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The Queen Anne Tea Service is on exhibit in the "Living With Crafts" exhibit at the annual League of NH Craftsmen Fair in Sunapee, NH until August 9 in the Living With Crafts Exhibit.

I'm so proud of my wife, Camille (also a league member). She won the "Creative Sewing Award" for her Gold Fish Soft Sculpture!

See it on her website at or "live" in the Craftwear Exhibit also through the last...

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Demos & Displays this Summer Season

On Saturday, July 18 from 10am to 4pm, I will be at the Franklin Pierce Homestead in Hillsborough, NH, casting spoons in a circa 1750 antique bronze spoon mold. If you can't make it to the demonstration at the Homestead, you can watch a casting demo from the comfort of your home on the video page of my website.

We're also gearing up for the annual League of NH Craftsmen Fair in Sunapee, NH August 1-9. The new...

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Hillsborough Area Artisans Spring Into Summer Faire

Please join us for the Fifth Annual Hillsborough Area Artisans Spring Into Summer Faire!

Saturday & Sunday, June 13 & 14, from 10 am to 4 pm (rain or shine) The Faire will feature Hillsborough Area Artisan members as well as guest artists. The event is held directly across the street from the Pewter Shop. This year's faire will include baskets, jewelry, blown glass, fabric art; paintings, pottery, photography, woodburning, blacksmithing, and more.

In addition...

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I've finished the sugar bowl, creamer and tray to go with the Queen Anne Teapots. So now we have a complete and elegant set!

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.

It is...

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Footed Queen Anne Teapot

In between product development and rebuilding our inventory, I've been working on a couple of casting videos. We will throw up the spoon video next month.  Another, illustrating how the Dunham candlesticks are made, will be posted after we finish shooting the entire process.

I've been keeping busy, working on designing a sugar bowl, creamer and tray to go with the Queen Anne Teapots this winter. So we will have a complete and elegant set very soon!

Monthly Earring Raffle Winners

Congratulations to Jay Ingerson, our lucky March winner...

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"Yes We Can" Pewter Jewelry

Democrats, Republicans and Independents... we are one people. Working together, we can spread the message offered by our new administration and proclaim shared hopes and dreams for a better and brighter future. "Yes We Can."

This handsome jewelry is as enduring as the message it conveys. The collection includes:

  • "Yes We Can" Earrings
  • "Yes We Can" Keychain
  • "Yes We Can" Necklace
  • "Yes We Can"...
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Limited Items

photo of Hammered Fruit Bowl

Hammered Fruit Bowl

I’ve made a special piece this year which I... read more

Professional Associations

New Hampshire Made - handcrafts logo

New Hampshire Made

As a member of NH Made—the wonderful... read more

Featured Items

Tales from the Pewter Shop book cover

Tales from Pewter Shop

I learned the craft of turning fine pewterware... read more

As Seen In...

Yankee magazine cover Spring 2011

Yankee Magazine

on Gibson and Gibson Pewter are featured in... read more