Pewter, including Britannia Metal, a grey alloy of tin and lead, (now Tin, Copper and Antimony). Antiques of all shapes and sizes and uses including Candlesticks, pounce pots, pepper pots, inkwells, teapots, coffe pots and tankards.
A lovely example of antique Victorian mid 19th century pewter metalware. This stylish cast pewter high footed mug or tankard has a lovely deep patina ...View details
A bronze patinated spelter figurine of a greyhound licking a bandaged and splinted front leg standing on an simulated herringbone brickwork base. Ther...View details
A black patinated spelter figure of a Landseer lion mounted on an alabaster (marble look) plinth or base. This beautifully modelled majestic recumbent...View details
A very stylish, decorative and useful Arts and Crafts Tudric pewter tea set made by William Hasler for Liberty's of London. The set consists of a tea ...View details
A beautiful, very stylish and tactile Art Nouveau or La Belle Époque French pewter lidded box made in high relief repousse, hammered and chased work w...View details
A lovely art nouveau or belle epoque gilded metal epergne stand and clear wrythen glass trumpet or horn dating from circa 1880 to 1900, possibly Frenc...View details