"Cowden & Wilcox" Harrisburg PA Stoneware Cream Pot
Charles W. Pfaltzgraff [1873-1929] was a son of Cornelius Pfaltzgraff who was a son of Johann George Pfaltzgraff, one of the original founders of the world renowned Pfaltzgraff Pottery of Manchester Township, York Co. PA. Charles, however, was a cousin to other Pfaltzgraff sons who made the Company what it is today. He did, though, work for the family business.
Scarce Three-Gallon Cobalt-Stenciled Pfaltzgraff Jug, York, PA origin, late 19th century, cylindrical jug with sloped shoulder and squared spout, stenciled "H.B. & J.B. PFALTZGRAFF / 3 / YORK, PA," accented with cross-like flourishes. Staining to base. Small area of light wear to midsection.
One-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "H.B. PFALTZGRAFF / YORK, PA," circa 1875, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and flattened rim, decorated with a large cobalt tulip extending across the front. Tight Y-shaped line on reverse. Hole drilled in underside. Small chip to side of rim.