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Photo of Apple Bowl
Price: $150

The Apple Bowl is one of my father’s earliest designs. I remember seeing this bowl on our kitchen table, always filled with apples or other healthy fruit. A wonderful gift item that does not take up a lot of counter space.

Photo of One-Half Revere Bowl
Price: $175

The Revere Bowls are an adaptation of the original silver Liberty Bowl made by colonial patriot and silversmith Paul Revere. The original bowl has a straight lip, but our version has a gentle curve for a more refined line.

All four sizes are made with heavy gauge metal. An excellent choice for a gift or award!

Available in the following sizes…

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Photo of Serving Bowl
Price: $150

The Serving Bowl has a graceful line and has many uses. The flared lip is easy to hold, even with hot veggies in the bowl! There’s a decorative incised line one quarter inch from the outside edge. One of our most popular bowls, and a great wedding gift.

Photo of One-Quarter Revere Bowl
Price: $150

The Revere Bowls are an adaptation of the original silver Liberty Bowl made by colonial patriot and silversmith Paul Revere. The original bowl has a straight lip, but our version has a gentle curve for a more refined line.

All four sizes are made with heavy gauge metal. An excellent choice for a gift or award!

Available in the following sizes…

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Photo of Soup/Salad Bowl
Price: $75

The Soup / Salad Bowl is a scaled down version of the Serving Bowl, so the two compliment each other nicely. Great for candy or nuts, too! Made from heavy gauge metal for everyday use.

Photo of Woodgrain Nut Bowl
Price: $55

The Woodgrain Nut Bowl, like its cousin, the Woodgrain Beaker, is a unique form. It’s shaped over a wooden form and then burnished with so much pressure that the grain of the wood is imprinted into the metal.

It’s beautiful to look at and touch. It also is a conversation piece! One of our most popular pieces to be sure. In addition to our regular product information provided in each box...

Photo of Candy Dish
Price: $55

The Candy Dish is another old design that has been a customer favorite over the years. It has so many uses and is a great gift for all occasions.

Photo of Yates Basin
Price: $195

The Yates Basin is a reproduction of an 18th century piece made by London pewterer, Richard Yates, circa 1770s. It’s a big bowl with the classic narrow rim of a period basin. Makes a wonderful centerpiece or serving bowl!

Photo of Fruit Bowl
Price: $195

The Fruit Bowl was my Father’s masterpiece. It won the Steven’s Metal Award at the 17th Annual Juried Exhibit of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in 1992. One year later, in 1993, it was acquired for the permanent pewter collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston along with our Woodgrain Beaker

This bowl has always been a challenge to photograph because it has a relatively low...

Photo of Large Salad Bowl
Price: $275

The Salad Bowl is big and beautiful. My father and I used to spin these together, each of us holding a spinning tool, he on the outside, forming and my following stick on the inside, preventing the 15 inch disc from waffling at the outer edge. It always looked like a tug of war. Today, I’ve mastered the process with a tool in each hand. It’s still a battle, but the end result is well worth it...

Photo of Salt Bowl & Spoon
Price: $25

The Salt Bowl & Spoon has been a great addition to the product line. Many people use different kinds of salt today. Our bowl and spoon combination is great to keep handy on the stovetop or on the tabletop. Because it is an open vessel, the salt never clumps or clogs like conventional shakers. Another great small gift idea.

Photo of Philadelphia Sugar Bowl
Price: $300

The Sugar Bowl is an original design with an 18th century Philadelphia influence. It too stands about 5.5″ tall. Many 18th century sugar bowls used tankard lids for covers and mine is no different. The beaded finial is from the drum-shaped William Will teapot. It’s a wonderful thing when recycled parts work with new designs.

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