I started collecting Pfaltzgraff in the early years with four simple Village dinner plates. While not crazy about yellow/brown, I was introduced to Yorktowne by my mother. I now have over 2000 pieces of Yorktowne, and from there branched out into 'micro collections'. These include 1930's York Pottery crocks and vases, Muggsies and other rare pieces. Being such an avid collector, I am fully aware of the wants and needs of customers searching for the same level of quality that I seek personally. I have been blessed to meet many sellers in my time. MANY have given in to the need for, shall we say 'more lucrative avenues'. I have, and never will lose my niche of Pfaltzgraff, even though I sell a small percentage of other higher end items and glass supplies. As sad as it was to see Pfaltzgraff sold, we WILL go on together.