PFALTZGRAFF Yorktowne, Pair Salad Plates, Dessert Plates, Castle Mark, Made in USA, Stoneware, Salt Glaze, Folk Art Pottery, Gift for Her

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PFALTZGRAFF Yorktowne, Pair Salad Plates, Dessert Plates, Castle Mark, Made in USA, Stoneware, Salt Glaze, Folk Art Pottery, Gift for Her

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Vintage from the 1970s

Material

Ceramic

This is a pair of Pfaltzgraff pottery's classic stoneware that can go from oven to table to refrigerator, and is decorated with Pfaltzgraff's extremely popular and attractive classic colonial design called Yorktown. The small round plates are made with Pfaltzgraff's heavy salt glazed stoneware pottery material, and are a good size for a single sandwich, salad or dessert.

It is also a neutral enough blue on grey speckled background pattern and color to mix with many other dishes and glassware.

Many things about the design and finish including the grey speckled background and satin glaze are reminiscent of the salt glaze techniques of the American colonial days, as is the hand-applied blue floral 7" in diameter. Pfaltzgraff introduced the classic stoneware pattern Yorktowne in 1967 and produced it in its plant in York, PA until economics forced the company to move production of its products to China in the late 1900s. This piece with its old castle mark was made in the York, PA factory and is generally considered much more desirable by buyers and collectors than the newer versions. The plates are in excellent condition -- great for you or to give as a gift.
This is a pair of Pfaltzgraff pottery's classic stoneware that can go from oven to table to refrigerator, and is decorated with Pfaltzgraff's extremely popular and attractive classic colonial design called Yorktown. The small round plates are made with Pfaltzgraff's heavy salt glazed stoneware pottery material, and are a good size for a single sandwich, salad or dessert.

It is also a neutral enough blue on grey speckled background pattern and color to mix with many other dishes and glassware.

Many things about the design and finish including the grey speckled background and satin glaze are reminiscent of the salt glaze techniques of the American colonial days, as is the hand-applied blue floral 7" in diameter. Pfaltzgraff introduced the classic stoneware pattern Yorktowne in 1967 and produced it in its plant in York, PA until economics forced the company to move production of its products to China in the late 1900s. This piece with its old castle mark was made in the York, PA factory and is generally considered much more desirable by buyers and collectors than the newer versions. The plates are in excellent condition -- great for you or to give as a gift.

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