17 people