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Offered for sale is this antique Tudric pewter & Enamel strut clock. Fully stamped up on the back number 0482Offered in good original condition. Made from pewter with blue enamel heart decoration. Measures 10cm square Collection welcome UK postage 7-50. If you are interested in consigning in future sales, please contact the specialist department.If you have queries about lots purchased in this sale, please contact customer services.Touch marks have no particular value apart from interest and a guide to the maker.A touch mark bears no relation to the quality of the alloy, and does not carry the same authority as the hallmarks used on gold and silver.Even then however, the average householder was too poor to replace his wooden utensils with pewter until around the middle of the 18th century.
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Four items of Chinese pewter, comprising a circular tea canister, circa 1880 by Kutching, Swatow, 11 cm high, and engraved glass bottom mug, 10 cm high, a hexagonal tea pot, 9 cm high and a vase, 4 cm high A Tudric pewter Art Nouveau vase, of circular shape with tall trumpet neck, two handles looped from mid-way on the neck and join the body in bifurcated tendrils which conjoin with an overhand knot motif.
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF 10 1/2" INCH EARLY 19c FRENCH PEWTER CANDLESTICKS UP FOR GRABS IT LOOKS LIKE THIS PAIR WE'RE SILVER PLATED AT THERE VERY START OF LIFE SEE PICS JUST STYLE & CLASS THERE IS VER...Pewter is an alloy of tin hardened with small amounts of other metals such as copper, lead, zinc, antimony and sometimes silver.The craft of pewtering started in antiquity - the earliest known item, a flask dating from c1450 BC, was found in Egypt.Sometimes the makers added touch marks resembling silver hallmarks, usually four in number.