This is a large 20 in. long and 11.5 in. wide tray. The tab handles are a molded longtailed bird. I think a peacock. In good, usable, displayable condition. Marked on the underside of the handle with the makers mark or perhaps a number. Sorry, My old eyes couldn't read it clearly and my camera didn't pick it up. This tray is heavy enough to be made of pewter. Appears to have a polished silverplate finish or perhaps chrome? Estate sale purchase so little information available. Attractive and useful.
GORGEOUS PEWTER UNICORN MADE IN 1978 BY PERTH PEWTER. THIS VERY FANCIFUL BEARDED UNICORN STANDS 4 1/2 INCHES TALL AND 4 INCHES WIDE. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND IS MARKED. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING AND INSURANCE.
Lots of detail on this vintage pewter miniature figurine which features two cats playing with a ball on a scatter rug. The base measures approximately 3 x 2-1/4 and cats stand 1-1/2 high. Marked on base: Fine Pewter and initials PM? or AR?. MINT
UNICORN/HORSE. THIS WONDERFUL PORCELAIN UNICORN IS FINISHED IN A PLATINUM AND GOLD FINISH. IT STANDS 11 X 7 INCHES AND IS MARKED. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING AND INSURANCE. LIMITED EDITION.
Great old vintage piece of jewelry for all you that collect BOY SCOUT Memorabilia. Appears to be a RARE piece of silver metal jewelry that is definately EARLY Boy Scouts. Before 1950's?? Is a large metal slide for a scouts handkerchief / scarf around his neck. Great raised emblem of an eagle on the front, rest is detailed strands of rope.? Great piece of history here. Measures 1-5/8 inches in diameter, over 1-1/4 inchs high. Is a nice weightly pendant. Could possibly be pewter material? Not certain. Great coloring of grey. Needs to be polished and cleaned alittle. A lovely piece! Thank you for visiting Dogwood Trail Antiques. **Please make sure to view out other vintage items we have listed**
Very detailed miniature pewter girl. Charming pewter girl with hat, purse and mirror. Marked on bottom: Fine Pewter, #978, #0026 and another name that I cannot make out. She is 2 tall and in good condition. (See my woodenware and display rack category for vintage printer's boxes to display your miniature items in!)
Elephant Toothpick Holder, Seagull, 1991 Etain Zinn, pewter. This cute elephant on a round stand is 4 tall. He is being scrubbed down by a mouse. On the reverse side there is a 3/4 ring extending out about 1/2 . It looks as though this would be a pick holder, perhaps for horsdeuvres. It is in good vintage condition and has the Seagull Canada Etain Zinn Pewter mark.
Antique Figural Knife Rest Squirrel English Art Deco
This is an antique English pewter art deco figural knife rest in the shape of a squirrel I brought home from England. I cleaned it up because it was grungy and now I love it! The knife rest measures 3.75 inches long by 1 inch wide by 1.5 inch high. The squirrel is sitting up eating an acorn and the bar is his elongated tail. It was made between 1910-1920s. It is in excellent condition and certainly a conversation starter and very collectible!
A pewter pitcher, signed on bottom: Benedict Pewter the #'s 411. Pitcher stands 6 ¾ inches in height and measures 7 inches from spout to tip of handle which turns upward. Badly needs to be polished, and has a few dents, and surface scratches.
A shallow bowl with an enamelled interior over a pewter exterior. This bowl measures 7.5 in. diameter and is 1.5 in. tall. There is a sticker still attached to the bottom that reads Knobler. Decorated in Hong Kong. Perhaps imported in the '70's-'80's era. In very good condition and could be used for wrapped candies or decorative purposes.
Miniature pewter tankard. It looks quite old, (very dark grey patina, possibly antique). Bottom has incised mark: International (eagle symbol) Pewter #277 #25 #1. It is 2.5 tall x 1.5 wide. It might be a small measuring container/shot mug. Looks great displayed with other vintage pewter!
FOR SALE IS A PEWTER CREAM AND SUGAR SET BY INSIGO. THE SET IS NUMBER #502, MEASURES 2 1/2 INCHES HIGH X 2 1/2 INDCHES DIAMETER OPENING, MARKED ON BOTTOM INSIGO PEWTER, 502 , AND IS IN FINE USED CONDITION.
