18th Century Pewter Shop


Cast from my original 18th century molds in safe, lead-free pewter, these spoons are identical to those used over 200 years ago. Ten styles to choose from.  Available "as cast" finish with flashing trimmed and ready for you to polish or use as-is; or polished and ready to set the most elegant table.

Pictured from left to right: Tea Spoon, Fiddleback Spoon, 17th Century Spoon, Queen Anne Spoon, Serving Spoon, Hannover Spoon, Double Drop Spoon, Tea Spoon 2, Salt Spoon.  Bottom: Marrow Spoon.

* Denotes spoons cast in original molds

*Double Drop pattern - a longer bowl and narrow handle on this late 18th century spoon, with scallop design on bottom of the bowl. A unique pattern that differs from the masses. Measures 71/2 inches long. 

High Polished - $35, Satin Polished $20, As Cast - $10.

*Hannover - mid-18th century pattern with rat-tail and raised center-spine handle.  Measures 7 1/2 inches long.

High Polished - $35, Satin Polished $20, As Cast - $10.

*Queen Anne pattern - classic early 18th century pattern with rat-tail under bowl and flared, scalloped handle.  Measures 7 1/4 inches long.

High Polished - $35, Satin Polished $20, As Cast - $10.

*Serving Spoon - Slightly larger version of our Queen Anne.   Measures 8 inches long.

High Polished - $35, Satin Polished $20, As Cast - $10.

*Design Spoon - Approximately the same size as our other table spoons.  Late 18th-Early 19th century with rat-tail under bowl.  The original mold this spoon is cast from is possibly American-made as it has a slightly more folksy appearance with it's primitive design work on the handle. 

As cast finish only:  $10

17th Century Table Spoon - earlier pattern with slightly rougher finish.  A heavy spoon.  Measures 6 3/4 inches long.  As cast - $10.

*Fiddle Pattern Spoon - Slightly smaller than our other table spoons, this pattern became popular in the 1780s and continued through the early 19th century.

High Polished - $35, Satin Polished $20, As Cast - $10.

Marrow spoons - a long narrow spoon used to dine on that 18th century delicacy.   Measures 8 7/8 inches long.  Polished - $50, as cast - $25.

*Tea spoon Similar to the Double Drop pattern.  Measures 4 3/4 inches long.  $20 polished, as cast $7.

*Tea spoon 2 Similar to the Hannover pattern.  Measures 4 1/4 inches long.  $20 polished, as cast $7.

Salt spoon  Small spoon for use with salt or sugar. Similar to the Hannover.  Measures 3 7/8 inches long.  As cast $4

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Pewter Plates  We are proud to offer these fine pewter plates.  Hand cast in original molds using lead-free pewter, these plates are the ultimate for authentic dining in your period home or camp.  Offered in the traditional dinner plate size of 8 1/2 inch diameter.  (Other sizes are available, please inquire)  Satin finish.  Made in the USA.  $57

Aged Finish Plate  same plate as above, but with an aged finish.  $60

Large Plate 10 1/2 inch diameter, satin or aged finish.  $110

Pewter Bowl 8 inch diameter by 1 inch deep. (Spoon not included)

Satin finish $63

Aged finish $67

Pewter Salt Cellar 2 1/2 inch diameter, 1 inch deep.  Cast from an original mold. Comes with salt spoon.  $29

Pewter-look Bowl  a perfect match to our pewter-look plates above  6 1/2 inches diameter, 1/12 inches deep.  $30.00

Pistol Grip Knife/Fork Sets with bone handle.  In two sizes.  .

Top - Large set, Knife 10 1/2" long, Fork 8 3/4 " long  $50 per set

Bottom - Small Set, Knife 9 1/2" long, Fork 7 3/4" long  $45 per set

Vintage Shirley Pewter Plates

Made in Williamsburg Virginia at Shirley Pewter, these heavy, spun pewter plates with turned edges are in very good condition; some are like new, a few have utensil marks from being lightly used, but all have been taken care of very well and retain their high polish.  American made pewter, from one of the best makers in the country at a fraction of the new, retail price. 

