Microwave Cooking for One by Marie T Smith

Shopping for Microwave Safe Dinnerware

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Pfaltzgraff Charlotte

Introduced in 2002. Inspired by the Pfaltzgraff family grounds, Charlotte dinnerware evokes the peace and beauty of a rose garden on a sunny afternoon. Charmingly varied, the dishes combine washes of pale yellow, eggshell blue, soft green, and rose. Scalloped edges and fine accent banding add a touch of refinement, while the sprinkled clusters of blooms and buds are both cheerful and intimate. Though suitable for a special occasion, these chip-resistant stoneware dishes are safe in the dishwasher, freezer, microwave, and oven, and durable enough for everyday use. Charlotte is part of The Rose Garden Collection. Charlotte features a summery yellow dinner plate sprinkled with roses and red buds. This pattern mixes and matches with Pfaltzgraff Marianna. This also pattern shares its name with a current pattern called Pfaltzgraff Charlotte that was produced from 2012 to 2013.

Pfaltzgraff retired Charlotte as of December 31, 2003. If you need replacement or additional pieces for your Pfaltzgraff Charlotte collection, monitor this page on a weekly basis for new listings. If you are in a hurry, here's what's available right now for immediate purchase:

Pfaltzgraff Charlotte Pattern Family

Pfaltzgraff Charlotte Dinner Plate

10¾-Inch Dinner Plate

Pfaltzgraff Charlotte Salad Plate

7½-Inch Salad Plate

Pfaltzgraff Charlotte Soup/Cereal Bowl

19-Ounce Soup/
Cereal Bowl

Pfaltzgraff Charlotte Pedestal Mug

9-Ounce Pedestal Mug

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Look for Pfaltzgraff Charlotte at eBay Auctions

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Eventually, your item should show up for sale.

When it comes to finding Pfaltzgraff that is difficult to find in stores near you, one of your best resources for acquiring the items you want is eBay, where there are a lot of wonderful finds still in the original boxes. We all receive those odd items as gifts that we have no need for and never use. Yet, one person's junk could be exactly the treasure you want.



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