Pewter is a malleable metal alloy, traditionally 85–99% tin, with the remainder
consisting of ... Pewter was first used around the beginning of the Bronze Age in
the Near East. The earliest pi...
Pewter is an attractive metal which has been used for the production of
household and other items in Britain since Roman times. It is an alloy consisting
mostly of ...
Pewter is one of the oldest metal alloys, first appearing in the 11th century. It was
first used for church vessels and then as cauldrons for cooking over open ...
Pewter used for food vessels must be lead free and contain 92% tin, 6.7%
antimony, and 1.2 % copper as required by both U.S. Government regulations
and the ...
Tin-based alloy used as a material from which domestic utensils were fashioned.
A brief treatment of pewter follows. For full treatment, see metalwork: Pewter.
Artists Don & Blenda Marquardt of Village Pewter create quality pewter pieces
that ... It is always wise to ask your pewtersmith what alloy was used to make your
Pewter is a metal alloy that is easy for craftsmen to cast and work to form a variety
of ornamental items or tableware. Unlike the pewter that graced the tables of ...
By then, pewter was beginning to be widely used for items such as chalices,
pilgrim badges and other ecclesiastical items. From the fourteenth century pewter
Pewter is the fourth most popular metal used in jewelry, behind gold, silver, and
platinum. In the past, lead was often ...
WHAT IS PEWTER...? Pewter is a metal which consists mainly of Tin with a small
amount of Copper and Antimony, which hardens the metal. Pewter used to ...