Pewterware 6 inch Pewter Plate-Dated 1670 Redware, Tinware & Pewterware Historic Housefitters

287 New Milford Turnpike (Rte 202)
PO Box 2305
New Preston, CT 06777-1606
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6 inch Pewter Plate-Dated 1670
6 inch Pewter Plate-Dated 1670 Early pewterware was made from a variety of alloys usually containing tin, copper, antimony and lead. The manufacturing process was one of casting to produce plates, cups, mugs and a wide assortment of other house wares. In the 18th century pewter was produced as a substitute for sterling silver and in widespread use as a more affordable alternative for setting the dinner table. The pewterware we offer is completely safe to use (it contains no lead), but unlike
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