Five generations of family ownership and management led The Pfaltzgraff Company to become America's leading manufacturer and marketer of casual dinnerware and accessories for the home. As the oldest pottery maker in the United States, The Pfaltzgraff Company grew from a modest-size shop that once produced salt-glazed stoneware in the early 1800s to a large manufacturer that offers a full range of products and styles today. The Pfaltzgraff family of German immigrant potters began their company as a neighborhood pottery in 1811 in York, Pennsylvania.
When the Pfaltzgraffs arrived in the United States, they brought with them their skills as potters and craftsmen, along with a dedication to hard work. George Pfaltzgraff, handcrafted quality products that served his neighbors' needs, including crocks and jugs for storing the favorite foods of the York community. Pfaltzgraff stood as the oldest continuously operating pottery in the United States and was proud to call itself "America's Potter" until 2005 when the company was sold to Lifetime Brands.
Pfaltzgraff has a long-standing tradition of excellence in craftsmanship, quality, and service. When you choose Pfaltzgraff stoneware and casual china, you can be assured you have chosen quality. Pfaltzgraff patterns are designed to serve your family for many years, and will stand up to the rigors of everyday dining. Each piece is dishwasher and microwave safe — a must in today's busy world.
The Current Pfaltzgraff Patterns
There are quite a number of current Pfaltzgraff patterns at any given time. We provide pictures so you can see what the pattern looks like if you're not sure what the name of a pattern is. Pictures slow down the loading of pages in your browser, so we have divided the current Pfaltzgraff patterns into two sections. If you know the name of your pattern, click on the name directly below. If you want to browse the pictures of the available patterns, click on the purple box above the list of pattern names to see previews before selecting the pattern.
If you do not see your favorite pattern listed here, visit the Discontinued & Current Patterns section for a catalog of all Pfaltzgraff patterns that we have identified. If you are looking for a holiday pattern, check out the convenient Pfaltzgraff Holiday Patterns page. Some discontinued patterns are considered part of the Pfaltzgraff By Request Program, where you can purchase new pieces for your collection.