Vintage Blue and White Creamer Pfaltzgraff Gravy Boat
Vintage Yorktowne Blue and White Pfaltzgraff Gravy Boat-
In 1833, potter Johann George Pfaltzgraff and his wife left Germany and immigrated to America. They moved in with a relative in York County, Pennsylvania who had started a small pottery business in 1811. Thier earliest pieces consisted of crockery and stoneware animal feeders. By the 1950s, durable and attractive modern kitchenware became all the rageso they introduced several new designs including Yorktowne.
This midcentury modern piece of Pfaltzgraff made in the late 1960s can be used for so many things including syrup, gravy, salad dressing, cream, or even a low-profile vase. It is a lovely solid piece of US ceramic history.
WHAT YOU GET: 1 gravy boat
Other blue dishes that look great together here:
Size and Markings: 3" Tall by about 4" wide at the bowl Stamp- Pfaltzgraff
Condition: No chips or cracks. Beautiful matte gray-white finish with only one small area of some kind of discoloration (see 3rd photo for close up).
Would make a nice birthday gift or housewarming gift for anyone who loves vintage collectibles.