Vintage miniature pewter cat. Very heavy little cat with a cross around its neck. It has a symbol on bottom, (looks like a circle with 2 horns). Not marked pewter, but 99.9% sure it is. It stands 2.25 tall and will fit nicely in the vertical slat of a printer's box which is where he will be until he finds a new home! (sorry the pics are not too clear, I have a hard time getting good pics of tiny items). Perfect size for a printer's box!
Vintage Cornwall pewter pitcher. Has incised mark on bottom, Cornwall with an eagles head symbol, then PEWTER, Middletown, Conn., USA, #38. Note the old State abbreviation on it. It has some slight scratching, some tiny dents, and just a bit irregularity around rim edge. It stands 7.25 tall x 4.5 wide at top rim. A nice piece for your pewter collection!
This tray is made of pewter with a silver overlay. Lovely grape pattern embossed edge. Measures 18.25 x 14.5 in. In very good, usable, displayable condition. Marked Bella Vinyard. Heritage Mint Collection.
Vintage Noble pewter pitcher. Tall covered pewter pitcher, (perhaps a coffee pot?). It is 8.5 high x 4.5 wide, and has a rush covered handle. Incised mark on bottom: #195, then NOBLE in a circle, then Hand Made Pewter. It is a bit uneven on the bottom, and has a couple of very minor condition problems: e.g. small dings, and some smudgy areas, but not bad for old pewter. According to my research on this type of item, (the geometric shape and rush covered handle), means it likely dates to the 1920's. I could not locate any other information on the name NOBLE. Displays very well despite the aging flaws and is likely worth a lot more than this price; would be a very nice display item in an arts & crafts style room!
FOR SALE IS A VINTAGE 1972 CHRISTMAS PEWTER PLATE. THE 9 INCH PLATE OF DANISH SKATERS WITH WINDMILLS AND VILLAGE IN THE BACKGROUND IS MARKED METAWA,HOLLAND,REAL PEWTER,94%, FIRST EDITION OF 5000, REG. NR. 2710 AND IS IN GOOD CONDITION WITH SURFACE SCRATCHES.
This pewter tray measures 5 in. diameter. Comes to you with its own display stand. The embossed symbol denotes Longevity in Chinese characters. The description of the characters and what they signify is on the back. Made of Selangor Pewter.
This pewter tray measures 5 in. diameter. Comes to you with its own display stand. The embossed symbol denotes Wealth and Prosperity in Chinese characters. The description of the characters and what they signify is on the back. Made of Selangor Pewter.
This pewter tray measures 5 in. diameter. Comes to you with its own display stand. The embossed symbol denotes Happiness and Good Luck in Chinese characters. The description of the characters and what they signify is on the back. Made of Selangor Pewter.
Vintage Revere pewter water pitcher. Darkened patina on this item; marked: 'Revere Pewter by Benedict #735'. It has no dents, and a very dark patina. It stands a bit over 6.5 tall x 4.25 wide. These old pewter items make great shabby chic vases, (add some white roses!), or just to add to your vintage pewter collection!
Vintage pewter creamer and sugar. They have incised mark: 'Pewter' on the bottoms. They are about 3 tall x 3 wide had have a very dark patina. Likely made in the early 20th C. Just nice items to supplement and display with your pewter collection! You can use an assortment of pewter items as a unique table centerpiece at Thanksgiving or X-mas; see pictures!
I believe this vintage tray is made of pewter. Measures 12 in. diameter. In good condition. Marked Duratale by Leonard, Italy. This tray has a nice patina and is free of dings, dents, etc.Very minor light scratches to the surface as is normal for the age of this tray. Perfect match for the coffee server and sugar and creamer set I have listed here.
I believe this vintage coffee server is made of pewter. Stands 9.5 in. tall. The base measures 4.75 in. diameter. In good condition. Marked Duratale by Leonard, Italy. This server has a nice patina and is free of dings, dents, etc. Very minor light scratches to the surface as is normal for the age of this server.
A lovely sugar and creamer set that is in quite good condition. The creamer has a couple of very slight dents at the top rim, and the decorative ring on the cramer is movable. they stand 2 in. tall and are 3 and 3.5 in. diameter.Usable and displayable. Marked Selandia Norway.
This attractive vase made of pewter stands 7.5 in. tall. The base measures 3 in. diameter and is covered with old felt material to prevent scratching. Marked inside Selandia Norway Pewter.Not sure of vintage. I believe it to be from the '50's-'70's era. Purchased from an estate sale.
