Pewter Sugar Bowl and Spoon with Cobalt Blue Glass Insert c.1880. This piece is approximately 9.5cm high. Pewter is a tin-based alloy that has been used for the production of household items since Ancient Rome. The trend spread throughout Europe from the 14th century. It was particularly popular in the 17th and 18th centuries, and used to produce jugs, plates, buttons, badges, inkwells and candlesticks. Now, pewter is a highly collectable item. You can find out more about pewter here. Looking for tablewares? Check out our Sterling Silver Sugar Shaker, London 1978, Argento Italian 800 Silver Cake Fork Set, Silver Egg Cruet England c.1950.
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