Can you think of ANYTHING that can’t be made out of Pewter? Neither can we!

That is why we carry such a huge stock of the finest pewter products offered for sale on this side of the Rio Grande.


From decorative utensils to stunning serving trays, bowls and trivets, you’ll find them all here in our gallery.

Pewter4There has always been a mystique to pewter. What is that material? Is it man-made or a natural element? Where does it come from? The ‘Did you know’ section at of this page will help de-mystify the material for you.

What can they make out of Pewter? Well, come on in to the gallery and let us show some of the hundreds of pewter items we have in stock!



Did you know?

Pewter, an alloy used for making jewelry, tableware, sculptures and small decorative items, is typically made from tin and copper, although variations of this are common. There are a variety of methods used to cast pewter, from those used hundreds of years ago to more modern techniques.
Whatever the method, casting pewter generally involves creating a mold and melting the alloy into it for casting.


There are many misconceptions, untruths, and misunderstandings related to pewter; here are some facts:

* Pewter is the fourth most precious metal, ranked just after gold, silver, and platinum.

* Pewter is not found in its natural state anywhere in the world. It is an alloy, comprised of a number of elements.

* Pewter’s primary element is tin; other elements may be copper, antimony, bismuth, silver or lead (the more tin, the higher the grade of pewter). A few years ago, the FTC established a standard for pewter, which in effect states that in order to be called “pewter,” a metal must contain a minimum of 90% Grade A tin.


NOTE: Items shown throughout the web site are samples of the vast inventory that we carry.
As almost all items are unique pieces of art, not all pieces are always available or exactly as shown.