By Charles Hull
Published by Shire Publications Ltd., 1999
6 x 8.25 inches, 32 pages

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SKU: ISBN 0-7478-0152-5 Category: Tags: , , ,


In the 17th century most households in Britain had items made of pewter: bowls, plates, spoons, candlesticks toys and buttons were common. This tin alloy was introduced to Britain by the Romans and English pewter became renowned for its high quality as trade expanded from the Middle Ages onward. This little book is useful for researchers with ancestors who worked with pewter, or who have inherited pewter heirlooms.

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Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 6 × 8.25 × .2 in