Boy, the stories this pitcher could tell... It has seen better days, has a few bumps and bruises, but has a lot of character and style. Made by Royal Holland, age unknown, sits 6 3/4 tall and is very squat.
For sale is a vintage pewter ashtray. Very heavy ashtray which I do believe is pewter. It has a flower like incised symbol on the bottom but there is no writing, or the original writing has long since worn off. This has a very dark patina and is probably an antique item. It is 5.5 wide x 1.5 inches high.
Vintage pewter bud base with fluted rim. Dark patina on it and is marked: Pewter J.B. N.Y. #406 and has a signature in script which I cannot read. This might be Jennings Bros., (they started in CT, but may have also had a factory in NY). It stands 6.5 tall x 4 wide at top rim. Minor wear. A nice piece to add to your pewter collection!
Offering a lovely pewter pitcher that has a great patina. Been used, so has slight wear marks that only add to its charm. Stands 6 in. tall and measures approx. 8 in. from the lip to the handle. Bottom marked X 484 Pewter. A great addition to a pewter collection. Not sure of vintage. Perhaps about the '40's-'50's? era.
Pair Lunt Pewter Napkin Rings With Original Box P-770
VINTAGE LUNT PEWTER NAPKIN RING PAIR MINT IN ORIGINAL SATIN LINED BOX This pair of wonderful pewter napkin rings were made by LUNT Silversmiths. Each oblong shaped ring is incised inside with the words Lunt Pewter P-770 and has a decorative raised border. The 2 rings sit inside of a red satin-lined box which reads Pewter by Lunt on both the inside and outside of the lid. Each ring measures approx. 3 1/4 x 3/4 , and is in mint condition. The box has just some light wear, and measures 3 3/4 x 4 3/4 . Shipping is an additional $5.00 within the continental U.S.
This is a very nicely style belt buckle the reads AMES TOOLS THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTH POLE BY ROBERT E. PEARY 1909 on the face, showing fine detail of a ship, dogs and dog sled, birds, a shovel, and a winter dressed man carrying a shovel. This is a limited production, quality cast pewter like metal, and is quite sturdy. The back is marked SISKIYOU BUCKLE CO. INC. WILLIAMS OREGON C1983 SERIAL NO. 4839 1983 LIMITED EDITION and a note AFTER TWO UNSUCCESSFUL EXPEDITIONS, AMES TOOLS WERE THERE WHEN ADM ROBERT E. PEARY JOURNEYING NORTH ON THE STEAMER ROOSEVELT FINALLY ACHIEVED HIS GOAL OF REACHING THE GEOGRAPHIC NORTH POLE 89DEGREES 57MINUTES . Condition is very good with little sign of being used, a few rub marks. A very well designed 2.4 x 3.5 belt buckle!
Concord pewter creamer and sugar. Incised mark on bottom: Concord Pewter, #859. Both have a nice darkened patina and are quite heavy. They stand a bit over 2.5 tall x about 3 wide. Nice pieces to display with your other vintage pewter or you could use them! An assortment of pewter pieces looks great at Thanksgiving/X-mas to use as unique table arrangement; see pictures!
Pewter creamer, sugar and tray. All 3 items marked International Pewter, with numbers. Creamer is numbered #276 17; tray is #277 29, and can't make out the sugar numbers. The tray is 7.75 long x 5.75 wide; creamer is 3 tall; sugar is 2 tall x 3.75 wide. All are in fairly good vintage condition; no dents on creamer or sugar, and tray just has a couple of dents near rim edge. Overall display condition is good. Nice darkened patina on them too! The camera makes them look shinier and brighter than they actually are. Nice to add to your pewter collection!
A BEAUTIFUL HAND HAMMERED NAPKIN RING. I believe this item is pewter, although it is not marked. It has a concave band going around the middle, which contains 6 ribs. The edges are decorated with an impressed, floral-like design. I believe it to be hand hammered and an older piece, as the circular shape is not uniform. The opening of the napkin ring measures approximately 1 1/2 across. S/H is an additional $4.50 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available. Please inquire.
