Made in the U.S.A. in 1976 (the year of America's Bicentennial) the Pfaltzgraff Village stoneware pattern Custard Cups feature a charming Early American style design on a rich variety of different types of pieces. Although now discontinued, the stoneware remains a favorite both here and abroad.
The custard cups measure about 3.5-inches diameter by 3-inches tall. The Pfaltzgraff logo is impressed into the base.
They can be used for custards, tarts, pudding, just odds and ends or even more! (We used these as tea cups with our Pfaltzgraff tea pot and they worked wonderfully!)
Although we only brought out three for the photos here, price is for the set of six.
These six custard cups show no wear, no chips, cracks or crazing. However you choose to use them, we'll bet you enjoy them!