Antique Pewter

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Pewter Oil Lamp

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Funnel, made of pewter.

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french pewter spoons

Alice & Eugene Louis Chanal hand-hammer pewter teapot ... dome shape with ridged sides and flat bottom, 1896, France

Pewter Tea Pot

View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - Hand-hammered pewter tea pot. Alice + Eugene Chanal.

English renaissance style pewter pitcher 7

English Renaissance-style (20th Century) pewter pitcher with scalloped and fluted design.

Antique "Sigg" Pewter Set Pitcher with Six Small Cups | eBay

Pewter Pitchers Antique Metalware | eBay

Antique "Sigg" Pewter Set Pitcher with Six Small Cups | eBay

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Pewter wine cup with cast decoration in relief. English, 1590-1610.. Museum Number 417-1905.

1800's english pewter tankard

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A pair of 16th century pewter dishes. The haul has been so well preserved in the sea bed that it is said to be as historically valuable as that raised from the wreck of the Mary Rose

Frozen in time: Divers recover stunning collection of British treasure

More than 1,200 items of the finest quality English pewter were recovered from the wreck of a galleon which is thought to have sunk around 1540.

Dinner set: This set of three twin-eared pewter porringers (small bowls) are estimated to fetch £3,000

Frozen in time: Divers recover stunning collection of British treasure

More than 1,200 items of the finest quality English pewter were recovered from the wreck of a galleon which is thought to have sunk around 1540.