Vintage pewter creamer and suger. 3 items, one price. Both creamer and sugar have faint incised marks on bottom: Hand Made Pewter, with the name WHITE in a triangle; you need a magnifier to make out the mark is has worn very thin with age. Both are 2.5 tall x 3 wide. Good vintage condition; a couple of minor scratches. You also get the little tray they are setting on as a free gift with purchase! The tray is 7 inches long, and is marked: Wilton, Columbia PA USA, RWP in a circle. Great items to start or supplement your pewter collection!
This pewter dish is divided into three sections and has a handle off on one side of the dish. It is 9 1/2 in. in diameter and the handle is 4 1/2 in. long and stands about 2 in. at the edge. There is a mark on the bottom of a carriage emblem with the word, pewter, underneath. It does have some tarnish spots and scratches as it is an old piece. It is a very nice piece of pewter even with the flaws of use. The Chinese Fan Dancer is from Salangor Pewter and is a nicely detailed 3 5/8 in. tall. The base is 1 1/2 X 1 1/4 in. and marked with the name of the piece and Selangor Pewter. It is in excellent condition.
The Chinese Fan Dancer is from Salangor Pewter and is a nicely detailed 3 5/8 in. tall. The base is 1 1/2 X 1 1/4 in. and marked with the name of the piece and Selangor Pewter. It is in excellent condition.
Two commemorative pewter? display plates. Both for one price. They are not marked pewter, but do look and feel like pewter, and also have a symbol on the back, (a crescent moon shape with letter in it?). Both plates are in good condition and are 10.5 wide. One reads: Long May She Wave, flag in middle, 1776-1976; other reads: Long Live The Colonies 1776, same symbol on back. Both were likely put out in 1976 in honor of America's 200th birthday. Both will look excellent in the back of the hutch or bookcase, or mantle, or wherever you like to display your pewter!
Two miniature metal cats. Both have a faint gold tone finish, and are not marked pewter, but are heavy like pewter, and I had no other category to put these! Both have red glass/rhinestone eyes, and one is playing with a pearl ball. They are 1.5 inches, and very cute to display in a vintage printer's box which is sold separately! You get both cats for price listed.
Vintage Poole Pewter tray. Nice pewter, (bread or celery), tray, signed on the back on both ends. One end reads: RH Macy Co. Inc., N.Y., (probably the distributor); and the other end has a lamp? symbol and reads: Trademark Pewter by Poole, Taunton, Mass BT3. Note the old State abbreviation on it. This tray has some minor wear, but is not bad at all. 14 long x 6 wide. You can display it on its side or lay it flat. Looks good displayed with other vintage pewter items!
Vintage Pilgrim pewter basket. The basket has a darkened patina, and is marked on the bottom: F in a circle, Pilgrim Solid Pewter, J crown symbol F, #2201. The outside of this item is in quite good condition, just a couple of very tiny scratches; the interior is a bit smudgy in some areas, (aging process). It is 6.5 high from bottom to top of handle; x 5.5 wide one way, x 4.5 another. The nice thing about pewter is that it looks great in a variety of places, e.g., mantle, bookcase, kitchen. Did some on-line research, and Pilgrim pewter does not show up anywhere, thus, I do believe this is quite old, and the company that made it is no longer in business. You can use assorted pewter items on the table for Thanksgiving or X-mas with candles, dry flowers, candle rings; see pictures!
Antique Chinese pewter butter cooler. This is a very unique covered butter cooler or rice bowl, with a polished and carved jade or agate insert on the top. This covered bowl also has an interior bowl that is removeable and which has a hammered finish. The entire exterior of this bowl has numerous pictographs and touchplates with what appears to be chinese calligraphy. It also has an incised 'CHINA' mark. There are gargoyles/lions on each side. It has achieved a dark, grey patina, as compared to the hammered interior bowl, which is still quite bright on the underside. There are a few minor dings and scratches, but overall, this is a fantastic ecclectic piece of pewter to add to your pewter or oriental collection. Age est: turn of the century. It is 6.5 tall x 5.5 wide. brncs
Vintage KMD Royal Holland Pewter trophy porringer. Incised mark: Daalderop Royal Holland Pewter, KMD. It also has another mark in an oval which I cannot read. Nice soft grey patina on exterior. The inside also contains an incised mark which was likely put on later when this was given as a golf or tennis trophy. This mark says: Stoneycroft Hills Club First Flight Winner 1978. Never come across these porringers with the lids on them!
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