Set of 6 - 9" Soup Bowls....   $300

Set of 4 salad 9" Salad Plates.....   $120

Set of 6 John Somers Diner Plates- Highly collectable John Somers plates in nearly new condition, with just a few handling marks.  Plates measure 11 inches in diameter.  Hard to find, and some of the best reproductions made. $450

Vintage Reproduction Colonial Williamsburg Beakers- Set of 5 Kirk Stieff reproduction beakers made for Colonial Williamsburg.  These popular beakers have long been out of production and this set is in rare, pristine condition.  Beakers measure 3 inches tall.  Set of 5 beakers, $120

Pair of Polished Pewter Desert Spoons- These hand cast and finished, vintage reproductions were made at Greenfield Village, These two dessert spoons are a desirable and hard to find size.  Measuring approx 4 1/2 inch long, they are of a late 17th/early 18th century style and come packaged in an attractive reproduction paper box.  $55

Pair of Polished Pewter Table Spoons- Hand cast and finished at two museum sites.  The first is an early 18th century style spoon made at the Henry Ford Museum at Greenfield.  This is a rare reproduction of an early Queen Anne style with nice designs on the handle and back of bowl.  The second spoon is of a later Hannover style and was made at Old Sturbridge Village.  Both measure approx 7 1/2 inches long and come packaged in a nice reproduction paper box.  $65

Geddy Shop - Small Taper Candlesticks- Here is the rare opportunity to purchase work made in the restored James Geddy shop in Colonial Williamsburg.  These candlesticks were made in the same manner as in the 18th century, hand cast, finished, and polished.  The underside is stamped with the touch mark of Sven Burg, master smith, as well as the "I.G." Geddy shop stamp and "Handwrought".   The candlesticks measure 4 1/2 inches tall and would have been used to hold a small candle for melting sealing wax.  They have a nice mellow patina and are in good condition.  Pair $120

12 Piece Antique Knife & Fork Set  A very nice, early 19th century set by John Wigfall & Co. of Sheffield England.   Horn handles with iron caps.  $275

(2 Sets of these are available)

7 Piece Antique Knife Set  An early 19th century set knives by Marshes & Shepard of Sheffield England.   Horn handles with iron caps.  $130

Antique Spoon Molds

ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD #1  Bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Hannover pattern.  Mold measures 7 7/8 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 7 3/8 inches long.  Great for display or casting your own spoons.  Original alignment pin is present and mold is in excellent condition with good fit between the mold halves.  Comes with spoon that was found in the mold, though it is probably a more recent casting.   $350

ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD #2  Bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Hannover pattern.  Mold measures 7 3/4 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 7 3/8 inches long.   Appears to have had a replacement alignment pin added at some time.  Mold is in excellent condition with extremely good  fit between the mold halves and .  Comes with original spoon that was found in the mold.  Although this spoon has some casting flaws, I would expect this mold to produce good castings.   Overall, one of the nicest molds I have offered for sale.   $350

ORIGINAL SPOON MOLD # 5  Bronze mold for casting pewter spoons in the Queen Anne pattern.  Mold measures 8 3/4 inches long and makes a spoon that is approx. 8 1/8 inches long.  Great for display or casting your own spoons.  Alignment pin is missing and mold appears to have been cleaned recently.  $350

Antique Pewter

The following pewter items are all antique originals, dating from either the 18th century, or early 19th.  All are at least 150 years old.  Many times the style of pewter from this period changed little over the decades, as often the same molds were employed for many years.  We attempt to describe these pieces as accurately as possible and when possible, give our opinion as to region of manufacture and date.  All have minor scratches and a nice patina consistent with their age.

Early Townsend & Compton English Pewter Plate, c. 1784-1802.  7 7/8 inch diameter.  The plate is the very early Townsend and Compton mark with double touch marks and four hallmarks. The plate has a single reeded  rim with a shallow bowl.  The plate has two impressed marks; one has a bird over a lamb and reads, "TOWNSEND & COMPTON". The second mark has a crown and rose and reads, "MADE IN LONDON".  The four hallmarks are, first a shield, then a dagger on a flag, then a lion, and last T & C.    This mark is the earliest Townsend and Compton mark dating from 1784 to 1802.   $75.00

PEWTER PLATE, 9 inch diameter.  Partial touch marks are "HENRY", "H D", and various other "shields".  Most likely made in London.  $80.00

PEWTER PLATE, 8 1/2 inch diameter.  Touch marks are "LONDON", and a crowned-rose.  Also, the initials "SD" are stamped on the front rim.  Has some cracking in the middle.  $80.00

Vintage Pewter

SOLD  but I do have others, please inquire- Colonial Williamsburg reproduction tea pot.  8 1/2 inches tall.  Only minor handling marks, no dings or scratches. $100









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