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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pewter

Pewter is a malleable metal alloy. It is traditionally composed of 85–99% tin, mixed with copper, ... The second type, known as "trifling metal" or "trifle", was used for holloware and is made up of fine metal with approximately 4% lead. The last ...

www.craftedcupcompany.com/about-pewter

ABOUT OUR PEWTER TANKARDS. What is pewter? Many of the cups in our collection are made from pewter. Pewter is a metal alloy mostly made from tin, with ...

www.britannica.com/technology/pewter

pewter: Tin-based alloy used as a material from which domestic utensils were fashioned ... The earliest man-made objects were of stone, wood, bone, and earth.

villagepewter.com/about_pewter.htm

Pewter alloy is made of tin, bismuth, antimony, and sometimes copper or silver ... It is always wise to ask your pewtersmith what alloy was used to make your ...

www.pewtersociety.org/pewter/what-is-pewter

Once the Romans had left in the 5th century little pewter was made here until the craft was reintroduced in the 12th century, probably by Cistercian monks.

jewelryinfoplace.com/pewter

Pewter is primarily tin, with a small amount of copper, whereas bronze is an alloy made mainly of copper, with a small amount of tin. Pewter is considered to be a ...

www.hunker.com/13411375/what-is-pewter-used-for

Oct 31, 2009 ... Many decorative items are made of pewter. Examples include candlesticks, vases, dinner bells, napkin rings, wastebaskets, picture frames and ...

www.ramshornstudio.com/pewter.htm

Pewter was probably first made in the Bronze Age (between 2000 and 500 BC). Pewter and bronze are related alloys; pewter is mostly tin, with a small amount ...

www.aslpewter.com/index.php?action=howitsmade

How is Pewter Made? There are several processes that go into the production of a piece of fine pewter. These processes include casting, turning, and fabricating ...