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.
Pfaltzgraff Anniversary Crock. Straight sided contemporary manufactured crock with printed cobalt markings: "200th Anniversary Bust of Washington with 1732 - 1932, The Pfaltzgraff Pottery Co., 2 - inside a keystone , York, PA." 9 1/4"h.
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.
One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "H.B. PFALTZGRAFF / YORK PA.," circa 1875, semi-ovoid jug with thick spout, decorated with a large brushed-cobalt flower. As-made condition with a stone ping to shoulder. H 11 1/4".