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At the Table: A Fall Transition with Pfaltzgraff Folk Art

I’m making the transition to fall and at the table with Pfaltzgraff Folk Art dinnerware. It still feels like summer here in North Carolina with temperatures in the high 80s. Pumpkins are slowly trickling into garden centers and I’m waiting not-so-patiently for Mother Nature to cooperate and brings us some crisp, fall weather! Early salt-glazed pottery crocks…

Scattered Leaves, Turkeys, and Pfaltzgraff Autumn Berry Dinnerware

I’m at the table with scattered leaves, turkeys, and Pfaltzgraff Autumn Berry Dinnerware.  Newly introduced by Pfaltzgraff, Autumn Berry dinnerware is bordered by a fall garland of oak leaves, acorns and berries.  A proud Tom Turkey struts his stuff in the center of Autumn Berry Salad Plates, ideal to serve a slice of pumpkin pie at your…

A Transitional Table, Paisley Swirls, and Pfaltzgraff Village Dinnerware

I’m at the table with Pfaltzgraff Village dinnerware. Introduced in 1976 and the year of America’s Bicentennial, Pfaltzgraff Village features an Early American-style design, inspired by early historic Pfaltzgraff earthenware salt-glazed crocks. You can read more beginnings of Pfaltzgraff and their 200+ year history of pottery and crocks here. I’d like to believe we’re on the cusp…