Pfaltzgraff Winterberry is the fifth best-selling Christmas pattern at Replacements, Ltd. An elegantly scallop-shaped pattern, Winterberry whiteware features garlands of holiday greenery and iridescent red berries that are absolutely beautiful. A terrific selection of pieces is available, from place settings (which include multi-motif salad/accent and luncheon/accent plates featuring birds) to serving pieces, from candlesticks to mixing bowls, from napkin rings to glassware. Take a moment to have a look at the Winterberry selection at our secure, easy-to-use web site.
Our special offer is a 4-piece set of the Pfaltzgraff Winterberry hand-painted goblets. Beautifully shaped and balanced, the goblets feature a red stem and foot, and hand-painted green holly leaves with bright red berries on the bowls. It’s such a festive design! Where else but Replacements, Ltd. could you find such a beautiful gift item or glassware for your own table?
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 the area, and partnered with Falsgraff to locate a pottery factory in Freystown, PA. In 1839, the factory began producing tableware - jugs, pitchers, and ports. Very little is known about the pottery produced at the Freystown factory; almost no records have survived. But over the years the company moved locations and grew, diversifying into glassware and flatware, and the Pfaltzgraff company emerged as a leader in the American dinnerware market.
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