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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.

Photo of Centerpiece Bowl
Price: $195

The Centerpiece Bowl is a new addition to our product line. It is a real beauty. An original design and a contemporary form, it has a low flared rim with a distinctive beaded edge and an incised line on the inside bottom. At 12″ in diameter and 2″ in height, it truly is worthy of being a centerpiece

You’ll also be amazed at the capacity of this vessel. Fill it with fruit, nuts, veggies...

Pitchers, Creamers, and Vases

Photo of Pewter Tall Vase
Price: $150

The Tall Vase is a popular piece. My father introduced this style to round out our vase line several years ago. The flared upper lip and wide base work well to balance the tall form.

Photo of Pewter Granny Vase
Price: $65

The Granny Vase got its name from one of our good customers who happened to be in the shop the day my father made the first one many years ago. When my father asked for a potential name, she thought a moment, and then said, “call it the Granny Vase. It will be great for those occasions when the grandchildren run up with a hand full of flowers and say, ‘I picked them all for you granny’.” The...

Photo of Pewter Centerpiece Vase
Price: $75

The Centerpiece Vase is one of our oldest and most popular designs. Fresh flowers and dried flower arrangements both look great in this wide mouth vessel.

Photo of Pewter Fluted Bud Vase
Price: $65

Our new Fluted Bud Vase stands 7″ tall and has a beaded edge on the foot. It’s a simple, yet elegant design and a wonderful gift item.

Photo of Pewter Rufus Dunham 2 Quart Water Pitcher
Price: $250

The Dunham 2 Quart Water Pitcher is a classic mid-19th century design. Dunham was active in Westbrook, Maine from 1837-1861 and was a fine craftsmen. Several firms produced lidded and unlidded pitchers in this style. Capacities varied from 1.5 quart up to one gallon.

I owned and copied a Dunham pitcher several years ago. Unlike the original whose body is made from multiple castings...

Photo of Pewter 12 Ounce Syrup Pitcher
Price: $175

The 12 Ounce Syrup Pitcher is an original design. If you enjoy pancakes as much as my family does, this is a must have. This pitcher also works well as a creamer for larger gatherings.

Photo of Pewter Philadelphia Creamer
Price: $300

Our Creamer stands about 5.25″ tall, and is an original design, but it resembles an 18th century footed Philadelphia piece with its tulip shaped body, its graceful scroll handle, and its foot with the beaded edge.

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