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Porringers

Photo of  Large Lee Basin Porringer
Price: $95

The Lee Basin Porringer is the largest in our product line with a bowl that measures 6″ in diameter. The Basin Bowl type has a flat bottom, a slightly tapered side, and a narrow, flared rim. The flower handle design on the Lee Porringer is a unique form, made only by Richard Lee and Richard Lee, Jr. The handle is beautiful and balances well with the larger bowl.

Photo of  William Bradford, Jr. Porringer
Price: $95

The William Bradford, Jr. Porringer is yet another 18th century “Old English” type handle with a large (pint) bowl with two incised lines in the rim. Bradford was active in New York City between 1719- 1785, and surviving examples of this man’s work are rare. This is one of my favorite porringer handles.

Photo of  Small Heart Handle Porringer
Price: $60

The Small Heart Handle Porringer is a reproduction of a late 18th, early 19th century American piece whose exact maker has yet to be identified. The handle is sweet with its three hearts and crescent moon apertures. This is a very popular baby gift!

Photo of  Dolphin Handle Basin Porringer
Price: $95

The Dolphin Handle Basin Bowl Porringer is another classic style which I love. It was inspired by an original example made by Samuel Danforth, Hartford, CT , 1795 -1816. Many thanks to friend, fellow pewter enthusiast and antique pewter dealer, Wayne Hilt, for helping me create this rare handle design!

Cups & Goblets

Photo of Baby Cup (Wood grain interior)
Price: $50

The Baby Cup with the woodgrain interior was the first piece my father made using this method. The cup is fashioned over birch and burnished. It’s a unique piece in every sense of the word.

And, if you like, we can stamp your child’s initials on the bottom of the cup.

Photo of Tall Baby Cup
Price: $55

The Tall Baby Cup is another popular design for those folks who want a little more volume coupled with a decorative scroll handle.

And, if you like, we can stamp your child’s initials on the bottom of the cup.

Photo of Kid’s Cup
Price: $50

The Kid’s Cup came about a few years ago when my oldest child graduated from her baby cup. It’s a scaled down version of the Pint Beaker. Like all of my pieces, made from heavy gauge metal to withstand the tests of time.

And, if you like, we can stamp your child’s initials on the bottom of the cup.

Photo of Large Shrub Cup
Price: $100

A good customer here in New Hampshire brought in this ultra modern looking glass several weeks ago and asked if I could reproduce it in pewter. He then told me that the model he was holding was an 18th century reproduction called a Shrub Glass. I was immediately hooked.

What’s a Shrub Glass you ask? It’s used for drinking the popular 18th century rum drink known as a Shrub. There are...

Photo of Small Shrub Cup
Price: $75

A good customer here in New Hampshire brought in this ultra modern looking glass several weeks ago and asked if I could reproduce it in pewter. He then told me that the model he was holding was an 18th century reproduction called a Shrub Glass. I was immediately hooked.

What’s a Shrub Glass you ask? It’s used for drinking the popular 18th century rum drink known as a Shrub. There are...

Photo of  Pint Beaker
Price: $75

The Pint Beaker is a classic pewter form modeled after ones made in the 18th and early 19th with two incised lines in the middle of the body and a gentle curved lip. A pint of anything will taste better in this, my favorite beaker.

Photo of Jumbo Tumbler
Price: $55

The Jumbo Tumbler was one of my father’s designs that has always been popular with our customers. It’s a low form with a wide base which allows room for ice cubes and your favorite drink!

Photo of Woodgrain Beaker
Price: $55

The Woodgrain Beaker is perhaps the most interesting cup we make. My Father and I created this cup at the suggestion of Jonathan Fairbanks, former curator of American Decorative Arts, Museum of fine Arts, Boston around 1992.

Jonathan saw our Child’s Cup with the birch grain interior and asked us to make something taller, without a handle. This cup was the end result and one of the early...

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