Fine, Handcrafted Pewter in the Great American Tradition
Queen Anne Tea Set

Beautiful Pewter jewelry

We have all sorts of pewter jewelry that make terrific gifts. Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, and more.

Located in Beautiful Rural New Hampshire

Visit our shop any time of year and enjoy the beauty of historic New Hampshire

Unique Charm Bracelets

One of our newest and most popular products. Choose your charms and build your own.

A Family Tradition for Decades

Jonathan Gibson carries on his craft in the same 200 year old barn where he apprenticed as a young boy

Complete Settings for Every Occasion

Imagine your table laid out with our beautiful bowls, place-settings, and other tableware

Enhance your Table & Kitchen

We have custom made Bowls of all types, and Table Settings for every occasion.

Handsome Mugs

We have an assortment of beautiful Mugs and Tankards in different sizes and styles.

Light Up Your Home

We have a complete line of lovely pewter lamps and candle holders to brighten your home

Antique Pewter

Traditional old pewter is a source of inspiration for new (old) techniques. I also restore and sell antique pewter.

Spoons and Ladles

We have a great collection of beautiful Ladles and cast Spoons

A Little Something Sweet?

Add some elegance to your breakfast table with our Pitchers, Creamers, and Vases

Decorate Your Tree in Pewter

We have a growing collection of amazing pewter Christmas ornaments to brighten your tree


Say Goodbye to the Shopping Cart

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After careful deliberation, we’ve decided to retire the shopping cart function on our website. We wanted to add it as a convenience for our customers and try to provide some methods for tracking your orders.

However, the maintenance of the cart itself has proved to be a challenge and—weighed against some of the confusion it was causing—the decision to move on and revert to our older model seemed to be in order. Amazon and Etsy can have their carts… For our product line, a phone call is simpler and gets the job done just fine.

A Family Tradition

Gibson Pewter was founded in 1966 by Raymond Gibson and run as a seasonal family “cottage” business in the picturesque, and historic hilltop village of Hillsborough Center, New Hampshire for more than 20 years.

Today, second-generation pewterer, Jonathan Gibson—along with his wife and two daughters—carries on the craft year-round in the same 200 year old barn where he apprenticed as a young boy. Jon is a state juried member of the League of N.H. Craftsmen and has been recognized by Early American Life Magazine as one of Americas 200 top traditional craftsmen since 1992.

New Shop Fundraiser

Dear Friends of Gibson Pewter

Camille and I have been searching carefully for several years for a new home for our small family business, Gibson pewter.

The stars finally aligned for Camille and me this year. We listed our home for sale in March and by the end of May we closed the sale and bought a beautiful historic house and barn in Washington, NH, next to the old Town Common.

Download the New Shop fundraising letter with the gift form

Our primary mission for moving is straight forward. We want to build a bigger and better pewter shop which will enable us to better educate the public about the history of one of America’s earliest and most important crafts, pewtering.

Currently, there is no place in America where one can visit and see the three principal historic methods of pewter production which are casting, metal spinning and hammering. Our goal is to create a pewter shop which functions like a working museum. Someday, we’d even like to teach pewtering classes!

Gibson Pewter in Yankee Magazine

Jon Gibson in the door of his barn/shop. photo by: Jarrod McCabe

Jon Gibson and Gibson Pewter are featured in the current issue of Yankee Magazine (March/April 2011) in an article titled “The New New England Heirlooms.” The article features a number of talented New England craftspeople creating timeless pieces to share across generations.

Of the seven artisans covered in the article, Jon is the sole representative of New Hampshire and the only metal-smith. Besides looking at the artists creations, the article asks about their inspiration and their own prized heirloms.

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Hammered Fruit Bowl

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Professional Associations

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New Hampshire Made

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Tales from Pewter Shop

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