Top 20 Best-Selling Pfaltzgraff Patterns!
The Pfaltzgraff Pottery Company was founded in America by German immigrants. George Falsgraff, a potter and farmer by trade, opened a pottery in 1811 on 21 acres of land in York County, PA. In 1833, Johann George Pfaltzgraff moved from Germany to York County, and partnered with Falsgraff to locate a pottery factory in Freystown, PA. In 1839, the factory began producing earthenware using local red clay. In 1849, Pfaltzgraff sold the Freystown pottery, and moved to a more rural location outside of town. When Johann George died in 1872, his five sons took over the business, and expanded their lines to include stronger salt-glazed stoneware, and other pieces made from high quality imported clay. In 1894, two of Johann George’s sons, Henry and George teamed up to build a new, modern production facility to streamline and increase production. The factory was built next to a rail line to further increase the spread of Pfaltzgraff products. Most of the company’s records were lost when this factory burned down in 1906, but we do know that over the years the company changed locations and grew, diversifying into glassware and flatware, and eventually emerging as a leader in the American dinnerware market.
1 - Village by Pfaltzgraff
Introduced in 1976 (the year of America’s bicentennial), Pfaltzgraff Village features a charming Early American-style design rendered in dark brown against a light brown background. This is a fabulous stoneware pattern that includes a tremendous variety of different piece types!
2 - Yorktowne by Pfaltzgraff
White stoneware with a distinctive blue floral design, Yorktowne was introduced in 1967 to honor the town of York, Pennsylvania (a key city in early American history). Yorktowne offers an array of place-setting and serving pieces that’s second to none. Browse our great selection at the link above!
3 - Folk Art by Pfaltzgraff
Inspired by the early salt-glazed pottery Pfaltzgraff first produced, Folk Art features a rustic but graceful blue design set against an earth-tone background. Folk Art is a beautiful stoneware pattern that works well for any dining occasion!
4 - Heirloom by Pfaltzgraff
The Heirloom pattern is a fantastic representation of Pfaltzgraff’s commitment to impeccable tableware design. This alluring pattern features a delightful floral design and an elegant color palette. Heirloom is a pattern that will fit beautifully amongst both modern and vintage tablescapes.
5 - America by Pfaltzgraff
The America stoneware pattern by Pfaltzgraff showcases a variety of charming, rustic motifs based on designs taken from the “Bird of Paradise” quilt currently housed in the American Folk Art Museum. Click on the link above to take a look at all the America pieces we have in stock!
6 - Heritage-White by Pfaltzgraff
Pfaltzgraff Heritage-White is a beautifully understated and elegant pattern. Each piece in Heritage-White showcases an eye-catching 12-sided shape. Created by designer George Briard in 1962, this distinctive pattern captures the essence of Pfaltzgraff’s tableware artistry.
7 - Christmas Heritage by Pfaltzgraff
Pfaltzgraff’s Christmas Heritage was first introduced in 1981. Featuring the same distinctive 12-sided shape as Heritage-White, the pieces in Christmas Heritage are adorned with a fully trimmed Christmas tree. At the base of the tree is a charming, detailed toy village scene. This is a terrific pattern for any holiday table!
8 - Tea Rose by Pfaltzgraff
Pfaltzgraff Tea Rose features an exquisite, asymmetrical floral design rendered in a variety of enchanting pastel colors, and is available in a remarkable assortment of piece types. Check the link above to browse a great selection of Tea Rose pieces. It’s easy to see why Tea Rose remains one of our most popular Pfaltzgraff patterns!
9 - Naturewood by Pfaltzgraff
Casual, multi-motif china featuring earth-tone colors with beehives, garden watering cans, leaves, flower pots, birdhouses, and garden tools in its design, Pfaltzgraff Naturewood offers a fantastic range of choices for place settings, serving pieces, glassware, gifts, and accessories.
10 - Sky by Pfaltzgraff
The beautiful Sky pattern by Pfaltzgraff features a white stoneware body that is accented with light blue and dark blue bands. Over the years, Sky has become an American favorite. This versatile pattern is perfect for gift-giving, sure to be enjoyed for years to come!
11 - Aura-Pink by Pfaltzgraff
Similar in design to the Sky pattern above, Pfaltzgraff Aura-Pink features an exquisite color palette. The enchanting design of Aura-Pink will complement your other tableware to set an unforgettable table – this is a terrific year-round pattern.
12 - Remembrance by Pfaltzgraff
Both charming and sophisticated, the popularity of Remembrance is evidenced by the fact that the pattern was produced by Pfaltzgraff for many years (from 1988 to 2010). This grand pattern features a scalloped shape which is decorated with a delicate floral design and flowing embossed elements.
13 - Winterberry by Pfaltzgraff
One of our best-selling holiday patterns, Pfaltzgraff Winterberry features garlands of holiday greenery and iridescent red berries. We have a terrific selection of Winterberry pieces available, from place settings and serving pieces to accessories and even glassware. Take a moment to have a look at this gorgeous holiday pattern!
14 - Juniper by Pfaltzgraff
Juniper by Pfaltzgraff features a chic design and an alluring color palette – you'll love the way this pattern looks on your table! Juniper will look great year-round, with a wide range of decors and tableware. Pieces from this pattern also make impressive gifts for any occasion.
15 - Gourmet-Brown by Pfaltzgraff
Gourmet-Brown is a fantastic Pfaltzgraff pattern – it’s fairly “dripping” with originality and style! We have a fabulous selection of Gourmet-Brown pieces, and at terrific values. With this pattern, it’s easy to imagine wowing guests with eye-catching tablescapes.
16 - Amalfi Classic by Pfaltzgraff
High-quality stoneware, Amalfi Classic features a unique marbleized geometric design that echoes the classical traditions of the magnificent Amalfi coast of Italy, near Vesuvius and ancient Pompeii. Amalfi Classic is so stylish and versatile that it’s perfect for mixing and matching with other tableware patterns.
17 - Yuletide by Pfaltzgraff
A white Christmas rose, holly leaves and greenery, and bright red berries make Pfaltzgraff white Yuletide a wonderfully traditional holiday pattern. Yuletide is an extremely versatile bone china pattern that’s at home on any holiday table.
18 - Trousseau by Pfaltzgraff
Trousseau by Pfaltzgraff is alluring stoneware featuring delicate floral sprays. Browse our complete selection of Trousseau pieces by following the link above - once you’ve had a look at these pieces, you’ll understand why this pattern has enjoyed such great popularity!
19 - Midnight Sun by Pfaltzgraff
First produced in 1990, Pfaltzgraff Midnight Sun showcases a distinctive black-on-black geometric design. This is a wonderful pattern for both formal and casual tables. Midnight Sun is beautiful and versatile, so be sure to browse our fantastic selection in this enchanting pattern at the link above.
20 - Wyndham by Pfaltzgraff
The last of our Top 20 Pfaltzgraff patterns is Wyndham. With its pastel colors and exquisite floral design, Wyndham complements a wide range of crystal, silver, and linens, year round. We carry a wide variety of Wyndham pieces in our inventory – be sure to have a look at the link above.
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