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Ladles & Spoons

Photo of Large Queen Anne Pewter Spoon
Price: $20

Both the Large and Small Queen Anne Spoons are cast from antique bronze molds which are 300 years old! I collect old pewtering tools and these may be the oldest I own. They are sometimes referred to as wavy end spoons, but we’ve always called them Queen Anne Spoons. They have a “rattail” support bracket on the underside of the bowl like most 18th century spoons. Makes a great soup spoon!

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Photo of Small Queen Anne Pewter Spoon
Price: $15

Both the Large and Small Queen Anne Spoons are cast from antique bronze molds which are 300 years old! I collect old pewtering tools and these may be the oldest I own. They are sometimes referred to as wavy end spoons, but we’ve always called them Queen Anne Spoons. They have a “rattail” support bracket on the underside of the bowl like most 18th century spoons. Makes a great soup spoon!

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Photo of Turkey Claw Pewter Spoon
Price: $20

The original Turkey Claw Spoon may actually have been made as late as 1900. My father copied and example he acquired years ago thinking it was very old. In fact, he was mistaken. But it is a wonderful spoon with the turkey claw bracket on the underside of the bowl.

Photo of Colonial Midrib Pewter Spoon
Price: $20

The Colonial Midrib Spoon is cast in an antique bronze mold which dates around 1750s. Some folks refer to this type, simply, as the rattail spoon. The spline on the top of the handle is the midrib. Another great soup spoon.

Photo of Round Bowl Pewter Spoon
Price: $20

The Round Bowl Spoon is a reproduction of an early 18th century Dutch style spoon. It has a deeper bowl that the Turkey Claw, and it makes an excellent soup spoon.

Tea Sets

Photo of William Will Pewter Tea Service, Rosewood Handle
Price: $2 100

4 Piece Tea Service

William Will (1764 – 1798) is the Paul Revere of American pewter—patriot, soldier, and outstanding craftsmen. His pewter coffee and teapots are among the most elegant surviving American examples. Jonathan Gibson has reproduced Will’s rare Federal Period drum-shaped teapot with painstaking care and has added a creamer, sugar bowl, and tray. Each piece of the tea...

Photo of William Will Pewter Tea Service, Ebony Handle
Price: $2 100

4 Piece Tea Service

William Will (1764 – 1798) is the Paul Revere of American pewter—patriot, soldier, and outstanding craftsmen. His pewter coffee and teapots are among the most elegant surviving American examples. Jonathan Gibson has reproduced Will’s rare Federal Period drum-shaped teapot with painstaking care and has added a creamer, sugar bowl, and tray. Each piece of the tea...

Photo of William Will Pewter Teapot, Rosewood Handle
Price: $1 200

William Will (1764 – 1798) is the Paul Revere of American pewter—patriot, soldier, and outstanding craftsmen. His pewter coffee and teapots are among the most elegant surviving American examples.

I reproduced Will’s Federal Period drum-shaped teapot several years ago with painstaking care and detail, as seen in the distinctive beaded edge work. Only a handful of original examples exist...

Photo of William Will Pewter Teapot, Ebony Handle
Price: $1 200

William Will (1764 – 1798) is the Paul Revere of American pewter—patriot, soldier, and outstanding craftsmen. His pewter coffee and teapots are among the most elegant surviving American examples.

I reproduced Will’s Federal Period drum-shaped teapot several years ago with painstaking care and detail, as seen in the distinctive beaded edge work. Only a handful of...

Photo of Queen Anne Pewter Tea Service
Price: $2 100

Four Piece Tea Service

Price: Footed Teapot set $2,100, Teapot Set without feet $1,900

Also sold separately:

Footed Teapot: $1,200
Teapot without Feet: $1,000
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Photo of Queen Anne Pewter Teapot, with feet
Price: $1 200

Collectors have referred to this style of teapot as “Queen Anne” even though they were introduced during the reign of King George III (1760–1801), well after her reign (1704–1711). Some collectors refer to this type simply as an 18th century pear-shaped teapot. I think all would agree that whatever the name, the style is without rival. These teapots are beautiful and elegant.

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Photo of Queen Anne Pewter Teapot, without feet
Price: $1 000

Collectors often refer to these styles of teapot as “Queen Anne” even though they were introduced during the reign of King George III (1760–1801), after her reign (1704–1711). Some collectors refer to this type simply as an 18th century pear-shaped teapot. I think all would agree that whatever the name, the style is without rival. These teapots are beautiful and elegant.

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