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From the foundry of American artisans Thomas & Patricia Hooper.
A wonderful collection of lead free pewter cast or spun in the manner of colonial times.
The Hoopers are honored to be pewter makers for the acclaimed HBO mini-series "John Adams".

Most items can be purchased with polished or antiqued finish when you add to your cart.

Polished or Antiqued?
Mix or match? Whatever you like! If you are going to use it often- then wash it often - pick polished.
Thomas & Patricia tell me clean and polished is most "authentic" to everyday use in colonial times.
On the other hand, the antiqued candleholder is one of my favorites. I like both. After all, it's just
fun to collect and look at! The polished has a clean, newly minted unused look. Many of the items
display minor pits, bumps, imperfections adding authentic character typical of colonial casting.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

ASL_FLT12 Reproduction 18th Century Pewter Spoon
ASL_FLT12
18th Century Pewter Spoon

 

ASL_45 Circa 1720 Reproduction Spoon
ASL_45A
Circa 1720 Reproduction Spoon

 


ASL_FLT6
18th Century
Reproduction Pewter Fork

 


FLT033 Sliptop Spoon
cast from c.1630 mold

 

 


FLT016 Revere Style Tablespoon

 



PW0101
William & Mary Candlestick
Shown Antiqued Finish

 

 

 


PW0113 Flair Top Goblet



PW0109 Pewter Porringer
Shown Antiqued Finish

 


PW0108 Polished Pewter
Porringer

 


PW0120 Classic Pewter Salter
with spoon Antiqued Finish

 

 

 


PW0121 Classic Pewter Salter
with spoon shown with Polished Finish

 

 

Pewter Care
Never put pewter in the
dishwasher. Do not expose
to open flame or excessive
heat. Hand wash with
mild soap.

 

ASL_FLT22 17th Century Spoon
ASL_FLT22
17th Century Spoon

 

ASL_SAL3 Pewter Master Salt with Spoon in Antique Finish
ASL_SAL3
Pewter Master Salt with Spoon
in Antique Finish

 

 


ASL_FLT18
18th Century Design
Fiddle and Thread Tablespoon




ASL204
Perforated Serving Spoon

 

ASL_FLT7 Colonial Soup Spoon
ASL_FLT
Colonial Soup Spoon

 


AAAS33L ca 1650 design
Slip Top Pewter Spoon

 


ASL203
Pewter Candlestick

 


PW0104 Pineapple Bottle Cork

 


FS1633ASL
Pewter Candle Snuffer

 

 

 

 

 

 


ASL Pewter answers question about
how the antique finish is done:


"We use a simple acid wash that darkens the pewter. We always neutralize the wash and then finish the pewter. The oxidation is just a coating and will scrape off. the pewter is always food safe and can be used for food.
some fatty foods may discolor slightly. that is normal."


 


 




 

 

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EAS 8 3/4" inch
Salad Plate

 

 


PW0115 10.5 inch Pewter
Dinner Plate

 

 

 


ASL_FLT11
18th Century English Pewter Teaspoon

 

 

ASL_FLT19 George II Colonial Pewter Spoon
ASL_FLT19
George II Colonial Pewter Spoon

 


FLT006 Colonial Fork
cast from antique mold


FLT22 17th Century Style
Jamestown Spoon
(matching fork below)

 

FLT023 17th Century Style
Jamestown Fork
(matches spoon above)


 

 


PW0118 Travelers Inkwell
with quill and ink
Antiqued Pewter

 


FLT007 Soup Spoon
cast from colonial mold

 


FLT021 Dog Nosed Tablespoon

 

 

 

 

 


FLT019 1790 Style Spoon
cast from 1790 Mold

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pewter Care
Never put pewter in the
dishwasher. Do not expose
to open flame or excessive
heat. Hand wash with
mild soap.