Where is Mullingar Pewter made?

Answer Mullingar Pewter is a fine-quality, lead-free pewter that is manufactured in Ireland. Items made from Mullingar Pewter include tankards, flasks, jewelry boxes and jewelry, and often depict scenes o... Read More »

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If the seller says the necklace pendant made out of pewter is nickle-free, does it mean it is also lead-free?

Pewter is mostly tin with a little copper. As long add you aren't allergic to those you're fine.

What does pewter look like?

Pewter is an alloy, or mixture, of tin, lead, bismuth, copper, and antimony. After being produced, pewter starts out being a shiny silver color, but over time it oxidizes to a dull gray, or even bl... Read More »

What is pewter used for?

Pewter is a soft, silver-colored metal alloy typically composed of tin, antimony, bismuth and even silver or copper. It is used in jewelry, plates, cups, kitchen utensils, board game pieces, collec... Read More »

What will glue pewter?

Like other hard, non-porous materials and metals, pewter will bond when glued with epoxy or cyanoacrylate adhesive. Use the former if the surface of the pewter is uneven and the latter for joining ... Read More »