Yorktowne dinnerware is a dinnerware collection by Pfaltzgraff dinnerware, a division of Lifetime Brands, Inc. It has gained popularity in current days. The Pfaltzgraff dinnerware pattern is based on a classic stoneware pattern that was introduced in 1967.
Crocks and jugs that were distributed by The Pfaltzgraff Co. in the 60s inspired this collection which is currently in production.
What I like about this Pfaltzgraff dinnerware pattern is it is ideal for complementing antique or vintage décor. The pattern is pretty simple, so it doesn't take away from the rest of interior decorations. Rather, it just fits in.
The classic dinnerware pattern features a blue floral motif and a blue band. It appears to be made using the early salt-glaze techniques which were first introduced in the 1200s. This type of glaze was beyond popular throughout the centuries and from country to country.
Because the pattern is part of a dinnerware collection, in addition to dinnerware sets, there are complementary items ranging from serveware and glassware to floor mats and trivets. This makes this pattern ideal for collecting.
The glassware selections are great. Stemless wine glasses are available along with cooler glasses to meet all of your serving needs.
The serveware is phenomenal. There are platters and oval bowls along with all of standard serving items. Unique items include corn dishes. I absolutely love the mini-jug salt and pepper set.
If you prefer to make up a square dinnerware set, there are square dishes available in the classic Pfaltzgraff dinnerware pattern.
Among the choices, you will see modern latte coffee cups, coasters, stove burner covers, vinyl placemats, and even wall hangings and a kitchen clock. Pfaltzgraff has made good choices to bring a vintage look into a modern kitchen.